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Brad Pitt releases new genderless skincare line ‘Le Domaine’ inspired by wine, grapesOUS News

Brad Pitt launches Le Domaine, an all-gender natural skincare company. The news was announced in a press release on Thursday and the famous American actor revealed the details in an interview with Vogue.

The company is a joint venture between the Pitt and Perrin families, who are organic wine producers in the southern Rhne valley in southern France. Le Domaine was inspired by the family’s vineyard, Provence. Pitt said he was inspired by the natural beauty of the vineyard.

The company offers two unique antioxidant compounds that have been patented as the most potent types available from grapes. According to the company’s website, the core of the product is “the potent combination of the exclusive active ingredients GSM10 and ProGR3.”

The two patented compounds were researched for 10 years by Professor Pierre-Louis Tescedre of the University of Bordeaux.

GSM10 is made from a combination of Grenache seeds as well as Syrah seeds and is said to be able to work on skin balance.

According to the website, ProGR3 acts on “progerin toxicity” and is made from molecules found in plant extracts, vine cuttings, chamomile and green tea.

Pitt told in an interview with Vogue on Wednesday that the company doesn’t want to discourage aging, but instead wants to take a healthy approach to it.

“I don’t want to run away from aging. It’s a concept we can’t escape, and I want to see our culture embrace it a little more,” Pitt said.

The company says that it has accomplished this with its research by offering a new type of natural skincare.

The prices of the products range from $80-385.

The website states, “The goal is to emulate nature’s biological cycles, its pristine beauty. There is no waste in nature. Whatever is left over or discarded becomes food for something else. This The exemplary circular system is the inspiration for Le Domaine.”

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