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Brad Pitt Is Launching His Very Own Genderless Skincare Line

Brad Pitt is now launching his own gender-neutral skincare line, Le Domaine. Beyond Hollywood, Pitt sports many hats, including actor, producer, philanthropist, wine producer, and now skin care company founder at his co-owned vineyard property in the South of France, Château Miraval, which he purchased for Angelina Jolie in 2012.


In an interview with Vogue, the 58-year-old Icon promises a new “science-meets-nature line of genderless skin care essentials” produced in collaboration with the Perrin family. Pitt is no new to collaboration with the Perrins, as they are also collaborators on the Château Miraval Côtes de Provence Rose.

Despite being the brand’s owner, Pitt has been careful not to become its face, preferring for it to stand on its own. Despite this, Pitt has been involved in every aspect of the project, from developing a scientific understanding of grape-based antioxidants to identifying which of the 13 grape types planted on the estate in Provence will have the most relevant antioxidant qualities.


As a result, the GSM10, a distinct chemical featured in Le Domaine’s Cleansing Emulsion, Serum, Cream, and Fluid Cream, was created. It is considered to have anti-aging qualities and to be an effective remedy to oxidative stress.

Using natural goods from Miraval’s property has the extra benefit of avoiding using pesticides in its farming. The clay and limestone-rich soil is plowed, and the vines are not irrigated. This causes the roots to develop deeper and, as a result, get more nutrients from the soil. Pitt says in the interview that creating a skincare brand was not deliberate, and that it only began when he believed his team had something substantial.


He spoke about the importance of ensuring that Le Domaine is genderless explaining that he just believes “in being all-inclusive as much as possible.” As he builds his new skincare company, Pitt reflects on the true treasures of life and how the older he gets, the need for quality of life magnifies a common theme for Le Domaine.