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Skincare Review: Clé De Peau Beauté by Didier Young

The key to everyone’s skin health differs based on the individuals. Some attribute it to a cult cream, to the use of their beloved Gua Sha, extensive daily intakes of water or some to the fact that they don’t even wash their faces. In my personal experience, I’ve found that drinking lots of water and a proper amount of sleep helps but finding the right skincare options for my skin type greatly helped to improve my skin as well. In my quest to find the holy grail, I am constantly trying out new brands and products, from drug store to high-end luxury skincare, and my search recently brought me to the iconic Clé De Peau Beauté brand.

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Monthly Skincare Review: The Age of Aqualia by Didier Young

Last month marked the beginning on a new skin related series for me whereby I decided to allocate more time to try out specific product to get a better idea of its effects on my skin over the span of a month. While we started out with one of my favourite brands (Click here to read the post about Avène), I knew that I had to write about another one of my beloved french brands next. The choice was relatively easy and the topic of this month’s skin post is Vichy.

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Travelling: Ten Beauty Products I Could Not Live Without by Didier Young

As we all know by now, I love skincare.  Growing up, my mother always put such a big emphasis on properly taking care of our skin, whether it was with the constant reapplication of sunscreen when we were at the beach or going to see the dermatologist when I got my first zit. I was lucky to have her guidance in figuring out which types of products I needed and she was always quite generous in making sure that I was fully stocked up in skincare. The more I aged, the more products I started adding to my daily routine but as I am getting myself ready to embark on a two week trip to Europe, I realized that I couldn't travel with all the products that I love. As such, I decided to narrow it down to ten products, new and old, that I simply couldn't live without.

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