How to prevent and soothe a sunburn

We all know how important it is to apply sunscreen, all year long, to protect our skin from UVA and UVB rays. However, getting a sunburn from falling asleep under the sun or forgetting to reapply sunscreen during the day can still happen to anyone. Here are a few tips to prevent and soothe sunburns.

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Create your personal cleansing collection

Using a variety of cleansers also makes it more interesting and may just compel us to not skip this important step in our homecare routine.

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Skin types and conditions

Determining your skin type and conditions and choosing the right products are the key to a balanced, healthy and glowing skin.

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How to layer your skincare products in the right order

Did you know that the order in which you apply your products may drastically change the effects these products have on your skin?

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10 reasons you need an aesthetician

Your aesthetician is the best person to introduce you suggest treatments and products adapted to your skin's needs. Here are the top 10 reasons to visit an aesthetician.

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How to make your skincare routine more sustainable

8 tips that will to help you start your shift towards a more sustainable beauty routine.

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Clinical treatments for the new season

As every season changes, so do the needs of our skin. This is the time to schedule that much needed appointment with your aesthetician.

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New: Sensiderm Cleansing Oil

Meet the new SENSIDERM CLEANSING OIL: a true sensorial experience, with an unexpected change in texture that seduces by its softness.

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Your guide to eye creams

The skin around the eyes is thinner and more delicate than the skin on the face. As the skin is more fragile and vulnerable to external stressors, it requires very specific care.

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5 tips to comfort skin in winter

Caring for skin during winter takes a little extra time and effort because of the conditions and changes that are extreme for skin.

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Our new Vital C15 Serum, explained

This new generation of high concentration vitamin C products provide all the benefits of this powerful vitamin, to fight the signs of aging, including fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots.

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Chemical exfoliation: AHA and BHA

A chemical exfoliant relies on different types of acids to breakdown the most superficial layer of skin, causing dead skin cells to detach and shed.

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Must-haves for fall weekend getaways

Even if you only escape the city for a few days, it does not mean you should neglect your skin. Not only do we know that our skincare routine is important every single day of the year, but we also could enjoy this little break to pamper ourselves a little bit more.

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Oily skin: shine-free skin starts here

Oily skin is a skin type that is characterized by an overproduction of sebum. Here is how to care for it.

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Acne: break free from your breakouts

Acne is an inflammatory disease of the skin, caused by changes in the hair follicle and its associated sebaceous gland (pilosebaceous units).

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Sun protection: get the facts

There is a lot of misinterpretation regarding Sun Protection Factors, such as how they work and what to look for when selecting a product, so let’s look at the facts.

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Body care: get your head to toe summer glow

By incorporating an extra five minutes a day to care for your body, the same way you do with your facial routine, your body routine can provide exceptional results.

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Proudly made in Canada

G.M. Collin’s journey began in 1957, when the renowned Parisian dermatologist, Dr. Lapinet pioneered the use of collagen pellicles to heal the skin of burn victims and rebuild their health.

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Exfoliation 101: physical, chemical and enzymatic

Exfoliation is a crucial part of any good skincare routine. Done once or twice per week, depending on skin type and conditions, it eliminates dead cells that clog pores and inhibit respiration.

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What's dehydrated skin and how to treat it

The epidermis must be sufficiently moist before it is fed any active ingredients, otherwise, the treatment will produce no tangible results.

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How blue light affects your skin

60% of the population spend more than 6 hours a day in front of an electronic device. Daily blue light exposure can cause skin inflammation, premature aging and barrier damage.

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What are stem cells and why are they important in skincare?

Stem cells are specific cells that regenerate and repair tissue and organs in the body. They are essential for tissue maintenance and repair to keep the skin looking healthy.

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Spotlight on ceramides

Ceramides are essential lipids naturally found in the skin that strengthen cell cohesion, thus reducing transepidermal water loss and re-establish the barrier function to protect the skin from environmental stressors.

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What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Recognized for its amazing capability of holding 1,000 times its weight in water, Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally-occurring substance found in the skin. With age, it naturally decreases.

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The ABC's of sensitive skin

Sensitive skin is skin that experiences the slightest sensation more intensely than normal skin due to an imbalanced ecosystem (hydric & lipidic system).

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