René Furterer

Having spent his boyhood in a village in Provence, René Furterer’s senses were sharpened from an early age to the fragrances and colors that would inspire his future formulas. Some years later, the young René Furterer was working as a hairdresser in his wife’s Parisian salon. At that time, women longed for the platinum curls of Marilyn Monroe, but no hair care products were available to repair the damage caused by so many styling techniques.

The solution he devised was his Karité nourishing mask, which still today continues to revitalize and repair even the most damaged hair. He went on to create Complexe 5, a miraculous elixir of essential oils that has become an indispensable step in the beauty routine.

René Furterer then embarked on the pursuit of an innovative vision:
“Beautiful hair grows from a healthy scalp, just like a plant in fertile soil.”