For mature skin
It is time to destroy a myth in cosmetology: an anti-wrinkle cream cannot make us look 10 years older. However, an anti-aging cream can boost our skin's functioning by stimulating its cellular renewal, repairing the damage caused by excessive sunlight, and protecting us effectively against external aggressions that accelerate its aging. We cannot reverse the course of time, but we can help slow down its effect on the skin. Shea butter to nourish, hyaluronic acid to moisturize, lactic acid for smoother, more luminous skin... our moisturizing creams are full of active ingredients to help us feel beautiful and comfortable in our skin at 50, 60, 70 and beyond!
For normal to dry skin
In lack of lipids, dry skin should opt for rich, creamy moisturizers , or even balms. In short, real downy textures to protect their hydrolipidic film which is altered. Shea butter, avocado, evening primrose, safflower or borage oils... are all ingredients to be found in the formulas, to better protect your skin and say goodbye to minor flaking and lack of comfort!
For normal skin
Even normal skin needs a moisturizing cream on a daily basis. This will prevent dehydration from setting in, sensitivities and faster aging of the skin... You must choose a cream with just the right balance between water and fat. And why not go for preventive anti-aging ingredients like hyaluronic acid for even more perfect skin... and for longer!
For combination skin
A somewhat capricious T-zone that produces more sebum than average and uncomfortable cheeks... combination skin is the most common and to balance it, you should opt for formulas with more moisturizing (water) than nourishing (oil) ingredients. The little trick that changes everything? Start by applying the moisturizer to the cheeks and then finish with the T-zone, which allows us to dose the right amount.
For sensitive skin
When the hydrolipidic film that covers the epidermis is altered, the skin no longer has a sufficiently effective shield to protect itself from aggressions such as the cold, pollution and various bacteria... Moisturizing creams thus become more than essential to create a new barrier. Note that most of them also contain anti-inflammatory active ingredients and even other ingredients that allow the skin to strengthen its own defenses... a must when we know that a perfectly protected sensitive skin will age much less quickly.
For oily skin
Oily skin is defensive skin: it produces more sebum than average to protect itself against external aggressions. It is therefore easy to recognize it by its shiny areas, more or less localized on the face. And by domino effect, the excess of sebum can also cause imperfections by blocking the pores. We therefore opt for light textures and rebalancing or even purifying formulas, because yes, oily skin must not skip the moisturizing step or it will produce even more sebum to defend itself!