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lanc11001 Lancome

Lancome Tonique Douceur - 400ml

by Lancome
£38.46£39.15

£2.81 credit back reward with this item.

38.46
  • This alcohol-free lotion enriched with soothing plant extracts is the perfect finishing touch to makeup removal for dehydrated skin
  • LAancome Cleansers Tonique Douceur
  • It gently tones and refines the skin, removing any remaining impurities, without depleting its natural oils
Quantity:
  • Expected Despatch By 12/12/2016
  • Please note, this product can only be delivered to: UK mainland Only
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Description

Product Description

    • Whether you prefer to use a water-activated cleanser or a tissue-off cleanser to remove your makeup, TONIQUE DOUCEUR is the perfect finishing touch.

      This alcohol-free, freshener gently tones and refines to brighten the complexion, while leaving it perfectly clean, soft and supple..

      To enhance its toning action, the Lancôme Laboratories have formulated TONIQUE DOUCEUR with highly effective, natural active ingredients to help exfoliate the skin, while preserving its youthful radiance: Papaya, known for its hydrating properties, helps to moisturize and soften the skin, while Pineapple, know for its anti-inflammatory and healing properties, helps to calm and soothe
    • Leaves skin feeling clean, soft and refreshed and ready for your daily treatments

Directions

  • Use TONIQUE DOUCEUR morning and/or evening, as part of your daily skincare routine.

    Apply with a cotton round after cleansing your skin with your favourite Lancôme cleanser to help remove any remaining makeup or impurities and to leave skin feeling soft, fresh and supple.

Review

  • Armand Petitjean, perfumer and cosmetician, devoted his life to his dream of giving women the most beautiful things possible.

    For them, he created Lancôme.
    For them, he selected the rose.
    For them, he surrounded himself with the best researchers.
    For them, he began an exemplary adventure in the realm of passion.

    LANCÔME FRAGRANCES: THE BEGINNING OF A BEAUTIFUL STORY
    His passion for fragrances inspired Armand Petitjean to take a spectacular step: in 1935, he launched Lancôme with five great fragrances. Audacious? Yes, but Armand Petitjean was a product of the school of François Coty, the "father of luxury perfumes."
    "Tropiques", "Tendres Nuits", "Kypre", and "Bocages", perfumes that would be followed by so many others. Nearly all the bottles were created by the great artist Georges Delhomme. These are now collectors' items.

    LANCÔME SKINCARE: AN IMMEDIATE SUCCESS
    The guarantee of eternal beauty. Lancôme fulfils this dream of all women by focusing on scientific research. As of 1936, the brand made a name for itself with NUTRIX, which has the same nourishing and regenerating formula today.

    Later, in 1955, Lancôme launched the Océane line, which contained ultra-pure enriched with algae seaweed and trace elements. The success of these innovations owes much to the "techniciennes", the women who graduated from the Lancôme school and carried the brand's message all over the world.

    LANCÔME MAKEUP
    Lancôme has a sensual love for women. For them, Lancôme created the most delicious of lipsticks, Rose de France - a pink lipstick, the first pink-red lipstick scented with natural Bulgarian rose.

    The powders are scented with "Seduction" and their colours contain an infinity of nuances with a palette of 18 shades. The makeup "objects" are little works of art: refined powder boxes, ornate finely-gilt cases, real jewel cases for the lipsticks.

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  • Lancôme
  • HCODE

    lanc11001

  • MPN

    0154500

  • MANUFACTURER

    Lancome

  • EAN CODE

    3147758030235

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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