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Inspired by French herbal medicine, the new SUBLIMAGE concentrate contains an extract of Solidago, a medicinal plant with exceptional revitalising properties. This exclusive active ingredient has the power to reactivate skin's cellular dynamic: a fundamental action to tighten and consolidate the canvas of skin. Skin is firmer, toned and radiant with redefined contours.
SUBLIMAGE L’Essence Fondamentale delivers complete action on skin’s density (+30%*) and microrelief. Firmer (+32%*), contours are visibly redefined. Smoother (+23%*), as if lifted, skin appears more toned.
* Clinical evaluation after 4 weeks of use, on 31 women.
Solidago extract, from the Latin for “I consolidate,” is an exclusive active ingredient derived from a wild plant harvested by CHANEL Research in an open-sky laboratory in the southern French Alps.
Intense Vanilla Planifolia water, extracted from the “green diamond” of SUBLIMAGE, enriches the formula with its protective and antioxidant benefits.
Use SUBLIMAGE L’Essence Fondamentale like a serum, morning and/or evening, before SUBLIMAGE La Crème or SUBLIMAGE L’Extrait de Crème.
To restore harmony to the face and fortify skin, CHANEL developed a unique application technique for SUBLIMAGE L’Essence Fondamentale that stimulates all the anchor points: those of the face but also those of the scalp.
1. Before application: place the fingers at the hairline and press upwards to the top of the head (x4).
Then repeat on the sides of the head, starting from the back of the temples toward the top of the head. Finally, repeat this movement from the back of the ears to the back of the head.
2. The application: apply SUBLIMAGE L’Essence Fondamentale to cheeks, forehead and neck. With two hands, smooth over the face, from the center outwards.
3. After application: with fingers together, apply gradual pressure for a few seconds on the five points indicated: on the top of the forehead and at temples toward the top of the head, in front and behind the ears toward the back of the head.