The power of a serum, the richness of an oil and the freshness of a lotion.
Guerlain is innovating once again with this unprecedented formula. A non-greasy oil-in-water for instantly plump and radiant skin.
Abeille Royale Youth Watery Oil’s texture is a real formulation paradox, in line with today’s women who are looking for the richness of an oil but without any greasiness, and the lightness of a refreshing water but without any stickiness. Formulated using unique and exclusive bee ingredients and Myrrh oil, an oil used in traditional Indian medicine, it represents the first age-defying serum. A technological feat for a universal rejuvenating step.
This extraordinary formula was born of a blend of exceptional raw ingredients. Abeille Royale honey produced by the black bee, a rare endemic species, is harvested on the Island of Ouessant, off the coast of Brittany, a unique natural ecosystem whose biodiversity has been preserved due to the lack of pollution. As a result, this honey has a balanced wealth of amino acids and trace elements, which play a major role in cell regeneration and whose effects have been scientifically proven. This unique honey is combined with exclusive royal jelly, which contains a rare concentration of carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins. These scientifically proven benefits are supplemented by Myrrh oil, which has been known for 3,000 years in traditional Indian medicine for its repairing properties.
Skin-brain connections are the new scientific territory that has inspired and enriched ‘Blackbee Repair’ technology. In 2016, Guerlain brought together researchers from around the world on this exciting scientific adventure. The presentation of their work confirmed the pertinence of Guerlain Research’s ‘Blackbee Repair’ technology. ‘Blackbee Repair’ technology targets both skin cells and, for the first time, key nerve cells in the skin’s regeneration process and its collagen level. Self-repair is boosted, more comprehensive and intense. This skincare product successfully targets damage to the skin’s nervous system linked to photo exposure and external aggressors. This is the concept known as ‘neuro-inflammaging’.
Photographer: Jean Picon