Customers who shop at the L'Occitane counter count on high-end cosmetics and other luxuries. L'Occitane (pronounced "lox-ee-tahn") makes skin and body care, men's grooming aides, and home fragrances using natural ingredients like lavender from farmers in the Provence region of France. L'Occitane's offerings, many of which have Braille labels, include anti-aging creams, shea butter lip balms and hand lotions, orange nutmeg incense, a Lavender Harvest fragrance, and the L'Oranger line. Products are sold in Europe, as well as Asia and the US. L'Occitane, which went public in 2010, owns Olivier & Co., an olive oil producer and retailer, and many of its retail outlets in the US, Japan, China, and elsewhere.