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Dior Hydra Life Pro-Youth Sorbet Creme is a hydrating cream designed to restore plumpness to aging skin and provide a fresh, clean sensation for 24 hours after application.
At $60 for a single, 1.7 oz jar, this crème is definitely at the luxury end of the beauty product spectrum . However, the brand that produces the product has been an industry leader for years, and complimentary trial sizes of the crème are available upon request.
The House of Dior was founded in 1946 by Christian Dior, a French fashion designer whose name has become inseparable from haute couture. A year later, the fashion house launched its first perfume line, and by 1955, they had begun rolling out luxury cosmetics and skincare products, as well as high end perfumes, jewelry, and garments.
The Dior Skincare branch is supported by a dedicated team of scientists and gardeners, who research innovations in skincare and provide traceable, natural products for all Dior products.
Dior Science has been established for 40 years. It includes 3 research centers in France, China and Japan, with 260 researchers specializing in molecular biology, dermatology, chemistry, genomics and ethnobotany.They work closely with universities like Stanford University, the University of Bradford, the University of Modena, and the Institut Pierre et Marie Curie in France. Dior Science has a portfolio of over 300 patents.
Inspired by Christian Dior’s passion for flowers, Dior Gardens are, today, scattered across the globe. All gardens are raised organically, and the ingredients harvested from these gardens to be used in Dior products are traceable and all natural.
The crème is designed to stimulate three levels of aquaporins, a system of hydration channels in the skin which were first described by Dior Science. The ingredients are designed to promote the absorption of water into the skin tissue and cells and to strengthen the skin’s protective barrier, which prevents the loss of water from the skin.
Dior lists three active ingredients in their Hydra Life Pro-Youth Sorbet Crème. All are flower extracts sourced from the organic Dior gardens.
Centella is a flower extract that strengthens skin’s barrier to prevent loss of water.
Anjou Mallow is a flower extract which revitalizes cells to improve complexion.
Sanguisorba is a flower extract that transports water from the skin’s surface deep into the skin’s cells.
- Complimentary trial sizes available
- Trusted manufacturer
- Natural, traceable ingredients
- Lightweight cream with a fresh sensation that lasts all day
- Comparatively high price
- Active ingredients are not widely accepted in skincare industry