Skincare Edit ~ L’Occitane Divine Immortelle

I’m excited to bring you this skincare edit (even though its a little later than I had wished), I’m sharing thoughts on some of the L’Occitane Immortelle Divine facial range. When it comes to this natural brand based in Provence, most people think of body products, but have you ever tried their skincare range before? I’ve dabbled in the past, but was lucky enough to try their new Divine range a few months ago, and have to say I was impressed with the efficacy. Read on to see what products I’ve been using and why I like the products.

The NEW L’Occitaine Immortelle ‘Divine’ range, has stepped up its content of ingredients, and in turn, efficacy of the range. I was kindly gifted some products for review a few months back, and due to going through a tough time, and it all having an effect on my skin, I found the range really helped to improve its look and feel.

Immortelle Divine Foaming Cleansing Cream

I don’t usually go for foaming cleansers, some out there have a tendency to strip the skin. This creamy formula contains Immortelle essential oil and Glycerin to nourish skin, plus it’s economical as you need very little. It cushions skin during use, leaving it clean, soft and hydrated. I tend to use as a morning cleanse or a second night cleanse, finding skin is comforted, vibrant and nourished.

Immortelle Divine Cream

This was a winner for me, yup..I’m all out of it now, but it really hydrated and softened my skin. it also helped to firm and ease the look of fine lines. Again containing Immortelle essential oil, this award winning cream has immortelle super extract which works as a natural alternative to Retinol. Working gently, it supports the skin’s architecture, boosts the production of collagen synthesis and provides firmer skin with continual use. It’s texture is certainly as its namesake suggests, and although it has a higher price tag, it’s worth it when skin needs a little help for the over 40 age range.

Immortelle Divine Youth Oil

I tend to use this oil as a treatment for gua sha massage, or at night. It’s packed with good skin food oils and as in the Divine cream, L’Occitane’s Immortelle super extract (natural retinol). I find this really feeds the skin and helps it renew its bounce and resilience. This 98% natural, non-greasy oil is just lush for anyone over 40!

 

Immortelle Divine Eye Cream

I’ve never been a massive fan of many an eye cream, but this one really seems to help with fine lines and tiredness. Again, I use at night, as I don’t like a heavy cream around my eyes in the day. It’s packed with goodies as the Immortelle products above, and I find it helpful when my eyes are showing tiredness, especially creepy skin and dark circles.

 

Immortelle Precious Overnight Mask

This was a recent addition to the line up for me, but I absolutely love it. It has a gorgeous gel-cream viscosity that my skin just drinks up. Its ingredient contents include Immortelle oil, HA, Glycerin, Vitamin E, Helichrysum oil and Jojoba esters, and after using at night my skin feels so supple, soft and firm. This is a beautiful night cream..well worth investing in, if you don’t want faff, but need results!

For more info, you can find some of these goodies form last year on my Instagram stories. I highly recommend if you’re over 40 and want results, the products from the Immortelle Divine range really are worth investing in. Even if you simply go for the award winning Day Cream and the Precious night mask. I noticed such an improvement in my skins texture, bounce and brightness when using this range. The ingredients, textures and efficacy go with their namesake…Divine!

Do let me know if you’ve tried, or are looking to try the new Immortelle products, and which ones you love!

 

 

Heidi x

 

*Products kindly gifted by L’Occitane UK for trial and promotion

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  1. 28th January 2021 / 9:54 pm

    I’ve just finished the overnight mask but would love to try all of the other products – I know my skin would look amazing! I adore this brand x

    Beautylymin

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