The Baby Dior line for bathtime use consists of the La Mousse Très Fondante foaming cleanser for the hair, face and body ($95 USD); another cleanser called the L’Eau Très Fraîche for the sensitive baby ($95 USD) and the Le Lait Très Tendre moisturizing hydration milk ($115 USD).
It all comes accompanied by Bonne Étoile, a $230 USD “scented water” designed to essentially act as a perfume for infants. Created by Dior’s Perfume Director Francis Kurkdjian, the blend was formulated without alcohol and contains hints of pear, wild rose and white musks.
Artistic Director of Baby Dior Cordélia de Castellane designed the floral print Bonne Étoile bottle, as well as the containers for the other items in the skincare line.
With Bonne Étoile, Dior is reviving a part of its history: the brand says it rolled out its first-ever perfume for Baby Dior in 1970.
Bonne Étoile and the rest of the Baby Dior skincare line are available on the brand’s online store now.
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