If you're like me and have watched Midnight in Paris about 30 times too many, you probably agree: There is nothing more glamorous than old-world France, and nothing quite as entrancing than a Parisian woman with amazing skin.
Lucky for us, one of the country's OG boutique beauty brands, L'Officine Universelle Buly, is opening a brick and mortar location stateside at Bergdorf Goodman in NYC, as well as making itself available online. Founded in 1803 (yes, really), it offers vintage-style perfumes, oils, and body milks so lovely and decadent you'll never let them out of plain sight.
Buly's two best-selling creams are the Pommade Virginal, a face moisturizer packed with super-hydrating sweet almond oil, and Pommade Concrete, a cult hand and foot cream housed in a tube that belongs in a Belle Époque-era fortune teller's den.
Buly 1803 Pommade Virginale Face Cream, $56; net-a-porter.com.
Buly 1803 Pommade Concrète Hand and Foot Cream, $50; net-a-porter.com.
Keeping your oral hygiene in check (and overnight bag pretty) are the brand's breath-freshening offerings formulated with Castéra-Verduzan spa water, which is known to ease throat aches and mouth irritation.
Buly 1803 Opiat Dentaire Mint Coriander Cucumber Toothpaste, $29; net-a-porter.com.
Buly 1803 Oub Toothbrush, $50; net-a-porter.com.
Perhaps the best part of these luxurious concoctions is that they are as health-minded as they are classic: Buly is dedicated to preserving their original recipes as much as possible, and thus, each product is free of parabens and silicon.
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