It seems like every celebrity in Hollywood these days has their very own skincare brand that they are releasing to the public, from Scarlett Johansson’s The Outset to Jennifer Lopez’s JLo Beauty. Include Brad Pitt on the list as a further celebrity addition. According to Vogue U.K., Pitt, who is famous for his rough look, has just embarked on a new venture in the form of a genderless skincare brand. The actor freely stated that he had not been interested in skincare for a significant portion of his life. However, he asserts that he has grown more regular with his regimen as a result of his makeup artist.
Pitt told Vogue U.K., “My upbringing instilled in me a country mindset, which consisted of doing things like taking a shower once a day and moving on with life. And I believe that we are now coming to the realization that if we love ourselves a little bit more, there are advantages that will endure for a very long time. Therefore, you should just mature healthily and in a healthy way.” He is of the opinion that more guys will develop an interest in having skincare routines if they see other men promoting skincare products that are appealing to people of both sexes.
However, Pitt said to Harper’s Bazaar that in his eyes, this is not just another celebrity skincare brand and that he views it instead as “an anti-aging cosmetics collection for any man and woman.”
Wine will be blended into the skincare products that are sold at Brad Pitt’s Le Domaine.
The rejuvenating effects of Brad Pitt’s new skincare line, Le Domaine, have been compared to the sensation of drinking a glass of wine after a long day. The Serum (at $385), The Cream (at $320), The Fluid Cream (at $310), and The Cleansing Emulsion (at $80) are all included in the introduction of Le Domaine. According to the website of the firm, the products include two proprietary antioxidants known as GSM10 and ProGR3, which are derived from grape seeds and vines. According to Harper’s Bazaar, the products promise to restore firmness and brightness to the skin while also making the surface of the skin more smooth. Even the container lids are designed to look like the corks that are on top of wine bottles.
For example, Pitt told Harper’s Bazaar, “I really appreciate the texture since it’s creamy, hydrates rapidly, and makes my skin much more comfortable under the California heat.” The Cream was one of the products that Pitt particularly suggested to the publication. Because of his experience in the winemaking industry, he came up with the concept of a skincare line that included wine. In 2012, Brad Pitt and his now ex-wife Angelina Jolie purchased a property in France known as Chateau Miraval. They want to use the vineyard, which is situated in the Southern region of France, for family holidays (per People). According to Harper’s Bazaar, Pitt’s involvement with the Perrin family led to the restoration of Chateau Miraval, after which he became a co-founder of Le Domaine. In addition to this, they sought the advice of Dr. Pierre-Louis Teissedre, a specialist in the field of the effects that antioxidants obtained from the wine have on the body of a human being.
The concept of sustainability lies at the heart of the skincare range. After the production of wine in the vineyard, any unused byproducts are collected for recycling and utilized in the production of Le Domaine’s skincare products.
On Twitter, people had mixed feelings about the high-end skincare brand.
The introduction of Le Domaine was not without its share of debate. A lot of people on Twitter have opinions on the premium skincare brand that was just released. Megan Collins said in a tweet, “I couldn’t put off reading this really unsettling article about Brad Pitt’s new skincare brand any longer and picked it up from British Vogue. Did anyone in the media try to teach him anything? He gives off such an awkward vibe whenever he brings about his skincare routine, which leads one to wonder if he would make a good spokesperson for a skincare brand.” During his interview with Vogue U.K., Brad Pitt said that he did not like getting facials done and that he was unaware of what a gua sha was. Pitt also declined to explain how to apply his own products.
Another Twitter user pointed out that “all skincare is genderless” and thought that the launch served as a distraction from the details that emerged regarding his alleged “harassment” of his ex-wife Angelina Jolie and his children. This person thought that the launch served as a distraction from the details that emerged regarding his “harassment” of Angelina Jolie and his children. Pitt and Jolie are engaged in an ongoing legal struggle involving the property located at Chateau Miraval at the present time (per Wine Spectator). According to Harper’s Bazaar, the exes had formed their own wine business named Miraval, and in 2013, Wine Spectator ranked the rosé produced by the firm as the finest in the world. According to Wine Spectator, Jolie had decided that she no longer wanted to be part of the commercial endeavor and had sold her stake of the company to a Russian businessman called Yuri Shefler. She subsequently found herself the target of a lawsuit. Jolie has only lately responded to Pitt’s lawsuit by filing her own, seeking $250 million in damages.