L'Occitane Divine Collection

L'Occitane Divine Collection

posted on: 10.03.2013

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The L'Occitane Divine Collection is exactly what the name implies: divine. Famed skincare line L'Occitane recently released their Immortelle Divine Collection, which includes the Divine Lotion, Divine Extract, Divine Cream and Divine Eyes. They were gracious enough to send me their Divine Lotion ($54 for 200 mL) and Divine Eyes ($76 for 15 mL). These products have anti-aging benefits, which, even though I'm only twenty one, is something I want to be proactive with to prevent my skin from showing signs of aging in the future.

The Divine Lotion is described as a "rich softening lotion with an enveloping freshness" that is meant to "maintain skin's balance and help accelerate exfoliation". Think of the Divine Lotion as a toner. It is thin in consistency, and leaves skin feeling firm. They recommend using this both night and day, before applying your moisturizer (they recommend using it before using their Divine Cream). Be aware: if you are sensitive to fragrances, this is probably not the product for you. The fragrance from this product is pretty strong, so I just want you all to be aware of that. Other than that, the product itself works very well.

The Divine Eyes is described as "a fresh, silky gel cream, specially formulated for the fragile eye area," and is meant to smooth and help firm and brighten the appearance of the eye area. I have been looking for an eye cream for awhile, and I am totally in love with this cream. You only really need about half a pump of the cream for both eyes- one pump is way too much. It has an almost cooling sensation, and firms the skin in the eye area. L'Occitane also recommends using this night and day.

If you're looking for a new, innovative anti-aging skincare product, you may want to check out the Divine Collection from L'Occitane. The price is pretty steep, but worth it if you're serious about getting anti-aging benefits from your skincare. If you head into one of their boutiques by October 10, you can get a free 7-day trial of the new Divine Cream. Have you ever tried anything from L'Occitane?
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Disclosure: Products provided by L'Occitane's PR. This does not influence my review of the products at all.

1 comments:

  1. L'Occitane products are pricey but I've had very good luck with them x

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