06 Nov

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Get ready to countdown to Christmas with L’Occitane!

This year, more than ever before, the world has slowed down, come together in unity and found joy in nature. This season, L’Occitane have taken inspiration from nature, and the women and men that care for it, learning to see the world through the passing seasons, ever changing but constant. 

The Advent Collection

The long awaited and always popular L’Occitane Advent Calendars are back again this year! Just like in nature, good things come to those who wait. Enjoy the excitement of this magical season each day by discovering a new gift – one of our favourite products in miniature size – with the promise of a self-care ritual as well.

Reusable Hand Illustrated by Isla Simpson 

Created in collaboration with UK illustrator Isla Simpson, this hand illustrated Advent Calendar is made from recycled cotton and reusable for years to come. Inspired by nature and the magic of Provence, each pocket unveils a luxury size product.




Curated Christmas Gifts

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Luxury Beauty Advent Calendar

Make your countdown to Christmas extra special this year with the Luxurious Advent Calendar 2020, featuring the best of L’OCCITANE premium products, including our bestsellers and lots of delightful new surprises.

In the Luxury Beauty Advent Calendar 2020, every drawer will bring you a special body, hair or skincare treat, or even perhaps a fragrance or a little something for the man in your life… 24 days of utter pampering.


Classic Beauty Advent Calendar

L’OCCITANE’s much-loved Classic Beauty Advent Calendar is back for 2020.

Start everyday of December (re)discovering the best of L’OCCITANE products, including our latest novelties. With the Classic Beauty Advent Calendar 2020 we’ll be taking you on a walk in a typical market of Provence drawn by Edith Carron, a beloved French illustrator. This advent calendar features our most popular body, hair and skincare products. 24 days of pampering – what’s not to love?