Lavender

Lavender was one of the first flowers distilled by Olivier Baussan, the founder of L'OCCITANE. Known in Provence as "blue gold," this plant is an aromatic tribute to the south of France. It is the fragrant soul of the region, the fruit of respectful labor.
L'OCCITANE uses lavender that is sourced from farmers’ cooperatives in Haute-Provence. Our complete collection of Lavender products includes personal and home fragrances as well as bath and body care. Each product soothes the senses, offering a moment of relaxation and well-being.

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