Sisley Phyto-Cernes Eclat

Sisley Phyto-Cernes Eclat
Sisley Phyto-Cernes Eclat

Sisley is a French and family brand. It was in 1976 that Hubert d’Ornano created the Sisley brand , which he developed with his wife Isabelle, then with his children. This family story is dedicated to technological progress, through high-end cosmetics, made from the best of plants and essential oils. Thanks to phyto-cosmetology, the Ornano couple imagined iconic products such as the legendary “Sisleÿa”, or the Ecological Emulsion, Super Sun Cream or even emblematic fragrances “Eau de Campagne, Eau du Soir, Soir d ‘East”. Today, Sisley presents “Phyto-Cernes Eclat”.

All the benefits of Sisley science at the service of Phyto-Cernes Eclat

Phyto-Cernes Éclat is a tinted concealer treatment. It instantly masks dark circles as well as shadow areas. It also reduces puffiness and signs of fatigue thanks to extracts of red vine, arnica and ginkgo biloba. Finally, it visually smooths fine lines and wrinkles while embellishing the eye area. Its metal massage tip provides a cold decongestant effect and its specific brush allows a simply tailor-made application. Day after day, it helps to significantly reduce the volume of bags. Its melting formula, which also contains caffeine, soy, horsetail, carrot, and natural glycerin, provides easy application and ensures a natural finish for a long hold.

Sisley Phyto-Cernes Eclat, advice for use

To get the best from your concealer, it is recommended to apply the metallic tip by light pressure on the contour of your eye to ensure a cold decongestant effect. Then apply “Phyto-Cernes Eclat” using the brush or by tapping with your fingertips, always from the inner corner to the outer corner of the eye. Your concealer can also be used as a corrector. Regularly clean the brush with soap and water. Simply allow to air dry.

Sisley “Phyto-Cernes Eclat” is a tinted concealer treatment. It fills pockets, imperfections as well as shadow areas. Its unique melting formula is a real treatment.

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