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  • Dior's educational beauty site
  • Dior's educational beauty site
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Dior's educational beauty site

Dior has launched an anti-ageing serum enriched with pharmaceutical wizardry, which it's selling with the promise of 'cellular synchronisation'. The beauty brand has launched a microsite to explain exactly how the product and its ingredients work. Genius? Or jargon?

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