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How to Handle Last Minute Skin Emergencies…

The “Year End Holidays” go hand-in-hand with “being at your best.” Not easy when a pimple decides to make an appearance Christmas Eve or when dark circles appear the next day… Discover express solutions in this Special Edition “TIPS & TRICKS” for the holiday season! Continue reading

Tips To Control The Symptoms Of Eczema

Dry skin, tightness, rashes and constant itching … As winter rears its ugly head, the symptoms of eczema begin to appear for many people having sensitive skin. Although aggravated by cold, dry air and sudden temperature changes, the symptoms of eczema can still be controlled. Continue reading

Neck and Bust: Neglected Areas That Reveal Your Age

Did you know that the oval shape of your face largely depends on the firmness of your neck and bust area? The fine and delicate skin around the neck and bust area (décolleté) is exposed to as much daily aggression’s as that of the face. Often overlooked, it is one of the first areas of the body to show signs of aging. Continue reading

The Eye Contour Area

With more than 10,000 beats per day, 22 muscles and 14 actions every 10 seconds, the eye contour is the most active area of our face. The skin around the eyes is extremely thin and fragile and is composed of minimal sweat glands, sebaceous glands and collagen, thus representing the first area of the face to show signs of ageing. Beneath the epidermis is a vast network of blood capillaries that are responsible for nourishing our skin cells. Parallel to this network of blood capillaries, the lymphatic capillaries help to eliminate excess fluids, toxins and waste produced from our cells. Continue reading

An Acne Free Skin For Back To School

The return to school classes can be extremely distressing for many acne suffering students. Affecting nearly 90% of teenagers, acne affects over 100 million people of all ages around the world. While some people are genetically predisposed to acne, others have acne outbreaks due to the environment, nutrition, stress or hormonal changes. Continue reading

4 Steps – Prepare your skin for those sunny days

With the approach of summer, now is the perfect time to prepare your skin to fully enjoy the benefits of the sun safely. Follow these 4 steps to reveal a radiant healthy appearance. Continue reading

The Sun: Friend or Foe?

With the approach of warmer weather, there’s nothing like the sun to recharge our batteries, stock up on vitamin D and display a wealth of radiant health. Despite its undeniable benefits to our physical and mental health, the sun is still the major factor involved in the acceleration of skin aging and the appearance of skin cancers. Protect yourself by understanding the influence of the sun on the skin. Continue reading

Diminish Expression Lines & Wrinkles Without Injections

Laughter, sadness, surprise, doubt, etc… our face is the true mirror of our emotions. It has the ability to express our feelings and sensations through repeated contractions of its subcutaneous muscles commonly referred to as “facial muscles.” Continue reading

A Perfect, Radiant Complexion for the Holiday Season!

The holiday season is just around the corner and the time has come to put your best face forward. As enjoyable as this festive time of year is for all of us, it is nevertheless the most difficult for our skin. Cold, humidity, lack of sunlight and hearty meals accompanied by a “few” alcoholic beverages takes a toll on our bodies and consequently our skin appears tired , our complexion is dull , dark circles are present and our skin lacks firmness. Discover the trick of the week to avoid these inconveniences and spend the holiday season in beauty. Continue reading

Using A Skin Toner: Is it Essential?

Healthy skin has a slightly acidic pH of 5.5. The pH depends on the quality of a mixture between sebum and sweat on the skin’s surface called the «acid protective barrier». It is due to the acidity of this «acid barrier» that «bad bacteria» and chemical products generally of alkaline nature (pH superior to 7), will not penetrate the skin but instead be neutralized. If the skin is deprived of this «acid barrier», bacteria and chemical compounds will be able to easily penetrate the skin and bring about irritations, infections and can even set off an inflammatory phenomenon. It is therefore fundamental to preserve the quality of the protective acid barrier in order to maintain the pH balance of the skin. Continue reading

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