Brad Pitt launched a line of skin care products using grapes from its vineyards in Provence, enlisting wine and skin experts to determine what is most effective in anti-aging.

But Le Domaine is new site suffered an embarrassing error as the website boasted that the products contained “without conservatives”.

The amusing error has since been corrected to read the correct claim that the products contain no preservatives.

New Venture: Brad Pitt has launched a line of skin care products using grapes from his vineyards in Provence, enlisting wine and skin experts to determine what is most effective at anti-aging.

The error probably occurred due to a bad translation, as “preservatif” means condom in French.

Before the amendment, the statement read: “We have carefully selected our ingredients and created a very strict blacklist that excludes ingredients that are controversial regarding the environment or the body’s natural balance.

“FREE of preservatives such as parabens, phenoxyethanol, MIT, triclosan, chlorphenesin, BHA and BHT.”

The brand debuted three “inclusive” — and very expensive — skin care products that are made with olive oil from Chateau Miraval, the French vineyard and castle he bought with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie in 2012.

Darling!  But Le Domaine's new website suffered an embarrassing blunder, as the site claimed that the products

Darling! But Le Domaine’s new website has suffered an embarrassing blunder, with the site claiming that the products are “preservative free”.

The Cleansing Emulsion is $80, the Serum is $385, and the Cream is $320. The fluid cream, which will go on sale next year, will also be available for $310.

The products incorporate the “powerful properties” of grape seeds grown on a vineyard owned by Brad’s partners at Miraval, all aimed at giving users their own Benjamin Button-like results.

“Le Domaine wants to help slow the aging process of the skin and give everyone, regardless of gender or skin type, the opportunity to age well,” the website says of the four products.

However, Brad insists he “doesn’t want to run away from ageing”, telling Vogue it’s “a concept we can’t escape” and claiming the idea of ​​”anti-ageing” is “ridiculous”. . a fairy tale’.

Oh!  The mistake is probably due to a bad translation, as

Oh! The mistake is probably due to a bad translation, as “preservatif” means condom in French

Fixed: A funny bug has been fixed to read the correct claim that the products contain no preservatives.

Fixed: A funny bug has been fixed to read the correct claim that the products contain no preservatives.

“But what’s real is treating your skin in a healthy way. And that’s what I’ve learned to do for my business, but it makes you feel better,” he continued.

Speaking about his skincare line, Brad added: “The aim is to mimic the organic cycles of nature, its pristine beauty. There is no waste in nature.

“Anything left over or thrown away becomes food for something else. This exemplary circular system was the inspiration for Le Domaine.”

He did admit that he didn’t always have the best skincare habits, but noted that when it came to launching Le Domaine, he looked to someone who helped encourage healthier beauty habits early in his career for inspiration: the former Gwyneth Paltrow’s girlfriend.

Lavish: The brand debuted three skincare products made with olive oil from Chateau Miraval, the French vineyard and chateau he bought with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie in 2012.

“I love what Gwyneth has done [with Goop]” said Brad, who dated Gwyneth for three years, from 1994 to 1997. “She’s still a very dear friend and she built this empire.

“She always had that as a curator, and it was a great creative outlet for her.

“Actually, come to think of it, she was probably the first person to make me even wash my face twice a day…maybe.”

In an interesting twist, Brad’s skin care line also has some — more complicated — connections to his other ex, Angelina Jolie, as the products are made with olive oil from Chateau Miraval, which he purchased with his ex-wife.

As well as the 58-year-old's brand ties to Jolie, he also admitted he hopes to replicate the success of another former partner, Gwyneth Paltrow (pictured), saying he

Inspired: Brad admitted he hopes to replicate the success of another ex-partner, Gwyneth Paltrow (left), saying he ‘loves what she’s done’ [with Goop]’

The launch of Le Domaine comes just weeks after DailyMail.com exclusively revealed that a company formerly owned by the 47-year-old actress is suing Brad for $250 million for “stealing” the former couple’s Miraval wine business .

The lawsuit, filed by Nouvel LLC earlier this month, alleges that Brad tried to “secretly move assets” from their joint business to his friends and other companies, spent “millions on vanity projects,” including $1 million on a pool and more to a recording studio and gave half of the company’s trademarks to a friend for free.

The lawsuit seeks at least $250 million in damages.

Angelina’s former company, through which she held her shares in Miraval before selling them to drinks giant Stoli last year, claims Brad’s alleged scheme meant she would “never see a cent” of the “tens of millions of dollars in profits » Chateau Miraval.

Speaking about the range of skin care products, Brad (pictured in 1991) insisted he was not trying

Speaking about the skincare range, Brad (pictured in August) insisted he is not trying to 'escape ageing', noting it is 'inevitable'

Speaking about the skincare range, Brad (pictured left in 1991 and right in August) insisted he was not trying to ‘escape ageing’, noting that it was ‘inevitable’

The lawsuit further alleges that Brad “launched a multi-faceted, multi-year campaign to seize control of Chateau Miraval” in “retaliation” for the long-running legal battle the former couple engaged in after their split.

“By appointing himself the rightful owner of Chateau Miraval, his dual objectives were to usurp the value of Angelina’s company, Nouvel, and to obtain sole ownership of Chateau Miraval,” the legal documents said.

The counter-complaint is a legal denial after Brad sued Angelina, claiming she illegally sold her stake in Chateau Miraval.

For the skincare line – which Brad says has been in the works for “so long I don’t remember how it originally started”, the actor has once again partnered with the Perrin family, the same winemakers who collaborated with the star and Angelina on their popular Chateau Miraval Cotes de Provence Rose.

The former couple bought the castle together in 2012 and used it as a wedding venue in 2014.

The château in the south of France has 35 rooms and 1,300 acres of land and vineyards. The couple acquired it for $25 million in 2012 by acquiring the Luxembourg company Quimicum that owns it.

Initially, Brad’s firm Mondo Bongo held 60 percent of the shares, while Angelina Nouvel’s firm held 40 percent.

But Nouvel’s lawsuit says “the couple always wanted Brad and Angelina to be equal owners,” and in 2013 Brad “voluntarily” transferred 10 percent of his shares to her.

Conflict: DailyMail.com has revealed that a company formerly owned by the 47-year-old actress is suing Brad for $250 million over claims he

Conflict: DailyMail.com has revealed that a company formerly owned by the 47-year-old actress is suing Brad for $250 million over claims he “stole” the former couple’s Miraval wine business

Brad commenced legal proceedings in Luxembourg, claiming that the transfer of 10 per cent was invalid. The case is pending.

While the actor didn’t address the lawsuit while talking about the launch of his new brand, he did talk about his favorite memories of Chateau Miraval, explaining that he spent “a good five or six weeks” at the French château last spring. “special” to him.

“I can’t describe it other than the freshness of the air, the light, … I don’t know, it’s just a real sense of peace and harmony, and the nights are so calming,” he explained.

Brad also noted that his plan to launch the skincare line – which also features recycled wine barrel wood on the lids – was born out of his commitment to sustainability, explaining on Le Domaine’s website that he wanted to create a zero-waste product that “emulated organic cycles of nature”.

Ex: Angelina and Brad (pictured in May 2007) bought the castle together in 2012 and used it as a wedding venue in 2014.

Ex: Angelina and Brad (pictured in May 2007) bought the castle together in 2012 and used it as a wedding venue in 2014.

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