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Formule Intensive Day Lift adding Plus formulas for day and night with alpha and beta hydroxy acids and "pre-vitamin" A in April. Formule Intensive Day Lift Plus also includes a sunscreen and has an SPF 8. The daytime product, available as a lotion, oil-free lotion and cream, is said to "diminish the appearance of aging dark spots," "improve and refine skin texture," and "reveal younger-looking skin." Creme Parfaite Night Lift Plus is designed to "address the appearance of lines and wrinkles, loss of firmness and lack of moisture," Chanel says. The Day Lift Plus product is $48.50 for 1 oz., and the nighttime treatment is $68.50 for 1.7 oz. Bowing in May are Douceur Lactee Total Cleansing Milk and Savon Extreme Purete Oil Relief Purifying Bar and Gentle Purifying Bar. The 6.8 oz. Cleansing Milk is $32.50, and the Purifying Bars are $22.50 each

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