L’Occitane en Provence is to me a brand synonymous with luxury. Not only are their products extremely decadent they are also effective and I have yet to try a product of theirs that hasn’t bowled me over whether it was a perfume, shampoo, shower gel or hand cream.
Therefore it is little wonder that so many other fans all have their firm favourite, thanks to the local L’Occitane site we can now see exactly which products are their bestsellers and read the reviews below. To see the favourites click here.
L’Occitane offered me the chance to pick out one of their bestsellers for review and instantly my mind was torn between,undoubtedly the best hand cream out there L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream and my beloved Jasmin Bergamote EDT . Both of which I have used for many years now however I decided to put it to a vote and sent a tweet out asking which product would you like to see a review of and Immortelle Divine Cream it was.
The Immortelle range is designed to fight all the signs of aging and is known as the ultimate youth skincare. The Immortelle Divine cream has a refreshing slightly herbaceous zesty scent to it. I also like that the texture while deeply nourishing is not too rich for my combination skin.
After just days of using it my skin already appeared more radiant and my skin tone looks more balanced. I love that this cream contains no shimmers or other gimmicks which often replicate natural radiance, all that glowing is au natural thanks to the formula which acts at the heart of the skin’s cells. Also the slight discoloration and a few dark spots which have been bothering me have already lightened adding to the overall radiance and even tone of my skin.
This certainly is one powerful cream and I love that it has the ability to help redefine and restructure the oval structure of the face considerably. It is basically a facelift in a jar.
L’Occitane Immortelle Divine Cream is available at L’Occitane stores as well as online. It retails for R1390 for 50ml