Fleur's CC Crème: Perfect Skin Solution

The founder of Fleur's (literal meaning is "Flowers") is a woman who enjoys painting. Brigitte Gédouin enjoys painting flowers and when she pursued a career in the cosmetics industry, she began to ponder their benefits therein.  In 1998, she brought those concepts to life in a laboratory.

Flash forward to the year 2015 and Fleur's has an impressive line of skin care products, which are 100% active ingredients of natural origin.  These components are extracted both from flowers (yellow cosmetics) and from plants (green cosmetics). 

Offered are the Following;
    Fleur's CC Crème: Perfect Skin Solution
  • Brightening Line
  • Cleansing Line
  • Elixirs
  • Exception Anti-Aging Line
  • Exfoliating Line
  • Firming and Contouring Line
  • Moisturizing Line
  • Purifying Line
  • Soothing Line
  • Suncare Line
  • Youthful Line

Received:

  • (1) Fleur's CC Crème: Perfect Skin Solution

As of last month (April) Fleur's introduced CC Crème to its growing line of skin care products.  This versatile cream not only blurs imperfections for a visibly even complexion, but also hydrates and protects the skin from free radicals and UV damage for lasting results on the skin’s health. It can be used alone or as a base for makeup and its color-correcting pigments adapt to light and medium skin tones. It has a creamy texture and delicate floral scent for pleasant application and comfortable all-day wear.

Fleur’s CC Crème Perfect Skin Solution SPF20 retails for $53.00 for a 50ml container and can be purchased in select spas and online at LeSpaUSA.


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