L’Occitane’s best selling anti-ageing skincare range, Divine Immortelle, has been updated to make it even more nourishing with seven naturally derived active ingredients alongside Coriscan Immortelle plant extracts direct from the Island of Corsica where L’Occitane set up an organic cultivation program for Immortelle with local growers. The natural ingredients include; mash clover, coriscan myrtle, coriscan honey, bellis perennis, hyaluronic acid, evening primose oil and camelina oil.
The collection features; Divine Lotion (200mL RRP$60), Divine Extract (30mL RRP$120), Divine Creme (50mL RRP$145) and Divine Eyes (15mL RRP$90). The decadent skincare range is housed in luxurious yellow gold packaging that adds a spot of sunshine to your dressing table or bathroom as designed by Olivier Baussan, founder of L’Occitane.
Divine Lotion is a new addition to the range and is a rich softening lotion very similar to a serum base which helps to maintain the skin’s balance and accelerate cellular renewal. The skin soaks up the lovely serum quickly and easily, the perfect base under the Divine Creme.
Divine Extract is a serum with a gel-cream type texture that contains a high concentration of active ingredients that says it helps improve firmness and boosts the effectiveness of the Divine Creme.
The award winning Divine Creme is a rich but light weight cream that leaves the skin looking plump, hydrated, soft and dewy as it soaked in quickly. I particularly loved the lightweight consistency paired with the Lotion underneath.
Divine Eyes is a fresh silky gel-cream specially formulated for the eye area that says it helps smooths, firms and brightens the eye area.
The scent is so refreshingly lovely and not overpowering as it bursts with the smell of natural herbs and botanics, zipping you away to Island of Corsica.
Available now at your nearest L’Occitane store or online at loccitane.com.au.
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