A little bit of History
Collosol Eau de Lait was invented in Paris in the 1950s. Well-known actresses would visit a pharmacy located near the Champs-Elysées Theater looking for an exceptional product that could remove makeup and eliminate fatigue after performances. To fulfill his customers’ needs, the pharmacist created a unique half-milk, half-water formula with a subtle fragrance and incomparable gentleness.
The prized fluid was inspired by ancient beauty rituals and could be used on the face or in the bath. It restored skin’s clarity, splendor and softness while imparting a gentle scent. That is how Collosol Eau de Lait was born.
Parisian women beauty ritual
Collosol soon became an indispensable part of the beauty routine of high-society Parisian women. Its secret was jealously guarded and handed down from mother to daughter, from French pharmacies to French dressing rooms, from the 1950s to today. Collosol’s refreshing scent and cleansing power make it a gem of a bath product and an essential dressing table item.
Collosol was long reserved only for those in the know, but today it is widespread among fashion celebrities and actresses. Thanks to its history, its unique formulation and its unrivaled qualities, Collosol has crossed borders and become increasingly popular.
Collosol has been well-known for many years, even without advertising, because of its soothing properties. At a time when many major cosmetics brands were taking shape, Collosol remained an exceptional product for those in-the-know in France. Today, we are sharing the secret to glowing skin, as we continue to write the history of Collosol.