L’Occitane Immortelle Divine Cream fans are more or less the Directioners of beauty world.. the range has had industry accolade after accolade and it’s consistently re-bought which to my mind is more proof that something is working above and beyond that anything else. If you check the reader reviews on the L’Occitane site about anything to do with Immortelle or Divine, they are all glowing!
So, in September, L’Occitane are introducing the Lotion Divine (£38). It’s more than a soft water..thicker.. but thinner than the kind of lotions we’re used to in beauty world. I’m trying to come up with a like consistency and failing horribly. Maybe enough to say, don’t tip the bottle up and if you use it, go gently when you pour into your hand – more comes out than you think will so you end up having to put it all over your body, like I did!
The point of Lotion Divine? To help any other skin care you use work more effectively. I am truly such a sceptic when it comes to these claims, but I’ve tried this with some extremely effective skin care I’m using at the moment (I will blog that later) and it definitely does add to the experience, especially on a hydration level. The Lotion uses trace elements and minerals to activate skin renewal and should be used after cleansing but before serum or moisturiser. Much as I’m loathe to encourage even more additions to our skincare routines, there is definitely something in this… and I’ve added it to mine.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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