L’Occitane is set to launch its latest luxury skin care line, based on a rare form of algae capable of continual regeneration, in Malaysia this month, according to a report published by the New Straits Times.

The French naturals brand studied the algae, Jania Rubens, for seven years in order to reproduce the unique living conditions found in its natural habitat, Corsica’s Revellata Bay. Teamed with the brand’s signature ingredient – also from Corsica – immortelle, the skin care duo claims to help define facial shape and boasts anti-aging properties.

Harmonie Divine serum and cream is priced at RM830 and RM880 respectively.