When the mere thought of your favorite beauty product being discontinued brings on an anxiety attack, it’s time to look at new can’t-live-without favorites like the French beauty pharmacy favorite, Collosol Eau De Lait.
Invented in Paris by a pharmacist in the 1950’s, Collosol Eau De Lait was long kept a French beauty secret handed down from mother to daughter in the 1950’s, and from French pharmacies to French dressing room. Collosol is known today among fashion celebrities and actresses in search of an effective makeup remover to use after their performances at the Champs-Elysees Theater. Gentle on skin, Collosol is a half-milk, half-water formula with a subtle fragrance inspired by ancient beauty rituals, perfect for your face or bath to restore skin clarity, splendor and softness.
Collosol is bottled in an authentic, distinctive square bottle with rounded edges and a white column capped in pink – the perfect accessory for any dressing table.
To use, simply dispense onto a cotton pad or ball to gently clean and remove makeup and reveal refreshed, velvety smooth skin that is delicately perfumed. When poured into your bath water, the milky whiteness of Collosol provides a moment of peace and relaxation amid a steamy fragrance.
Head designer and creative director of the fashion houses of Chanel and Fendi
“Do you still start your day with a bath? My bathtub is very big, so I use a full bottle of Collosol every day. The maids pour it in the crystal bottle, so I don’t have the plastic out. But for one bath, it is one full bottle. I have good skin, but you have to work to keep it. You have to stay tight.” Elle.com, March 2014
Price: $18-$38 / 13.5 oz, 3.4 oz , 8.5 oz
Why You’ll Love It
This ‘Why You’ll Love It’ is about getting right to the point…Love! Love! Love! Collosol Eau De Lait is all sorts of luxurious, and my skin responds so well to it. If I had more bottles of this stuff, I’d do what Karl Lagerfeld did, and bathe in it.
Photo Credit: Helene Ravlich
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