Sunday, 9 October 2016

Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis Skincare Range

When it comes to skincare, Roger & Gallet is not a brand I would think of I have to admit, I put them within the French Fragrance department and soaps that I am more familiar with. A few weeks ago I was treated to an event which taught me the history of the brand which is Roger & Gallet and it was simply fascinating. Now as they launch their new skincare range – Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis, I would urge you to find it and try it because it is tout simplement magnifique.
Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis Skincare Range
Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis Skincare Range
Aura Mirabilis is at heart of this new skincare collection and it stems from the great adventure of Roger & Gallet which started back in 1695. Jean-Paul Feminis, who came from Italy and settled in Cologne, claimed to have been given the secret of a unique formula for water with amazing healing properties known as Aqua Mirabilis. In 1806, Jean-Marie Farina, the heir to the formula for Eau de Cologne, opened a perfumery business in rue Saint-Honore, Paris. He supplied the great courts of Europe. Napoleon was a wholehearted user and had a boot flask specially made for him to carry in his boot. It was then in 1862 that the heirs to Maison Farina, Armand Roger and Charles Gallet, formed a partnership which sealed the company's future and the brand Roger & Gallet.



Fast forward to 2016 and the inspiration behind this new skincare collection takes its inspiration from that history and using the original formula have used 18 distilled officinal plants to create this new range.


The four part Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis skincare which are designed to be used in conjuection with one another and as a four step process includes:

Extra Fine Cleansing Mask £15
This is step one and it is inspired by oil-based formulas that are known for working wonders on the skin. It concentrates all the natural powers of 18 officinal plants combined with the extra fine Helianthus flower oil (Sunflower).  This mask can be used in two ways - firstly to remove your makeup. Once on the skin the mask turns from a gel into a fine oil when massaged in and you simply can apply to dry skin or mix with water.  Its second use is that of a detoxifying mask.

Beauty Vinegar £15
Step two and one of the products I was most fascinated by, purely for the world Vinegar. This product is inspired by the vinegar based formulas that are known for their refreshing and purifying properties. Delicately scented, it can be used to remove makeup residue, smooth your skin or eliminate dead cells. It helps to refine the skins texture, tighten your pores, clarifies and refresh your complexion.

Then the two that I was kindly given from the collection which are:

Double Extract £40
Step three and again this unique treatment concentrates the 18 officinal plants and distilled plants in a unique fluid formula.  It penetrates the skin quickly and works to restore the skin’s barrier, corrects irregularities in your skin while adding radiance. It also offers a protective barrier against dirt and grime referred to as external aggressors and leaves your skin feeling hydrated and revived.
Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis Skincare Range
Legendary Cream £32
The final step in the skincare process is with the Legendary Cream.  Again, the creamy formula uses the natural powers of the 18 officinal plants combined with an extract of white lily, which is said to have been particularly effective at tackling redness and irritation.  This cream melts instantly on application and offers the freshness of a gel in that it is cooling to the skin but the comfort of a cream, which I find really refreshing.  The cream is designed to re-hydrate your skin while boosting your skin’s radiance and texture.  Again,  it also offers a protective barrier against external aggressors.
Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis Skincare Range
Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis Skincare Range

This collection of skincare is designed to help your skin look the best it can and I love that it is centered around its own history in an attempt to do just that.

The new Roger & Gallet Le Soin Aura Mirabilis is available to order online here.

*this post contains PR samples unless indicated otherwise

14 comments:

  1. You always feature brands that I've not heard of before, this has been added to the list of ones to try as I definitely need to improve my skin care regime x

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  2. I'd never heard of this brand before but it definitely sounds like something I'd try!

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  3. I love the sound of the extra fine cleansing mask! :)

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  4. I bet these products are absolutely divine to use. I fancy treating myself on the weight loss I've achieved so I think I'll hint at hubby to be purchasing me a 'well done' present!

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  5. I loved the sound of all these products. So intrigued by the Beauty vinegar. Definitely will be checking out the range.

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  6. Beauty vinegar definitely sounds intriguing, the cleansing mask sounds great for the price as well x

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  7. It looks intertesting, a little on the pricey side for me though

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  8. I love the history and the story behind this brand and the products sound so rich and nourishing.

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  9. i heard about the brand just last week and fell in love with the cleansing mask! I am a sucker for good masks and this looks perfect.

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  10. Fab products. I like the sound of the cleansing mask.

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  11. i am with you. I always thought Roger & Gallet were mainly soap and perfumes. Good to know they have other products too.R

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  12. This is a new brand to me, but I'm particularly liking the sound of the Legendary Cream.

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  13. I love the sound of this brand, it sounds like luxurious skin care at it's best

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  14. there's some really interesting products there. I never considered vinegar as a beauty treatment. Love the packaging, looks so much more expensive

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