Yep! That’s right if you’re not lucky enough to be Duchess Kate or her sister Pippa Middleton or Harry Potter movie star Emma Watson you’ll just have to join the thousands of other women all desperately queing to get their hands on what is being described as the next best alternative to cosmetic surgery in Lancome’s new miracle serum Visionnaire.
Kate and her sister Pippa Middleton have become the first lucky Brits to be sent a complimentary bottle of Lancome’s Visionnaire serum alongside their fellow Brit Emma Watson, 21, who is also the company’s ambassador for the skincare product.
The new cream contains LR2412, a unique multi-tasking beauty molecule which claims to be so effective in correcting skin imperfections that it wipes out the need for Botox.
Further tried and tested research into the beauty skin care produvct boasts that after using Visionnaire one in two women will postpone any plans they had to undergo cosmetic surgical procedures after using it.
The new serum doesn’t cost a fortune either at Â£57 for a 30ml bottle which is all adding to frenzied women all desperate to add the cream to their list of essential daily facial beauty regimes.
The French skincare serum’s module LR2412 was tested by an independent dermatology specialists in the UK who had no idea that it had anything to do with Lancome or Visionnaire and described it as being as effective as the skin correcting ingredient Retinoic Acid only without any of the known side-effects which makes it safe to sell over the counter.
Overall findings of Lancome’s Visionnaire from the experts were ‘Clinically Convincing’.
The ‘miracle’ cream is set for wider release in the UK today and French company Lancome is bracing for big business trying to meet customer demands as thousands of women head for the high streets to get their hands on its latest product.