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One Essential combats the toxins by reinvigorating the elimination process* in order to restore the skin's luminosity. A three-dimensional action:
DETOXIFIES: it continuously eliminates toxins* and frees the flow of energy at the heart of the skin.
REGENERATES and ENERGIZES: it optimizes the correct functioning of cells.
BOOSTS: it boosts by up to 4 times the effectiveness of ingredients* of your usual, subsequently applied skincare.
One Essential's fresh, air-whipped and slightly pinkish texture revives the complexion and instantly infuses it with radiance, without a pearlescent or tightening effect, nor a greasy feel.
*In vitro tests on ingredients.
Results after 7 days* Fresher skin: 87% Skin that breathes: 83% A more flawless complexion: 80% Purified skin: 67% After 1 month* Fresher skin: 90% Skin that breathes: 85% A more flawless complexion: 83% Purified skin: 81% *self-assessment test - 60 women
DETOXIFY YOUR SKIN
THE DIOR GARDEN'S HIBISCUS FROM BURKINA FASO
Dior Research carried out studies on this Hibiscus flower, revealing that its delicate chalice hides under its gown of petals an extraordinary power of detoxification. Hibiscus extract has been shown to stimulate the recycling process of toxins that have penetrated the cell's "lung"*. *In vitro tests conducted on ingredients
THE KORO GARDEN - BURKINA FASO
The Dior Garden, dedicated to the Red Hibiscus, is located in the heart of the Koro Ecological and Cultural Site, an area covering 20 hectares where 18% of Burkina Faso’s flora flourishes, representing nearly 190 plant species. This remarkable site was selected due to its distinctive geology and the richness of its soil. More than a hectare is entirely devoted to cultivating the “Hibiscus Sabdariffa”, or Red Hibiscus.