Shiseido Ultimune to win Marie Claire’s ‘Prix d’Excellence’
This is the 10th time, Shiseido won this award.
One of the last creations of the Japanese luxury cosmetic brand Shiseido (named Shiseido Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate) has won the best cosmetics award ‘Prix d’Excellence’ in 2014, sponsored by the prestigious fashion and beauty magazine Marie Claire. This award is known as the most important among a number of cosmetics awards around the world. This is the 10th time, Shiseido won this award.
“Shiseido Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate” is the “flagship” of the Japanese company right now. This fragrance is sold by Shiseido in 89 countries and regions worldwide. This is one item in two sizes: the first one with a capacity of 30 ml and a price of JPY 8,640 (USD 72) taxes included and the second one with a capacity of 50 ml and a price (taxes included) of JPY 12,960 (USD 108).
According to Shiseido sources, “Shiseido Ultimune” is a step forward in the innovation process of its products after many years of dermatologic research. Its sale is under a new concept of “boosting your underlying beauty” by applying it every day in the morning and at night. Doing it, our skin will be protected against damaging external factors or dryness.