L'Occitane en Provence is an international retailer of body, face, fragrances and home products based in Manosque, France. The company was founded in 1976 by Olivier Baussan, who wanted to create a personal care company that preserved the traditions of Provence. Headquarted in Paris, the company has shops in over 90 countries worldwide

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557 products

7,846 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent L'Occitane Reviews

Lotions/ Creams -L'Occitane -20% Shea Butter Hand Cream

on 6/25/2018 2:22:00 AM


I love how moisturizing this is, really did wonders on my cuticles, but could not stand the strong baby powder scent. Would not repurchase due to the headache inducing scent.

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Gels/Soaps -L'Occitane -Milk bar soap

on 6/20/2018 12:37:00 PM


Huge bar - will last you months even with daily usage
Pleasant, inoffensive fragrance
Eco-friendly packaging

Extremely drying

This gave me incredibly flaky, dry, itchy skin all over my body. I now use this occasionally - like if I've been out camping all weekend and need a good scrub down/have built up enough oil on my skin to protect against this soap, or am doing an oil massage prior to showering. For a normal quick shower, however, this doesn't work for me - no amount of lotion applied afterward can counter its effects.

Lotions/ Creams -L'Occitane -Almond - AMANDE Concentre De Lait Milk Concentrate Body Cream - Almond Line


have been looking for a really great moisturizer forever! I've tried literally dozens of lotions, creams, serums, treatments, medicated gels...from expensive to cheap all came recommended by various people, even my dermatologist.

Nothing, absolutely nothing ever worked as good as this Milk Concentrate on my body. The cream is so light and fluffy, it feels amazing going on and absorbs right before your eyes. I'm left with smooth, soft, ultra hydrated skin that lasts DAYS.

Yes, the price is high but it's so worth it. Not only do I find that each application lasts so long I really only need a small amount to adequately hydrate my entire body.

You can even apply extra on problem areas, I had the dreaded kp on my arms. It's a synch to treat, I just apply the Milk Concentrate, work on other parts of my body and come back to reapply. The result?

No more kp!!! Seriously, in a week it was just gone after applying the cream at night and morning. My arms are the only place that needed serious hydration, every part of my body is so soft and touchable with applying the cream only *once* every three days.

This stuff is amazing, I was blown away by it when I was lucky enough to get a small sample with a Sephora order. The smell is nice and light, I really love it! It reminds me of sweet milk, the scent is quite subtle and is never over powering no matter how much you put on.

My only complaint? It really doesn't work well on my face, it's somehow too heavy.

Gels/Soaps -L'Occitane -Verbena extra gentle soap

Excellent! Simply lovely. Very gentle and hydrating. The scent is gorgeous. I love this soap.

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Moisturizers -L'Occitane -Crème Harmonie Divine - Immortelle à jania rubens de Corse

Such an absolutely beautiful and effective creme. It is super hydrating, yet non clogging, but rather nourishing and light feeling... very comfortable. Radiance is improved instantly. My skin appeared more rosey and glowing... healthier looking. My sensitive and easily breakout prone skin really loved this creme, even in spring/summer weather and high humidity (lightly applied). I used this over my typical Darphin face oil and it was a perfect combination. The natural scent is so lovely and not at al overwhelming. If it were not so pricey, I would certainly purchase it and include it in my daily routine, however, I find the price really quite too high. It does include such lovely ingredients (Corsican sea algae and immortelle flower, oil, etc), so I understand the price premium. I highly recommend for someone without price constraints. Super lovely and effective.

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