As well as being an envelope that protects our body, the skin is our largest organ: in an adult, it measures between 1.5 and 2 m2 and makes up approximately 16% of body weight. Its structure and the way it works are complex. It defends the body against external elements and safeguards it against temperature changes. It is also the organ that gives us our most important sense: touch.
Sensitive skin is uncomfortable and often difficult to live with. It overreacts to the most ordinary stresses: it feels tight, tingly, or turns red. Find out more on this skin type.
Rough, tight-feeling, fragile, dry skin is skin that is dehydrated due to an imbalance in the hydrolipidic film that protects it. It becomes uncomfortable and loses its radiance. Good daily habits and targeted nourishing skincares are needed to restore its health and beauty. Find out more
Facial redness is especially very common among people with fair skin and it often goes unmanaged as long as it is intermittent and not too bothersome. Yet, to avoid it becoming chronic, it is important to take corrective action as soon as the first signs appear. Find out more
Oily or combination skin can be difficult to manage as it is thick, shiny, uneven and often prone to blemishes. Learn the good habits to adopt to achieve more balance and matt skin all day long! Find out more