The house has invested years in researching – and even growing – different flowers to find the ones that are best suited for the needs of its consumers. It carefully treats and harvests the flowers to obtain the extracts in its optimal form, which are then teamed with next-level technologies to form advanced formulations that aim to repair, regenerate and nourish complexions. Here, we venture into the brand’s gardens and get a closer look at how the cultivated blooms shape some of the brand’s most iconic collections.
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