A spa and golf resort on the site of a thermal spring predating the Etruscans, where generations of bathers still come to enjoy the water.
The wigs may be long gone, but it’s clear the Gulikers’ pursuit of luxury locks is still their mane game.
For the duo behind wellness company Nuez Acres, pecans are more than a snack. The Mexican and Canadian Indigenous-owned wellness brand in Langley, B.C., brings layers of history and tradition to its pecan oil formulas.
In ancient times when men and women were cutting grapevines, they began spreading grapevine sap over their faces, making their skin brighter and more even-toned. But it wasn’t until Mathilde Thomas, co-founder with her husband, Bertrand, of French skin-care brand Caudalie, bottled the storied tale that it became a modern reality.
These seven scents will smell good on anyone. They are clean, fascinating, and intoxicating. I hope you enjoy this handpicked selection of some of my favourites.
Jenn Harper started Cheekbone Beauty in 2016 because she had a dream. “Sometimes I say that people interpret it as a vision because I’m Indigenous, but it was an actual dream—a crazy dream about all these Native girls covered in lip gloss, laughing. It was joyful,” Harper says.
Trinny Woodall, CEO and founder of Trinny London, has a simplified approach to skin care—a thorough cleanse that is appropriate for your skin type, a targeted serum treatment to achieve skin goals, and deep hydration, all using thoughtful ingredients that actually work.
Malin and Goetz turned those traditional ideas upside down and helped invent the beauty world as it exists now: one that’s less complicated, mostly natural, and refreshingly genderless.
Asklepios Garden’s ethos is grounded in creating plant-based skin care that nourishes, renews, and protects the epidermis, using nutrient-rich, organic ingredients. Its products are designed to be gentle for all skin types without clogging pores.