We are in Paris in the 50's. We are close to the Champs Elysees. There, next to the Theater, there is a pharmacy, which is something as Parisian as the Eiffel Tower and bread and butter. Actresses came to that pharmacy looking for products to eliminate makeup and fatigue after performances.
The pharmacist, Eugène Jacq, invented a unique product for them, a unique formula. It was half milk and half water. It was inspired by classical rituals and removed makeup (even the most insistent) leaving the skin calm and clear. Plus, the scent was mild and using it was a breeze. Was born the Collosol Eau de Lait. The actresses were happy.
First they were the clients and then the rest of the Parisian high society arrived. The Collosol was a secret that was hard to share and passed from mothers to daughters and was whispered in city halls, in changing rooms and in pharmacies.
Since the 1950s, Collosol has been a secret, cult product. Without advertising, only those who knew him knew him, worth the redundancy. It was like that for decades. In recent years, actresses such as Vanessa Paradis or Lea Seydoux have confessed that they use Eau de Lait and Lagerfeld declared that he adds a bottle to his bath water every day. This is another use of the product that the kaiser has appropriated.
Now, Collosol arrives in Spain. This milk water has a legend and leaves the skin clean and fresh. We cannot ask for more from a cosmetic.