By 1878 Féret Parfumeur was already making Bloc Hyalin and Hyalomiel in France in addition to being a distributor for major brands. In 1900, Bloc Hyalin won three medals at the Paris Universal Exhibition and was an essential product for barbers, hairdressers and dermatologists. In the meantime, Hyalomiel became a popular skin treatment with many different uses.
Throughout the 20th century, the company experienced a lot of success and a lot of changes. But in 2012, Alexis Cabanne, one of the Féret grandsons, decided to continue the family tradition and re-launch in the export market.