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Brad Pitt’s skin care line uses grapes from the vineyards of Chateau Miraval – Hollywood Life


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Brad Pitt has just added skincare aficionado to his already impressive resume as he’s just launched the Le Domaine skincare line. The skin care line is gender neutral and one of its proprietary ingredients is grapes grown in Chateau Miravala vineyard in France that he and his ex-wife Angelina Joliebought together in 2008.

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Brad Beat just launched a skin care line, Le Domaine, made with grapes grown at Chateau Miraval, a vineyard in France that he and ex-wife Angelina Jolie bought together in 2008. (Le Domaine Skincare/MEGA)

The 58-year-old has created an anti-aging skin care line for both men and women, which currently includes three products – a serum, a cream and a cleansing emulsion. Prices range from $80 for an emulsion to $385 for a serum. Brad revealed that he was heavily influenced by his ex-girlfriend, Gwyneth PaltrowGoop to create this skin care line.

Brad Pitt
The genderless skincare line includes three products — a serum, cream and cleansing emulsion — ranging in price from $80 to $385. (Le Domaine Skin Care/MEGA)

Brad said British Vogue, “I love what Gwyneth has done with Goop. She is still a very dear friend and she built this empire. It’s always been in her as a curator, and it’s been a great creative outlet for her. In fact, come to think of it, she was probably the first person to make me even wash my face twice a day…maybe.”

The products formula includes GSM10 which is a “proprietary molecule” created from vineyard grapes that use a combination of grape skins and seeds. The brand said it “wants to help slow the aging process and give everyone, regardless of skin type, the opportunity to age well.”

Brad worked closely together with the Perrin family, which owns Château Beucastel, the vineyard he worked with on his Château Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé. Le Domaine Skincare will be officially launched in October in premium retail stores in France, the UK, the US, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and the Benelux countries, as well as online at le-domaine.com.

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