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A radiant complexion starts with daily skin care. The skin is an essential barrier to protect the body from external pollutants, bacteria and germs, so it’s a precious asset you want to preserve as best you can.
Because skin changes throughout our lifespan in relation to environmental and genetic factors, the first thing to consider when selecting a skin care treatment is age. Here is a useful guide to help you choose the right care at the right moment.
In your twenties, skin is naturally radiant, firm and luminous. Taking good care of it and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are often low on your list of priorities! However, your twenties actually play a significant role in the future condition of your skin and it even starts aging by your mid-twenties. So when it comes to prevention, time is of the essence, and the first step in the right direction is to use a daily moisturizer with SPF that is made for your skin type.
At 30 years old, skin gradually starts to change. Your metabolism slows down and the production of collagen decreases. This is generally the age where your first wrinkles or expression lines start to appear. If you are beginning to notice these visible signs of aging, start using an eye cream along with your daily moisturizer with SPF to prevent more wrinkles from forming.
At 40 years old skin is showing more signs of aging and requires care that targets specific problem areas. This is the time to fight lines and wrinkles that look like they’ve settled in for good! Along with a daily anti-aging moisturizer, add an eye cream and anti-aging night cream to your daily routine. Serums are also your greatest allies since they contain double the amount of active ingredients than regular creams so they are even more efficient. Serums are also particularly useful during season changes and periods of considerable stress and fatigue.
During your fifties, significant changes occur. Women begin menopause, which has a direct impact on the appearance of their skin that is already less firm, less dense and may have dark spots. What to do? Use an eye cream and anti-aging day and night cream that are specially designed for mature skin. Products that are made to plump skin and fill wrinkles, along with creams that fight against dark spots and rosacea are all allies in fighting visible signs of aging. In addition, applying serum sporadically will help give your skin an extra boost of radiance!
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From moisturizing and sun protection to anti-aging secrets and tips for a radiant complexion: everything you need to know to care for your skin.
Moisturizing your skin means providing it with all the active ingredients it needs, and also helping to slow the appearance of the first signs of aging.
Wrinkles, loss of elasticity, sagging: care and tips to turn back the hands of time before they grab hold.
Targeted treatment or concealing techniques: say goodbye to redness, acne and spots!
Using sunscreen every day is your skin’s no. 1 ally against UV rays, whatever the season! Tips and essential products to protect yourself from the sun while looking your best.
Exfoliation, slimming, epilation: take care of yourself and your skin, from head to toe!
After a long day (or a long evening!), you might be tempted to skip the makeup removal. But if there’s one part of your beauty routine you should never neglect, it’s this one. Why is it so important? And what products make it easier? Here’s a quick look.
It’s warm, it’s cold, it’s wet, it’d dry… as the season changes, your skin has a hard time staying its best. Here are a few easy ways to put a little spring back into your skin.
Fading sunlight, frigid temps… winter’s not the easiest season on our skin. So how to you keep your skin glowing when the sun isn’t? Well, here are a few easy tips!
Natural, organic, eco-responsible… more and more, we’re seeing those words on the labels of beauty products. But what do they mean exactly? And what do they promise for our skin? Let’s find out.
We’ve been hearing about glycolic acid for a while, but what does it do exactly? Who should use it? We take a closer look at an ingredient that’s been embraced by the beauty industry.