“Prevention is the Key to Beautiful Skin”
Following a good home care routine is very important to the French. They know that how they care for their skin today paves the road for the future health of their skin. They religiously care for their skin at home and practice good skin care habits, washing their face every morning and evening using gentle botanically based/filled cleansers, toners, serums, moisturizers and face oils.
Prevention is the Key:
French women in general take their skin care regimen seriously from an early age. This gives them a huge upper hand when it comes to aging and theyare serious about every step in their skin care routine from milky luxurious cleansers instead of soap and gels and toners for balancing the PH of their skin so the products penetrate and work optimally, serums to get nutrients into the deeper layers with their smaller molecules and moisturizers and face oils to deposit moisture, hydrate and heal the skin, not to mention masques and scrubs to remove the old dead cells, tighten pores and reveal the new plump young cells. So instead of waiting for aging to begin and then fighting it with potentially irritating and dangerous ingredients that put your skin into overdrive in a damaging way, they employ a routine that slows and softens the effects of aging long before they begin. Just remember it is never ever too late to start your preventive, skin changing routine. Now is the perfect time to begin!
So for “Une Belle Peau”, Beautiful Skin:
.For the French, part of preventive skin care is eating whole foods. Your skin is an organ – you’re largest in fact – and everything you eat and drink affects it. Fresh organic vegetables and unprocessed foods help your skin stay clear and healthy. So for “Une Belle Peau”, beautiful skin, stick to whole foods, lots of vegetables and plenty of water for happy, glowing skin!
"La Vie Est Belle!"
"Life Is Beautiful!"