Gwyneth Paltrow shares her review of ex-fiancé Brad Pitt’s pricey skincare line

The skincare queen has spoken.

Gwyneth Paltrow sat down with the New York Times to mark the 15th anniversary of her lifestyle empire, Goop, and during her interview — published Saturday — she revealed that she’s tried ex-fiancé Brad Pitt’s luxury skincare line, Le Domaine, declaring it, “beautiful.”

The 51-year-old told the newspaper that Pitt — whom she dated from 1994 to 1997 — sent her some of his pricey face products.

“It’s good,” she said of the line. “Yeah, it’s really beautiful.”

The “Ocean’s Eleven” actor launched Le Domaine in 2022, with the products ranging from a $275 facial serum to a $77 cleanser and all embrace the antioxidant power of grapes, inspired by his Château Miraval wine vineyard and made in partnership with his vintners, the Perrin family.

Pitt and Paltrow — who starred together in the 1995 film “Seven” — have remained close over the years, with the “Babylon” actor telling British Vogue in September 2022 that his products were inspired, in part, by his ex.

Paltrow declared her ex’s products were “good.”
He co-founded the line with Marc Perrin.

“I love what Gwyneth’s done [with Goop],” he said. “She is still a really dear friend, and she has built this empire. She has always had that in her as a curator, and it’s been a lovely creative outlet for her.”

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Pitt — who has been engaged in a legal battle over his Château Miraval vineyard with ex-wife Angelina Jolie — developed the line with wine guru Marc Perrin after reading about the “health properties of grape skins,” as he told British Vogue.

The Hollywood star went on to integrate grapes into the brand in every way, including its recycled wooden wine cask caps.  

The duo got engaged in 1996 before splitting the following year.
Le Domaine’s serum includes grape-powered antioxidants.

Le Domaine The Serum ($275)

Although Paltrow didn’t elaborate on what made Le Domaine’s products so “good,” the line does include “potent properties from the seeds of Grenache grapes with the seeds and skin of Syrah and Mourvedre grapes,” per British Vogue, including two exclusive anti-aging compounds.

Skincare aside, the “Shakespeare in Love” actress recently shared a sexy tidbit about her ex, declaring in a May episode of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast that “Brad was like the sort of major chemistry, love of your life, kind [of hookup].”

She also chose Pitt to sleep with during a round of “F–k, Marry, Kill” on the episode, saying, “I think Brad,” for the “f—k” portion, opting to marry ex-husband Chris Martin and kill Ben Affleck.

Sex and skincare … what can’t Brad do?