Sisley Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream Launch @ Chiswick at The Gallery
It was an such an honour to receive an invite to Sisley's Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream recently. Unfortunately due the start of my new job I was unable to physically attend, so I sent someone I love and trust to take footage of the event and feed all the information back for the blog on my behalf!
If you are not familiar with Sisley, it's a luxurious brand from France launched in 1976 and distributed to all 5 continents (over 90 countries).
In 2011, Sisley launched their Black Rose Cream Mask (photo below) which quickly became a cult product in record time (no. 1 in France's "Masks" category with 1 million units sold worldwide in the past year).
In 2014, Sisley added a gorgeous Black Rose Precious Facial Oil (Photographed above) to the range, and in 2017 the sensory journey continues with an amazing Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream (Photographed below).
Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream is a rich yet light weight cream thanks to it's "Water Drop" texture, it contains a water-in-oil emulsion that transforms upon application, changing into micro-water droplets that infuses the skin and carries powerful ingredients deeper into the epidermis.
Here are the key features you need to know:
Alkekengi Calyx extract plumps the epidermis and dermis. Padina pavonica extract reinforces the hydric layer of the dermis to restore the skin's volume.
The Aqueous extract of the black rose helps instantly smooth the skin's texture. Hibiscus flower extract tones and gently exfoliates the skin. Alpine Rose extract, rich in powerful antioxidants helps the complexion to glow.
Oily extract of Black Rose, May Rose floral water and oils of Shea and Camellia provide the skin with softness and instant freshness.
Available from 23 July 2017 online or from selected David Jones stores nationally
Price: $230 for 50ml
My mum, aka Lily not Louise's rep for this event, tested the product at the time of the event and told me that the product felt light weight as claimed and absorbs very quickly. The floral scent was not pungent but rather soothing and pleasant. Mum had such a blast at her very first event and was well looked after thanks to Fiona, Sisley and Tasha from Teacupofmakeup.
After looking at the photos, reading through the media release and hearing what mum had to say about her experience, Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream has officially found a place in my daily routine and I cannot wait to let you guys know how I go!
I thought mum did a pretty good job taking all these event photos! Now signing off with a food photo :)