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L'Occitane sells nice bath and body products, as well as home decor items.
All about L'Occitane
L'Occitane is a chain of stores that sell body and facial care items, like soaps, lotions, body wash, and more. They also sell fragances so you can smell good all day long! If you really love their products, don't forget to check out their range of home decor items. Their items are all inspired by the founder's home region of Provence in France, and the stores' names takes inspiration from the region's history.
Are you interested in saving money at L'Occitane? Then we have a few tips and tricks you might be interested in hearing! First of all, make sure you've added L'Occitane as one of your favorite stores right here on Tiendeo. That way, you can always stay on top of the latest L'Occitane deals and offers. Don't forget to head on over to their official website either, which you can find at www.loccitane.com. There, you can shop the latest L'Occitane sales and check out the new items in stores, as well as sign up for their official e-mail newsletter so that you never miss a deal. There are lots of ways to save money at L'Occitane!
The history of L'Occitane
L'Occitane was started out in 1976 by a man named Olivier Baussan, who was just 23 years old at the time! He started out by selling essential oils at open air markets, which led to him founding the stores. The first one was opened in 1981.
A few fun facts you (probably) didn't know about L'Occitane
L'Occitane is well known for being a great place to go to find lovely soaps and bath and body products. But we've rounded up a few fun facts that you probably didn't know about these stores! Would you like to find some out? Then keep on reading to hear why!
First of all, the first L'Occitane factory was created in an old soap facotry. It was donated to founder Olivier Baussaun, and he used it to try out traditional soap-making techniques from Marseille, France. He started out making vegetable-based soaps, and the store still produces something similar today.
The name comes from Occitania, a region from the Middle Ages that was made out of parts of what today are southern France, northern Italy, and northeastern Spain.
In 2013, they created a new sister line - L'Occitane au Brésil, inspired by products from Brazil!