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I’m going to share with you a little secret to how Parisians keep their skin looking so beautiful. One word: Darphin. Darphin beauty products have been around since 1958 when Pierre Darphin created them in a small laboratory. Today they have grown into an international company that is recognized around the world.
Some of their most well known products include Intral Redness-Relief Soothing Serum (perfect for these winter days), 8-Flower Nectar Essential Oil Elixir (wonderful for detoxing the skin), and Stimulskin Plus Multi-Corrective Divine Cream (amazing for fighting the aging process). Darphin has also introduced a very important step in the applying products process and it is the massage. When you are using products such as serums and oils there are proper massaging techniques to use to ensure that you receive the full benefits of the products. Pierre Darphin developed an innovative technique that is still used today throughout their institutes.
From Now until Feb 25th swing by the Darphin’s pop up store in the beauty area at Galeries Lafayette. When you arrive you will be welcomed by a gorgeous display of paper peonies and daisies. Learn about the different benefits of each oil, serum, cream has to offer. The Darphin team will even offer you a hand massage explaining the different treatments and massage techniques.
“From the beauty secrets of the Queens of France to the high precision formulas whose benefits are accentuated by exclusive massage techniques, Darphin is synonymous with visibly younger-looking skin. Radiant, skin tone is a reflection of French beauty, traditionally chic and natural.”
Galeries Lafayette is offering an exclusive box with floral illustrations for any purchase over 49€. This will make for a beautiful Valentine’s Day gift for yourself or someone special in your life! Darphins can be found on the ground floor under the famous dome in the beauty area from now until Feb 25th.
Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann:, Address · 40, Boulevard Haussmann 75009 Paris
Sincerely Petite in Paris,
*photos by Emily – The Glittering Unknown