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Chantecaille event going on now at Neiman Marcus Fort Worth

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Luxury beauty brand Chantecaille is offering beauty enthusiasts free refills of the brand’s luxurious Bio Lifting Serum. Now through Sunday May 4th, shoppers who purchase the serum or make a skincare purchase of $210 or more will receive the free refill at Neiman Marcus in Fort Worth. Chantecaille prides itself on protecting the environment, so it comes as no surprise the company looks to minimize waste by encouraging consumers to reuse their serum bottles.

The Bio Lifting Serum is designed to deliver premium anti-aging benefits. The product is composed of rare and patented active ingredients, including ultra-reparative raspberry stem cells, hexapeptides, and collagen-building plant extracts. The serum leaves skin firmer, brighter and thoroughly hydrated.

In addition to an extensive line of luxury skin care products, Chantecaille also offers a full range of color cosmetics and makeup brushes. In being true to the brand’s environmentally-conscious heritage, Chantecaille regularly features a limited-edition eye shadow palette in support of an environmental cause. Currently, the Save the Sharks palette is available at Neiman Marcus, with a percentage of proceeds benefiting the BLOOM Association, a non-profit organization that supports the preservation and protection of the Earth’s oceans.

Neiman Marcus Fort Worth is located at 2100 Green Oaks Road and is open Monday – Saturday 10 – 7 and Sunday 1 – 6. For additional information on the event, contact Chantecaille specialist Carmen Beyer at 817.738.3581, extension. 2012.



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