Lancôme Introduces Rénergie Éclat Multi-Lift‏

Lancôme is thrilled to introduce Rénergie Éclat Multi-Lift, its first tinted treatment to simultaneously lift and illuminate the complexion. A new generation of multi-function skincare, Rénergie Éclat fuses the best of Rénergie anti-aging formulas with color-balancing pigments to immediately bestow skin with a younger-looking appearance.

Soft, velvety and ultra-light to the touch, Rénergie Éclat is available in four color-correcting shades that immediately even the skin tone and improve skin radiance. Upon application, Rénergie Éclat reduces signs of tiredness and brightens dull areas, resulting in skin that looks revitalized. Rénergie Éclat comes in four color-balancing shades to wake up all skin tones, from fair to deep, and help reveal a more youthful skin color. And, over time, skin appears firmer and more elastic.

“Rénergie Éclat blends into the skin seamlessly,” says celebrity makeup artist Sandy Linter, Lancôme’s Beauty at Every Age Expert. “It’s especially wonderful for women who don’t enjoy using foundation. Their skin will have a polished glow, which does not feel like makeup to the wearer but helps the skin look finished. It also wears very well for such a lightweight product.”

I like to try these types of products for a good couple weeks before I review them, so I can give an honest review, one that I’ve actually seen (or not seen) results from.

I’m in LOVE with this product. It changes the whole appearance of my skin! It evens out my skin tone – so my face appears (bear with me here) almost flawless. I am not a huge foundation person, so this works really well for me. My skin looks great – like it would with foundation, but without the heaviness. My skin feels soft and amazing, all day long! Make Her Up highly recommends this amazing product!


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