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Beauty skin care: Take a little bit of France home with you

07 September 2017

France and Vietnam have shared close ties for nearly four centuries. The symbol of refined art-de-vivre, France and the French art of living are subjects of fascination around the world, and notably in Vietnam.

Like women throughout South-East Asia, Vietnamese women appreciate France for its glamour. They are fascinated by French elegance and chic. And they love that je ne sais quoi by which you can recognize Frenchwomen immediately: it’s a blend of aesthetics and an offhand attitude. In Vietnam, France is also considered a country that holds the arts in high regard, from cinema, music and art to literature and photography. It’s also the birthplace of fashion, and where fashion finds its fullest expression thanks to its designers and its many heritage fashion and beauty houses, among them Dior, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Guerlain.

The City of Light, Paris is a capital with a resolutely romantic spirit. Everyone knows the Eiffel Tower, the bateaux-mouche riverboats that glide along the Seine and the Champs-Elysées with its myriad stores. Gastronomy is another highlight, thanks to specialties that are renowned all over the world, not to mention star chefs and pastry chefs (Pierre Hermé, Pierre Gagnaire, Alain Ducasse) who have been very savvy in bringing their take on French cuisine to far horizons.

When it comes to beauty, nothing can beat French glamour.

French makers of perfume, makeup and cosmetics master the ancestral art of know-how and have developed technologies that allow researchers to explore the best of science.

For those researchers and experts, there is nothing secret or mysterious about creating beautiful skin.

Cornaline™ skin care

embodies French glamour and elegance to perfection. Its technological know-how is distinctive thanks to high-performance active ingredients derived from French research and development.

Presented in elegant tubes/packaging, this skin care collection is like having a little bit of France at home, right in your own bathroom.

See the collection