Beauty-obsessed Instagrammers are going wild for L’Occitane’s Immortelle Reset Serum, with one Aussie woman even calling it ‘a miracle cream’ if you’ve been wearing masks and breaking out during the coronavirus.
While it doesn’t come cheap, at $95 for 30ml, fans of the French brand have been raving online about not just the serum but the matching $89 Immortelle Reset Eye Serum, which includes a dose of caffeine, to help reduce the look of dark circles and puffiness.
In fact, the serum is so popular, that according to L’Occitane, they sell one Immortelle Reset Serum every minute worldwide.
“I've been loving the L'Occitane Immortelle Reset Serum and eye serum, an extra dose of caffeine helping me look like I've actually had a full nights sleep,” Instagrammer Hayley said.
The Immortelle Reset Serum contains a heap of active ingredients such as marjoram extract which helps to prevent wrinkles and improve dull complexion and acmella oleacera to relax muscle tension and helps to smooth the appearance of fine lines and expressions lines.
One ex flight attendant online raved about the serum, with her followers agreeing, calling it ‘the best’.
Many others couldn’t look past the eye serum, with one person writing: “It’s super lightweight and fragrance free , meaning my eyes don’t feel irritated at all, and leaves a really nice glow. Overall, would definitely recommend this product as I feel like it’s definitely helped to de-puff and awaken my under eye area, and I mean just look at that beautiful bottle?!”
Another person agreed, saying: “No more dark circles and bags underneath my eyes and my skin is feeling more refreshed”.
The L’Occitane serum isn’t the only one people are obsessing over at the moment, as last week, Zoë Foster Blake’s Go-To Face Hero face oil took out the top spot in the 2020 MECCA Beauty Election awards.
It’s packed full of essential ingredients and includes a whopping 10 plant and nut oils, which have been lauded for minimising the appearance of fine lines and dark spots and helping to soothe dryness and inflammation.