Recently, the NY Times published a rather alarming article on harmful substances lurking in cosmetics and personal hygiene products - due to the lack of legal obligations and regulations in the beauty industry.
Did you know that in the winter your skin gets extremely dry from the cold and wind and also from indoor heating? This is true especially in Canada, where winter is harsh, long and unpredictable. Due to the radical temperature changes and low humidity...
2020 has been keeping everyone on their toes. Months after diving into this new "reality" that has been living in a pandemic, it is still a struggle and adjustment and beauty-wise, we've noticed a significant demand for skincare products tackling imbalance, breakouts, and irritations.
Spring is here, but during those challenging times, it feels like we’re still in the dead of winter. We’re all trying to process the myriad of information we receive daily while maintaining a sense of “normalcy” for ourselves and/or our loved ones. The confinement is impacting negatively our body and mind, as we're no longer able to move, get some fresh air and relieve stress the ways we're used to.