Every oenophile knows that a sparkling white wine isn’t considered champagne unless it’s made in the Champagne region of France. So if the kind of grape used in the enjoyable and effective Elaÿs Moisture Protection Facial Creme was from anywhere else, it would be considered chardonnay extract. However, because this cream comes from Champagne-Ardenne, it’s technically champagne extract.
As glamorous as that sounds, champagne grapes arent’t used in this product just for their implied luxury. Their skin features anti-aging flavonoids that, along with the antioxidant power of grapeseed oil and grape leaf extract, has an impressive protective and regenerative impact.
Wholly hydrating thanks to hyaluronic acid and glycerin, this daily moisturizer also includes beech, luffa fruit, antimicrobial radish root, and vitamin E, all contributing to the line-softening effects of the formula.
Like so many of the most sought-after champagnes, Elaÿs Moisture Protection Facial Creme isn’t widely available. But we learned of a little Amelia Island boutique that specializes in French imports that you can contact to purchase it.
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