Maison Louis Marie

In 1792, Louis Marie Aubert du Petit Thouars was a pioneer in French botanical history. During the French revolution, he was exiled to Madagascar, La Reunion and the Mauritius islands where he discovered a vast array of plant specimens.

200 hundred years later and as a young girl, Marie du Petit Thouars grew up in Belgium making candles and experimenting with scents in her mother’s green house. With the creation of Maison Louis Marie, she has built upon the rich botanical history of her family, creating illustrious scents imbued with unique floral fragrances.

Maison Louis Marie is committed to 'Clean Beauty' and providing environmentally-mindful products that do not contain toxic ingredients (whether harvested or made) that may pollute the earth or harm one's body by use. Products are not tested on animals and animal-derived ingredients are never utilised.

Maison Louis Marie strikes a careful balance between utilising synthetic and natural ingredients in their scents. Where synthetic ingredients are used, this is done in order to protect the planet from the over-harvesting of endangered plants, to avoid animal products, and to protect against known natural allergens.

Scents come in glass bottles, packed in recycled fiberboard and paper gift boxes printed with soy ink.

Products are made in and around the Los Angeles area.