Sisley has a new addition to its Black Rose range. Sisley Black Rose Beautifying Emulsion is launched based on the very essence of the Black Rose, as the rest of the products in this range. The precious properties of Black Rose are extracted by combining the aqueous and oily extracts at its heart. Black Rose is grown in the South of France and is picked when they first bloom. That is to preserve its full power. I hope to go there and see them in person one day. Coming back to the newest launch.
The key ingredients and features include:
- Oily Black Rose Extract – It has softening and emollient properties. It infuses deep down into the skin to nourish it.
- Aqueous Black Rose Extract – It is high in tannin content that tightens the skin.
- Camelina Oil – It is very rich in essential fatty acids. It maintains the skin's lipid while nourishing, soothing, and softening.
- Padina pavonica extract – It is a plumping ingredient. It intensely hydrates the skin to restore its elasticity, softness, and more importantly comfort.
- White Ginger Extract – It helps restore skin suppleness and improves the overall quality of the dermis.
My Thoughts on Black Rose Beautifying Emulsion
The texture of the Black Rose Beautifying Emulsion is so silky and lightweight. It applies smoothly as an oil or a balm. The emulsion glides and melts into the skin. Being lightweight, it is intensely moisturizing, even for my dry skin. Despite having oily ingredients, it does not feels heavy and there is no residue on the skin. It absorbs into the skin easily. My skin feels comfortable, radiant, and supple.
In addition, the emulsion has the signature delicate floral scent of the black rose collection. It truly engulfs the surroundings with a sense of well-being. In conclusion, it is essential for my everyday relaxation and comfort.
From the Sisley Black Rose range, I am currently obsessed with Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid. It is so lightweight and refreshing. The cool tip applicator is my go-to every day to help with puffy eyes.
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