Nutrition Business Journal

LOccitane en Provence Goes Organic with New Skincare Line

The French natural personal care products company L’Occitane en Provence is planning to launch its first line of organic facial skincare products in April, according to a January 5 story in Women’s Wear Daily. 



Sold under the brand Organic Olive Oil Cream Based Care, the Ecocert-certified collection will include a cleansing foam, masque, moisturizer and toning mist. Prices for the line have yet to be set. L’Occitane’s products contain a wide range of herbal ingredients, including lavender, jasmine and cherry blossom.

Nutrition Business Journal subscribers interested in reading more of our coverage of the natural & organic personal care (N&OPC) market, should see:

Mychelle Shines: Skincare Firm Looks to a Bright Future
Direct Channels Clean Up with N&OPC Sales
Europe Says “Oui” to Natural Personal Care

NBJ’s 2009 N&OPC issue, which will publish in February, will highlight our 2008 sales estimates for the U.S. natural & organic personal care and household product market. It will also include stories about the next wave of green cleaning products and “beauty from within” nutritional drinks and foods, as well as profiles of Pangea Organics, Yes to Carrots and NuSkin’s new ageLOC line.

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