Introducing Guerlain Météorites Oxygen Care – Moisturizer & Radiance Booster

 

Recently, Guerlain has launched their first ever skincare product, Météorites Oxygen Care – Moisturizer & Radiance Booster, under their bestselling Météorites range.

Météorites Oxygen Care key ingredient O2 Light helps encourage the skin’s natural light receptors to illuminate from within and complexion becomes radiant. Also enriched with hydrating ingredients and silica microspheres, Météorites Oxygen Care instantly refreshes the skin and infuses it with moisture.

Météorites Oxygen Care also contains a light-reflecting polymer which blurs surface imperfections such as fine lines and pores. With skin smooth and plumped, it reflects light better.

Packaged in a frosted glass bottle, this lightweight fluid cream is white with a pearlescent pink sheen.  As with all Guerlain Météorites products, this fluid cream also has the Météorites distinctive light powdery violent fragrance. Smells so good!

When I tried it on the back of my hand, it is instantly absorbed by my skin, leaving leaves a hint of pale pink glow. When I applied it on my face, the fluid cream is just as easily absorbed onto my skin, and the light pink sheen makes my face looking all healthy and glowy. Totally love it!

If you were to ask me, I would recommend this to those with oily/combination skin as it is very light and does not leave the skin feeling sticky in our hot and humid weather. However, for those with relatively dry/dehydrated skin, this might not suffice as a moisturizer but you may apply it over your usual moisturizer as a primer before your make up.  It helps to “illuminate” your overall make up and you can enhance the glow by brushing Guerlain Météorites Pearls or Météorites Pearls lightly after your make up. If you are already a Guerlain Météorites fan, this is a must-have product to add to your Météorites collection.

Guerlain Météorites Oxygen Care – Moisturizer & Radiance Booster retails at $96 and is available at all Guerlain counters and in Sephora.

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