These days, everyone wants bespoke—from tailored suits to off-the-beaten-track vacations, and now, skin care.
Aside from taking care of ourselves and bathing in SPF 50, what can we do to keep ourselves youthful all over, or reverse the damage we’ve already done?
LED therapy as a skin saviour is a growing popular treatment for those looking to target everything from acne and sensitivity to wrinkles and age spots.
While UV rays are known carcinogens, the most urgent threat to our skin, pollution, is now regarded as a serious complexion hazard.
A stone’s throw away from the CN Tower and in the middle of the city’s downtown core is the Ritz-Carlton Toronto, posh and proper as only a Ritz property can be.
Prisca Courtin-Clarins, one of four heiresses to the family-owned Clarins beauty empire, has a career that may just be the envy of all women.
HOLIDAY WISH LIST: In 1985, Clarins debuted its Double Serum, packaged in a double-pump bottle with neighbouring vials to enable an otherwise impossible combination of water- and oil-soluble ingredients.
There is a certain allure in how a woman’s face changes with time. In our 20s, cheeks are crimson with youth and promise; our 30s are when laughs and wisdom translate into crinkles around the eyes; and as we pass 40, we begin to embrace (albeit reluctantly) the definition of looking distinguished. Each decade that passes leaves its indelible mark on our faces.
Once the summer sun is burning bright, staying indoors begins to feel like a prison. For those of us who eschew the concept of year-round tans from bottled bronzer, summertime is a golden opportunity to head outside for a healthy dose of vitamin D. But what can we do post-beach to help sustain a glowing tan?