Thursday, October 13, 2016

L'occitane Christmas Collection Showcase @ Tank Stream Bar

Christmas is just around the corner... and with that thought, I just had GoT's "Winter is coming" ringing in my ear. Despite the fact that we'd be at melting point in Australia. I am still happy that I'll be able to take out all my summer clothing!!

Some of you may know that a long long time ago when I first came out of high school, I got a job at L'occitane for a short period of time, a brand that I could not even pronounce at the job interview. I just kept pausing and replacing "L'occitane" with "the brand". Within a couple of months I learned about L'occitane's beautiful products and grew to really love both the brand and products.

I was so thrilled to be able to attend L'occitane's launch and find myself surrounded by gorgeous products. It really took my back to the good old times, I remember working for L'occitane during the Christmas period and I certainly do remember their fabulous gift boxes!

To the right we have Invigorating Cedrat ($68) and to the left is Immortelle Precious Collection ($145)

Left is Nourishing Almond Collection ($98) and Comforting Shea Butter Collection ($68) to the right, both favourites of mine!

Now, the star of the launch, Arisenne, a new sensual and feminine fragrance dedicated to all women. We were able to smell the delightful scent at the venue. Top notes are Galbanum, Bergamot and Hawthorn. Heart notes are Rose of Grasse, Violet from Provence and Heliotrope. Base notes include Ambrette, Sandalwood, White Musk and Ambrox.

Let's not forget about the men, in the past couple of months I was able to convince both my father and grandfather to jump on board with skincare. If I were a man, I know I'd want my skin to look good, feel good and smell good! Every year L'occitane brings out some fabulous gift boxes for men!

Have you seen L'occitane's most luxurious serum? This is their Divine Harmony Serum which contains Immortelle essential oil and high concentration of Jania Rubens extract to help target skin texture, wrinkles and facial contours and volumes. Every time the pump is pressed, the texture fuses with immortelle, encapsulated in 5000 micro drops of oil that protect and isolate the active molecules. How's that for high tech and intricacy?  

YES! A L'occitane Advent Calendar!!!!! My photo of the advent calendar did not do justice, this photo is courtesy of L'occitane. Get excited guys. Retailing for $85 and will be available at L'occitane boutiques, David Jones or online. This advent calendar will no doubt fly out the door!

As always, leaving you guys with some yummy visual treats served at L'occitane's showcase.

*Lily not Louise attended this event as a guest of L'occitane.


  1. Another brilliant looking event! I had the L'Occitane vanilla scent at one point and loved it.

  2. I am SO keen to get that advent calendar, ag great way to try their products. I also have no idea how to pronounce their name so I better learn before I get it hehehe Jackie - Lipstick, Lattes & Louboutins

  3. I am such a sucker for the Christmas Holiday Sets and these ones look AMAZING! That Advent Calendar! What great value for money, I will definitely have to try and get my hands on one of them! Thanks for another fab blog post and sharing these fab finds :) x

  4. What a lovely event, Holiday sets are tempting and Advent Calendar is the winner, I will have a look at my local store.

  5. That was the only advent calendar I got last year, and it was awesome!

  6. Gosh Lily you're discovering so many delish products lately - thanks for showcasing all these! I have a soft spot for L'Occitane ever since I trialled the Divine Immortelle range for beautyheaven 4 years ago, STILL trying to rework the budget so I can get back into it all again xxx

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