Maybe it's the shared cultural touchpoint — that everyone sees a peacock blue Ford Thunderbird, a selection of Katharine Hepburn's oeuvre, or a yellowed paperback from one of the Brontes sisters and has to stop and hold their breath for a second, take a second look, watch a minute, flip a page.
This toner has been a beauty status symbol since Biologique Recherche’s founder, French biologist Yvan Allouche, whipped up his first batch of phenol, vinegar, and lactic and salicylic acids to create the ultimate exfoliant.
All credit was due to Pitera, a by-product of yeast fermentation, and it became the active ingredient in this spot-fading, line-minimizing (not to mention makeup-priming) liquid. __A version of this article originally appeared in the [November 2019]( ) issue of Allure.
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