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L'Occitane Touts Brightening Dream Team

June 3, 2013

Immortelle SKUs feature SPF and plant stem cells too.


Face and hands are the first body parts to show signs of aging. For this reason, L'Occitane created two multi-tasking products to help diminish wrinkles, infuse skin with vitality and protect against future sun damage. Immortelle Brightening Shield and Brightening Hand Care will serve as a dream team, says the company.
 
Immortelle Brightening Hand Care SPF 20 ($30) is a triple-action formula that helps smooth hands, even out skin tone and protect against UV rays. Meanwhile, the Immortelle Brightening Shield SPF 40($58) is made of Immortelle essential oil and Daisy extract, L’Occitane’s Immortelle Brightening Shield offers triple action benefits to help minimize the appearance of wrinkles, unify the complexion and protect skin against the sun’s harmful ultra violet rays.
 
More info: usa.loccitane.com
 
 

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