Chanel’s two latest products, L’Essence Fondamentale and L’Essence Lumiere, use plants identified by its “open-sky laboratory” in the south of France as useful in the fight against ageing.

From France to China, how plants are changing the face of anti-ageing skincare

  • Chanel’s two latest products use flowers native to the southern French Alps in attempts to boost the skin from beneath the surface
  • The company already sources silver needles from China and has an “open-sky lab” set up in the country to research more plants
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Chanel’s two latest products, L’Essence Fondamentale and L’Essence Lumiere, use plants identified by its “open-sky laboratory” in the south of France as useful in the fight against ageing.
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Divia Harilela

Divia Harilela

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Divia Harilela has worked in lifestyle and fashion media for more than 12 years. Her work has been published in magazines such Vogue China, Departures, Elite Traveler and Surface Asia. Founder of luxury and fashion website The D’Vine, she also blogs for websites including Business of Fashion and Howtospendit.com.