We tried Brad Pitt’s skincare line, Le Domaine: Our honest review

At this level, it’s getting powerful to call a star who hasn’t launched their very own skincare line; nonetheless, most have been shocked when Brad Pitt introduced that he too was stepping into the sweetness enterprise.

While the 58-year-old “Fight Club” actor has one of the crucial well-known faces on the earth, he’s by no means voiced an curiosity in cosmetics.

In reality, within the British Vogue story heralding the launch of Le Domaine, Pitt’s new wine-inspired skincare vary, the Oscar winner admitted that ex Gwyneth Paltrow was the one who “obtained [him] to even wash [his] face twice a day … perhaps.”

Paltrow’s personal Goop model, which sells skincare merchandise (amongst many different issues), partly motivated Pitt to supply a magnificence line of his personal. As did his stake in Château Miraval, the vineyard he bought a decade in the past with one in all his different exes, Angelina Jolie; the pair are at the moment embroiled in a bitter authorized battle over the property.

We have been interested by Brad Pitt’s dear new skincare line, so we tried it out for every week.Page Six Style; Le Domaine

Pitt developed the genderless Le Domaine model in partnership with the Perrin household, the identical vintners behind his Château Miraval wines, and the merchandise are all based mostly on the antioxidant energy of grapes.

Inside every bottle, you’ll discover GSM10, a patent-pending mix of a number of grape varieties — purportedly ones with the “most potent antioxidant results” — created by oenology professor Pierre-Louis Teissedre. A second unique compound, known as ProGR3, consists of grapevine-derived resveratrol and claims to fight seen indicators of growing older; it was developed by Dr. Nicholas Lévy, a number one scientist within the uncommon genetic dysfunction progeria (which causes untimely growing older).

Brad Pitt poses with Le Domaine co-founder Marc Perrin. Le Domaine

The merchandise’ wood caps come from recycled wine casks. Le Domaine

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But all that science goes to price you. Le Domaine at the moment gives three merchandise: The Cleansing Emulsion ($80), The Serum ($385) and The Cream ($320), all housed in refillable bottles topped with wood caps recycled from outdated wine casks.

To discover out whether or not Pitt’s trio of merchandise are value their excessive costs, we obtained our palms on the road and examined them out over the course of every week. Check out the video above for our honest review of the expertise, and browse on to study extra about (and store) the merchandise we tried.

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Elana Fishman, Editor, Page Six Style: “Eighty {dollars} for a cleanser is completely bonkers. That mentioned, it didn’t dry out my face — and I’ve very dry pores and skin, particularly when the climate’s chilly. As a delicate cleanser, it did its job, and I felt very fancy utilizing it.”

Brian Faas, Writer/Host, Page Six: “I needed to lookup what ‘cleaning emulsion’ meant. It’s … cleaning soap?”

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BF: “For that worth, I believe Brad Pitt ought to come to your home and apply it to your face.”

EF: “Either that, or we have to begin Benjamin Buttoning the second we put it on.”

BF: “It feels actually good on the face, although; it doesn’t sting, it doesn’t odor, it’s not too sticky. I may see different guys liking it, too. If you’re solely going to splurge on one in all these merchandise, I’d go along with the serum.”

EF: “I might agree; it appears to be the hero product right here. The texture is very nice, it feels luxurious happening, and I felt like my pores and skin was glowing after I used it. Overall, it’s a superbly serviceable serum … I simply can’t get previous the worth.”

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EF: “The packaging actually is gorgeous. But the face cream refills price $270, which suggests you’re paying $50 only for the cap. That’s some very dear wooden!”

BF: “Spending some huge cash on [skincare] is like shopping for a lottery ticket; you’re shopping for the fantasy. But each time I used it, I thought of Brad Pitt, which isn’t a foul strategy to begin the day!”

EF: “This isn’t the richest face cream I’ve tried, however it’s good — hydrating, not too heavy, didn’t break me out.”

BF: “I positively felt dewy after utilizing it.”


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