Note to Self.
Self, you do not need more skincare.
Reply to Self.
Self, L’occitane Divine Skincare might mean you need more skincare.
Hard to resist.
Around May or June I proceeded to revamp my skincare regime, AGAIN, and add the Philosophy Miracle Worker Collection to my stash. I was bound and possibly determined to stick it out with a good anti-aging regime.
Philosophy Miracle Worker Concentrate, Philosophy Miracle Worker Retinoid Pads, and Philosophy Miracle Worker Moisturizer began its work on my face. Within a few works, even though I was determined, Miracle Worker Moisturizer ended up being pushed aside, damn this shiz is way too rich even as a night cream I was a greasy mess. The concentrate serum followed soon after……Needless to say the pads are still being tested out and it’s looking good so far but not sure I’ll re-buy them, we’ll see!
Seems it’s that time again for a switch up and the line that caught my eye this time is the new L’occitane Divine Skincare which I probably don’t need but lem none the less.
The formula contains organic immortelle essential oil formulated with a micro-capsule delivery system to stimulate microcirculation, collagen synthesis and protects against free radicals, organic myrtle essential oil formulated with a micro-capsule delivery system to stimulate the action of the longevity protein, Buckwheat wax for anti-puffiness, Ash tree extract for anti-dark circles, and Rose floral water for soothing the skin
- Smoothes lines and firms the fragile eye area.
- Visibly reduces the appearance of dark circles and puffiness.
- Diminishes signs of fatigue and enhances radiance.
- Smoothes wrinkles, has a visible firming effect.
- Plumps up the skin, visibly improves its texture and appearance.
- The complexion looks fresh, radiant and luminous again.
L’Occitane Divine Cream $95
- Immortelle essential oils stimulates the production of collagens and improves skin microcirculation, and also helps to reduce damage caused by time and restore substance and vitality.
- Myrtle essential oils stimulates the action of the longevity protein – to help increase cellular vitality and preserve the skin’s appearance.
L’Occitane Ultimate Divine Skincare Collection $270
- Divine Eyes
- Divine Extract
- Divine Cream
- I Am Divine Collectors’ Box
As you can see it’s alot to drop on skincare however I’m not a stranger to dishing out the cash for good product that will help my skin look its very best however I’ve never been partial to L’Occitane Skincare so I’m unsure how I am feeling about dropping near $100 per product.
I will say however that I did try a sample of both the extract and eye cream that were included in the L’Occitane catalog and I’m kinda loving the texture of this stuff and how dewy my skin was after use.
Is it worth it?
I’m leaning towards purchasing the collector’s box.
Remind me again why I should be good?
What do you think of the new Divine Skincare Collection?
Available from usa.loccitane.com