Brad Pitt finally has his own grooming brand

Brad Pitt is one of the most beautiful men in the world. Earlier this year we asked (theoretically speaking) if it was witchcraft, surgery or just good sex. Well, her flawless complexion, radiant glow, and tight, wrinkle-free skin doesn’t depend on hours spent sitting by the surgeon. Dr. Garth Fisher’s chair, but it’s really up to him that he has a damn good skin care regimen. “I just want to keep it simple, do you know what I mean?” Pitt said Rowing. “Having said that, now I’m really thorough. I was put back in shape by my dear friend make up artist – we started together 30 years ago – Jean Black. “

And to show that he is taking his skincare seriously, today the 58-year-old announced the arrival of Le Domaine, a gender-neutral skincare brand he has developed in collaboration with the Perrin family, the winemakers of Château Beaucastel that Pitt has also partnered with his Château Miraval Côtes de Provence Rose. Ironically, the scientifically backed label harnesses the power of grapes (the wine itself is packed with powerful antioxidants) to create products that will keep your skin in great condition and give you that Pittified glow.

Le Domaine, which took 15 years to realize, enlisted Pierre-Louis Teissedre, a specialist in wine and human health and professor of oenology at the University of Bordeau, to determine which of the 13 grape varieties the Perrin family grows on their estates in Provence had the most relevant antioxidant properties and would be suitable for use in products. Le Domain, therefore, is rich in GSM10, a proprietary molecule that combines the seeds of the Grenache grape with the seeds and skin of the Syrah and Mourvedre grapes. Together, these three ingredients have antioxidant properties and can aid in the aging process. Meanwhile, each product contains ProGr3, which is the other patented active ingredient of Le Domaine, derived from the resveratrol of the vine. This works to keep skin cells healthier and more combative for longer (read: you’ll look as young as Brad Pitt).

As it stands, Le Domaine includes a serum, a cream, a “fluid cream” and a cleansing emulsion, with prices starting at $ 80, with the most expensive coming in at $ 385. That said, each product has a charging counterpart, so costs can be kept (relatively) low, you should want to reduce the age like an Oscar winner.

Thanks in advance, Mr. Brad Pitt.

This story originally continued British GQ with the title “Finally, Brad Pitt has his own grooming brand.”