Valentine's Day Skincare Sets

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Fusion is a French skincare brand and as you know, the French are all about love!


February is all about the ones we love

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means it is the time to indulge your special someone with a gift or shower yourself with love and something special on the day!


Show some love - beautiful skin starts with #myfusion

We have created two unisex gift sets that are a perfect present for yourself or your loved one. In fact who wouldn't want their own myfusion box? If you know someone that just needs a pick me up right now, why not show some love this February and give them the gift of beautiful skin.

Integral Lift Set: £121.00

Save 15% off the normal retail price.

This ultimate face lifting, wrinkle reducing and skin nourishing set with SPF protection is specifically aimed at anyone showing signed of ageing. It contains our best lifting and firming cream with a cross-linked hyaluronic acid serum, that is applied underneath the cream to visibly reduce the depth of wrinkles.



Multi-Zone Wrinkle Reduction Set: £102.00

Save 15% off the normal retail price.

Keep those wrinkles at bay with our super hydrating and volumising cream, and our much loved cross-linked hyaluronic acid serum, that is applied underneath the cream to visibly reduce the depth of wrinkles. This set also includes our unique Eye Sorbet serum for an all round anti-ageing effect.


More information can be found on both sets by visiting our product page here.

Fusion is a French skincare brand and as you know, the French are all about love!

Could Valentine's Day have been invented in France?


Valentine’s Day in France is known as la fête de Saint-Valentin or just la Saint-Valentin. Many people link Valentine's Day with France for a couple of reasons. One is that it was commonly known, in both England and France, that birds and other animals paired off and mated 'in the middle of February'. Coincidence? Most likely not, since February 14 is exactly the middle of February. It is thought that people began celebrating this as the special day for lovers because of this association with 'love' in nature.


In addition, a Frenchman, the Duke of Orléans, is thought to have written the first love letters that later became Valentine's Day cards. The Duke of Orléans, Charles, was captured in 1415 and taken as a prisoner to London; while imprisoned in the Tower, he is thought to have written love letters to his wife back in France. These are thought to be what became cartes d'amitiés, now known as French Valentine's Day cards.


There is a village called St-Valentin in France. Although nobody really knows anymore who St. Valentine was historically, there's no doubt that the village of St-Valentin has made good use of its name and marketed itself as le village des amoureux! Each year in the Village of St-Valentin, there's a celebration on the weekend closest to Valentine's Day. Not only do the locals grasp the chance to celebrate the patron saint of their city, but travelers arrive from all over France for a romantic weekend or even to renew their wedding vows in what they deem to be an appropriate location.


So enjoy La Saint-Valentin and all the romance that comes with the day!

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