Bioactive Rose Gommage , and CaR Vital Glow Wild Carrot Serum Concentrate
WHY WE LOVE IT
- Unveil petal-soft skin in minutes—this gommage contains polishing pineapple and papaya enzymes, purifying konjac root, and antioxidant-rich rose water to erase dull, flaky skin and revitalize your complexion.
- A French secret—this pure wild carrot seed oil is extracted using a centuries-old technique. The rare, vitamin A-packed oil renews dull skin for a radiant, youthful-looking glow.
Bioactive Rose Gommage
$62 value · 1.69 oz | 50 ml
Perfect for all skin types, this beautifying blend can be used two ways. Apply a thin layer with the included brush. To gommage, just before the mask dries fully, roll it off gently using your fingertips. To mask, let the ingredients work their magic for 10 minutes and rinse off.
CaR Vital Glow Wild Carrot Serum Concentrate
$58 value · 0.17 oz | 5 ml
Supercharge your moisturizer with 2-3 drops of this potent oil, or apply alone for extra luminosity. Use morning and evening for optimal results.
Odacité scours the world to source exceptional ingredients, precious plant extracts, and potent cosmeceuticals for skincare formulas with uncompromised purity and results you can feel.
A Parisian living in Los Angeles, Valérie overhauled her lifestyle after being diagnosed with breast cancer over a decade ago. Not ready to give up high-performance skincare, but lacking quality options, she created Odacité.
Sunrise or sunset?
Sunrise. It’s my favorite moment of the day
What energizes you?
Nature and art
Best way to relax?
Hiking with my dogs
From Fighting Cancer to Fighting Wrinkles
Coffee shop order?
Introvert or extrovert?
Social introvert! I enjoy socializing, but need alone time to recharge
Always in your fridge?
Tons of veggies, vegan cheese, coconut yogurt, and passion fruit
Audacity, which is what inspired the name Odacité
Reinventing my life after having breast cancer—I switched to a non-toxic lifestyle and quit my job to launch my company
My two sons!
Most thankful for?
Advice to live by?
It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare that they are difficult