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Dior Dreamskin Perfect Skin Cushion

Seven years in the making, but well worth the wait, Dior Dreamskin Perfect Skin Cushion has arrived.

Although contour queens are taking over the internet with their bewitching makeup tricks, we don’t all have the time (or patience) to apply a full face of makeup every day. And while the summer is (hanging on in) here, a face full of foundation on the tropical heat tube is less than ideal. Enter Dior’s latest skincare product, Dreamskin Perfect Skin Cushion.

Building on independent research that found almost half of British women are forgoing foundation in their cosmetic routine. Using biometric ingredients (bear with us, we’ll explain shortly) the brand’s new skin care product does all sorts of clever things to mimic the natural pigment of your face

Edouard Mauvais-Jarvis, Scientific Director, Parfums Christian Dior, explains: “The biometric ingredients fuse with the skin’s natural colour and change the physical appearance of the skin by changing its interaction with light. As a result of its application, the skin’s complexion appears to be cleared of it colour imperfections and redness while staying natural and fresh.”

So next-gen, it’s protected by two patents, meaning you won’t find the same results anywhere else. Active ingredients Longoza and Opilia are cultivated by Dior in their very own gardens in Madagascar and Burkina Faso respectively. Extract of Opilia leaves targets markers behind the chromatic balance of your skin, whereas Longoza’s reddish fruit is used to boost the all-important regeneration of skin cells.

As you’d expect, Dreamskin Perfect Skin Cushion is lightweight, long-lasting and includes SPF 50, so there’s no more need for sticky sun cream. With three shades available to adapt to all skin tones, the product blends instantly (no more foundation lines!!!).

Capture Totale Dreamskin Cushion, RRP £62.00. Available now at www.dior.com

Dior Dreamskin Perfect Skin Cushion

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