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Diptyque Delves Into Skin Care

February 26, 2014

Debuts new natural facial collection.

Inspired by traditional cosmetic methods, Diptyque now applies its expertise in natural fragrances, waxes and raw material to skin care, developing the L’Art du Soin Facial Skincare Collection ($55-$72). 

The range, hitting stores in March 2014, consists of five skin care products centered around the Damask Rose, one of the noblest materials in perfumery and cosmetics, which is matched at whim with jasmine, white lily, clay, rice powder and pedals… or with essential floral wax, a natural wax with soft, protective properties.  
 
By adopting the “slow infusion process” as the cornerstone to its cosmetic methods, these treatments are imbued with the best that nature has to offer, restoring natural radiance to complexions, said the company.
 
 
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