He added that, while the idea of anti-aging is “ridiculous” and “story,” “the real thing is that your skin is being treated in a healthy way.”
Cream and Serum from Le Domaine. Credit: Le Domaine Skincare
The website states that the products, which range from $80 to $385, contain two special, patented active ingredients GSM10 and ProGR3.
According to the beauty line, GSM10 is made from a combination of Grenache Seeds, Syrah Seeds, and Mark from Skin Beneficial for the Skin Microbiome. It has antioxidant properties, works against the destruction of collagen, and can help balance the skin, Le Domaine says.
The website says that ProGR3 is made from a combination of natural molecules found in plant extracts, vine cuttings, chamomile and green tea, adding that it targets visible signs of skin aging.
“I mean, I’m the kind of person who would change hotel rooms if I could smell the cologne of the last person to be there. It’s too much. It’s too strong. Keep it subtle,” Pitt said. “Let people come to you. Don’t impose it on others. That’s my feeling.”
The genderless skincare range focuses on “green beauty”. Credit: Le Domaine Skincare
According to the website, the skincare line, which focuses on “green beauty,” includes refillable products, upcycled packaging materials, and formulas of between 96% and 99% of natural origin. It is vegetarian-friendly and does not contain “environmentally controversial” ingredients, the website says.
“Landing here – at Chateau Miraval – opened up a lot of ideas that I normally wouldn’t have considered. And a big part of that is sustainability, this idea of zero waste is something that’s really important to the sector And that’s important to me,” Pitt told Vogue.
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