He added that while the idea of anti-aging is “ridiculous” and “a fairy tale”, “the real thing is treating your skin in a healthy way.”
Cream and serum from Le Domaine. attributed to him: Le Domain skincare
The site adds that the products, which range from $80 to $385, contain two exclusive, patented active ingredients GSM10 and ProGR3.
GSM10 is formulated with a blend of grenache seed, navel seed and pods that are beneficial to the skin’s microbiome, according to Beauty Line. Le Domaine adds that it has antioxidant properties, works against collagen destruction, and can help balance the skin.
ProGR3 is made from a blend of natural molecules found in plant extracts, grape seedlings, chamomile, and green tea, the site says, adding that it targets the visible signs of skin aging.
Pete added, “I mean, I’m the kind of person who would change hotel rooms if I could smell the cologne for the last person who stayed there. It’s so strong. It’s so strong. Keep it discreet.” “Let people come to you. Don’t force it on others. That’s how I feel.”
The non-sexual skincare range focuses on ‘green beauty’. attributed to him: Le Domain skincare
According to the website, the skincare line, which focuses on “green beauty,” features refillable products, recycled packaging materials, and formulas ranging from 96% to 99% of natural origin. The site adds that it’s vegan-friendly and excludes ingredients that are “subject to environmental controversy.”
“Landing here – at Château Miraval – brought up a lot of ideas that I wouldn’t normally think of. And a big part of it is sustainability, and the idea of no waste is really important to this area and important to me,” Pete told Vogue.
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