The genderless skincare line is developed in partnership with the Perrin family, the vintners behind Pitt’s Miraval wine. It contains two patented ingredients: GSM10, which is derived from Grenache seeds, Syrah seeds and grape skins from the Perrins’ vineyards and is packed with anti-oxidants; and ProGR3, obtained from plant extracts, vine sarments, camomile and green tea, and boasts anti-ageing properties.
According to its makers, Le Domaine products are vegan and do not contain parabens, silicones, micro plastics, mineral and synthetic oils, animal or animal-origin ingredients, or sulfates. There is a sustainable focus too — most of its items come in refillable packaging of recyclable glass bottles and jars, and are capped with lids of oak wood upcycled from wine barrels.
There are currently three products available: The Serum (a facial serum promising hydrating and anti-ageing benefits), The Cream (a daily moisturiser) and The Cleansing Emulsion (a foaming facial cleanser), all presented in a chic white and orange box. Refills for The Serum and The Cream are also available. A fourth product, The Fluid Cream, will be offered from January 2023.
“The goal is to imitate the organic cycles of nature, its primeval beauty. There is no waste in nature. Anything left over or discarded becomes food for something else. This exemplary circular system is the inspiration for Le Domaine,” said Pitt.
Sara Yap is passionate about all things dining and jewellery, and is constantly seeking out exciting restaurants and glittering trinkets. When she’s not feasting in the name of work, chatting with talented chefs, or daydreaming about coloured diamonds, she’s probably binge-watching the latest Netflix series or indulging in her guilty pleasure — Hollywood celebrity gossip. Sara is a journalism graduate from Nanyang Technological University and her work has appeared in The Business Times Lifestyle and Prestige Singapore magazine.