LOS ANGELES: Hollywood star Brad Pitt has sparked criticism over the expensive price tags attached to his new skincare line, Le Domaine.
During an interview with British Vogue on Wednesday, the 58-year-old actor officially unveiled his genderless skincare brand, which features products made from grapes selected from a French vineyard, reports independent.co.uk.
Following the announcement of the company, Le Domaine has released a few products, including moisturisers and facial serums.
However, since the release, the price tags of the products have been heavily criticised online, where fans have questioned the exorbitant prices for the skincare.
According to the company's website, the facial serum costs $385 (over Rs 31,000), while the moisturising cream is $320 (Over Rs 25,000).
A liquid cleanser, described as the "cleansing emulsion," is slightly cheaper, with the website listing the product for $80 (Rs 6,000).
The brand's website also notes that it will be releasing a fluid cream in January, which will cost $310 (over Rs 25,000).
Customers can also purchase refills of the products, which range from $260 (Rs 21,000) and $350 (Rs 28,000).