La Prairie has re-imagined the White Caviar Pearl Infusion serum formulation with new illuminating ingredients.

La Prairie scientists have been pursuing the special light that hits Switzerland to create the brand’s skincare lines. In their quest to find skin luminosity, they revisited the house’s signature Science of Light, the foundation of the well-known White Caviar Collection.

Their latest launch is the revamped White Caviar Pearl Infusion, newly powered with encapsulated Lumidose, La Prairie’s proprietary illuminating molecule, and enriched with Swiss Golden Caviar ingredients. The serum addresses the skin’s ability to reflect light and improve firmness.

According to the brand, skin luminosity depends on the amount and quality of light radiating from the skin, which is determined by these three dimensions: pigments, texture and skin density. White Caviar Pearl Infusion focuses on reducing the appearance of the four significant pigmentation disturbances – brown spots, redness, sallowness and greyness – and increasing the density of collagen fibres in the dermis.

Emerging from 15 years of research, Lumidose is a potent inhibitor of human tyrosinase – the enzyme responsible for the formation of the brown pigment melanin. For the first time, La Prairie has incorporated Lumidose in a double encapsulation technology for deeper skin penetration. This technology allows delivery of Lumidose where it is most needed, in the bottommost layer of the epidermis where melanin formation occurs. As a result, the appearance of dark spots is reduced.

Extracted from caviar fragments, Swiss Golden Caviar contains minerals that activate antioxidant enzymes in the skin. These enzymes help fight oxidative stress, a key driver of yellow, red and brown pigment development.

When pumped out, the signature caviar beads melt and transform into a lightweight gel that glides flawlessly onto the skin. The texture is light-infused with an elegant pearlescence.


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