One of the most valuable sources for skin regeneration comes from nature.
It is the DNA of the sturgeon, a product treated in a new and sustainable way by one of the most famous beauty production houses in the world.
Its name is Valmont and it is the Swiss maison that has been dealing with luxury beauty since 2001 thanks to one of the most prestigious brands for skin care: Elixir des Glaciers.
20 years of luxury beauty
To celebrate the success of the brand dedicated to skincare, Valmont has launched, for the twentieth birthday of the brand, La Quintessence des Glaciers.
It is a real concentrate of luxury, nature and science.
The research of the Swiss luxury beauty brand has created an even more exclusive line of products.
La Quintessence des Glaciers brings together the precious characteristics and the most important ingredients of the three most iconic collections of Valmont: Precious, Majestic and Marvelous.
Nature and respect for Cicardian rhythms are the main ingredients for this trio of products that not only take care of, but even sublimate the skin.
The creator and creative mind is Sophie Vann Guillon, CEO of Valmont and soul of the group’s top-quality cosmetics (as well as fragrances).
The Quintessence des Glaciers
The founder of the maison was the creator of this trio of excellent products and she had the idea of obtaining the beauty elixir from sturgeon.
Sophie Vann Guillon has worked for years in the caviar industry and has discovered that the secret of long life lies in the DNA of the sturgeon, considered one of the oldest fish breeds in the world.
Specifically, the laboratories of the luxury beauty maison have extracted the male gametes of a molecule.
The radiance of the skin guaranteed by these exclusive products therefore derives from precious mineral salts but also from an aquatic and sustainable breeding of sturgeons.
The sturgeon diet consists only of natural and organic ingredients, thus creating a virtuous circle of sustainability, luxury and beauty.
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