PARIS — “I really considered this project a labor of love,” said Jami Morse Heidegger, speaking of her antiaging skin-care line Retrouvé that launches next month. “These are products that I have made with great love and selfishness, for myself — just trying to keep in the best shape that I can.”
Heidegger, who built Kiehl’s Since 1851 into an indie powerhouse in the Nineties before selling it to L’Oréal in 2000, had little intention of going back into the beauty market. But back she is, with a four-unit, luxurious collection whose formulas are crammed with high-octane active ingredients, such as apple stem cells and pomegranate. There are no dyes, artificial fragrances, parabens, silicons, petrolateums or mineral oils used.
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