Gifting skin-care is tricky; what are you really saying if you give your loved one an anti-aging serum as a present?
The new book Essential Well Being by beauty entrepreneur and founder of Vitruvi, Sara Panton, focuses on small achievable acts of everyday self care. This quick and easy hair mask is perfect for a Sunday night and best paired with tea or wine while you wait.
It makes sense that our skin-care products would be high-tech. Makeup, on the other hand, is considered artistic—a means of self-expression. Then again, there is real science and planning that goes into the making of high-end makeup.
Twenty-five years after launching his visionary makeup brand, François Nars has released his most ambitious collection yet and is turning heads with another hit in the making—his first fragrance.
There’s something deliciously intriguing about figs. Those not-quite-a-pear, not-quite-a-peach fruits share qualities with our skin—an organ that’s best treated from the inside out.
Ingestible skin care (pills, powders, and drinks that are good for your skin) have been huge in Asia for decades, but they’ve only recently made their way to North America. But what’s the science behind ingestibles?
Summer skin care needs to be quick and easy, light and refreshing, and smell really good. Enter the facial mist. Here, a dozen recommendations to try.
The anti-aging elixir with humble origins and the model that launched it into the spotlight.
Aesop settles into their third Vancouver location on Main Street, with a purple palette and subtle homages to the city.