What if you could erase the emo­tional scars on your face? Li Ying Lim delves into the science be­hind a new skin­care dis­cov­ery.

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So what are the signs of age­ing that cause our faces to look harsher and sad­der over time? “Ver­ti­cal grooves around the cor­ners of the nose and mouth play a strong part,” re­veals Mau­vaisJarvis. “Sag­ging skin gives cheeks a hol­lowed out look, and shad­ows ap­pear on the sur­face. When the com­plex­ion also loses its glow, the face looks tired and pes­simistic.”

The re­search also reached a re­sound­ing per­cep­tion of what makes a com­plex­ion young and beau­ti­ful – plumped, vi­va­cious skin, and high, full cheek­bones. “To help re­store and pre­serve this nat­u­ral plump­ness day af­ter day, we are in­tro­duc­ing Cap­ture To­tale Le Sérum to re­bal­ance the fa­cial vol­umes rather than lift the skin,” he says. For­get lift­ing and firm­ing – the fu­ture is in the field of neu­ro­sciences and stem cells. Dior’s con­sis­tent re­search ef­forts led to a dis­cov­ery of ways to bot­tle up the “filler ef­fect” in a rev­o­lu­tion­ary serum.

Dior Cap­ture To­tale Le Sérum, RM620 (50ml)

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