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Is My Skin Dry Or Dehydrated? And Does The Difference Matter?

Is My Skin Dry Or Dehydrated? And Does The Difference Matter?
While dry skin and dehydrated skin may sound like they are the same thing, they are not. Here is the difference: dehydrated skin lacks water and dry skin lacks oil. Continue reading

Why Are Some Of Our Products Called Kantic?

Why Are Some Of Our Products Called Kantic?

When we launched Alchimie Forever, we wanted to highlight our founder’s pioneering role in the field of laser technology. Indeed, Dr. Luigi L. Polla was the first physician to use lasers for dermatological concerns in Europe. As such, all of our products initially had laser-related names. 

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10 Tips On How To Choose The Right Moisturizer

10 Tips On How To Choose The Right Moisturizer

Most of us use a moisturizer, but how do you know which one to choose? The basic rule of thumb is that you should choose your moisturizer based on your skin type. Here is all you need to know about how to find the perfect moisturizer for you. 

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How Do You Keep Your Eye Contour Area Looking Youthful?

How Do You Keep Your Eye Contour Area Looking Youthful?
Our Founder, Dr. Luigi L. Polla, loves to say "if you are old enough to drink, you are old enough for a good eye cream." The eye contour is typically the first area that starts showing signs of skin aging, because the skin is thinnest (thus the most delicate), and because of the constant movements the eyes make (blinking, crinkling during laughs, and more). Continue reading

Why Is The European Blueberry Good For My Skin? Any Why Is It Our Signature Ingredient?

Why Is The European Blueberry Good For My Skin? Any Why Is It Our Signature Ingredient?
The European blueberries are Alchimie Forever’s signature ingredient – and not just because they are purple… Here are their main benefits to keep your skin calm, glowing, and youthful. Continue reading