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Chantecaille Nano Gold Energizing Face Cream: Worth Its Weight in Gold

Chantecaille Nano Gold Energizing Face Cream

Forget liquid gold – in this weather you need gold cream. Chantecaille is the only thing that kept my skin from cracking during our week in Beaver, Colorado and a recent trip to NYC. I use it every night, but up in the mountains, 2–3 times a day. Next to SPF, it’s the most vital beauty product in dry, chilly temperatures. And believe me, the face cream may come with a serious price tag, but it offers serious results – even Chantecaille has specific guidelines for applying it! I like to warm it between my fingers beforehand. As soon as you put the balmy moisturizer on, your skin feels complete relief. The gold particles are nano-sized, making the cream glide on like silk. It’s heavy duty, yet not oily. What do you think of gold-infused beauty? Chantecaille Nano Gold cream at Barneys New Yorkicon for $420.

Chantecaille Nano Gold Energizing Face CreamSurvived a three-hour trek through the mountains!

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  1. I’ve purchased it but find both Sisley’s collagen cream or Cle de Peau Synactif to be far more effective. Sisley’s collagen cream with woodmallow is around $250 and Synactif is around $1,000. Either is a great choice. The nano gold in Chantecaille is ineffective.