Formerly the domain of music videos and fashion shows, face gems have gone mainstream in makeup.
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.
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.
Officine Universelle Buly 1803, a Paris-based apothecary, has amassed a cult following for its quirky products and beautifully scented curiosities that line its stores’ handsome glass cabinets and veined-marble countertops.
Vintner’s Daughter founder April Gargiulo explains how her brand is redefining luxury in the beauty world thanks to her singular vision.
The Officina Santa Maria Novella story officially begins in 1612. But like many Old World stories, especially those tied to the church, its origins predate that. The history of the apothecary dates back to the 13th century when it was a monastic laboratory—Dominican friars began concocting herbal remedies in the convent’s infirmary in the time of Giotto and Dante.
Cannabis topicals are an umbrella category that encompasses balm, cream, gel, or oil that contains any level of CBD and/or THC. By and large they are used for pain relief, but the cannabinoids also offer calming, anti-inflammatory, and protective benefits, which makes them prime candidates for after-sun care when applied directly to the skin.
The humble bee is at the centre of a growing farm-to-face movement in the beauty industry that is harnessing the repair signal to heal wrinkle breakage and slow the breakup of cells that occurs as we age.
The new Capture Totale C.E.L.L. Energy by Dior acts on the energy potential of stem cells, essential for maintaining young and radiant skin.