L’Occitane unveils three Beauty Advent Calendars including a reusable one!

L’Occitane has launched THREE advent calendars for 2020 including a reusable one worth £220. Here you can view all three advents.

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Bring on the advents!


It’s no secret here at UnderTheChristmasTree, we adore advent calendars, and now, we can’t wait to show you L’Occitanes trio of beauty advent calendars all brand new for 2020.

This year, L’Occitane have taken inspiration from nature for their Christmas collection and, the women and men that care for it, so with that being said, let’s start with the brand new Reusable Advent Calendar, which will cost £160, however, the contents are worth £220.

Created in collaboration with UK illustrator Isla Simpson, the advent is made from recycled cotton ensuring it’s reusable for years to come. Behind each pocket, you’ll find delightful luxury sized products, but we won’t spoil this for you! The Reusable Advent Calendar will be available from mid-October.

L'Occitane Reusable Advent Calendar Christmas 2020
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L’Occitane’s luxury and classic advents are both back and equally as beautiful as in previous years.

Discover a new gift for home, bath, face or body as you open each door of the Luxury Advent Calendar, which will cost £99. Highlights include the brands infamous Almond Shower Oil and Relaxing Pillow Mist.

L'Occitane Luxury Advent Calendar 2020
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Start your self-care ritual with the Classic Advent Calendar (worth £87) as you unveil little “me time” products behind each window. Designed by Edith Carron, the calendar evokes childhood memories of excited anticipation. You’ll be able to buy this for £53, making it, so far one of the cheapest beauty advent calendars out for 2020.

L'Occitane Classic Advent Calendar 2020
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The Luxury and Classic advent will be available in L’OCCITANE boutiques and online from 24th September, whilst the reusable will be available from mid-October.


They do say ‘All good things come to those who wait’ but we’re not sure we can hold off that long!

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