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Best of the Breast: This Magical Serum Lifts the Skin Over Your Bust
This skincare superstar makes sure you look young-even when you're naked.
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Your face can hide your real age, sure. But you'd want your neck and bust to lie just the same. Sisley does to the bust and décolleté what it has long been doing to the face—firms, smoothens, lightens, and tightens—with the Phytobuste + Décolleté Intensive Firming Bust Compound. This new formula takes care of the delicate skin of the breast, which needs as much protection and rejuvenation from sun exposure, menopause, pregnancy, poor posture, and the natural aging process, by combining toning and anti-aging ingredients that are tested and proven safe to use on the delicate breast and surrounding area.


Using oat seed extract, its “3D firming” active ingredient composed of a network of sugars, it is able to lift the skin and provide a toning effect right after application. To sculpt the breasts, it uses a long-term firming phyto-complex that is rich in gallic acid with plant extracts that help tone and improve elasticity. Vitamin E helps combat oxidation, while rye extracts improve skin’s resistance to gravity. It absorbs quickly and dries to a velvety smooth texture, so you can dress up right after application. Its fresh juniper scent smells light and fantastic, too.

 Rustan’s Makati, 813.3739

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