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Answers to your pigmentation questions!

Answers to your pigmentation questions!
Some of the most frequent questions we receive on social media or through our website have to do with pigmentation, dark spots, brown spots… In honor of the renaming of our pigment product, now called Pigment Perfecting Serum, here are some answers to your most frequent questions.  Continue reading

Green Tea Benefits For The Skin

Green Tea Benefits For The Skin
Green tea, from the plant Camellia sinensis, is typically used in skin care because of its high concentration of polyphenols (also known as catechins). The most studied of these polyphenols is epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which is known to help prevent and repair free radical damage. Green tea also contains quercetin, an antioxidant that helps to neutralize excess iron in the skin, as well as resveratrol, another super-antioxidant. Finally, green tea also contains caffeine and tannins, which help to decrease puffiness. Continue reading

Announcing our Newest Product Launch: Kantic Light Clarifying Cream!

Announcing our Newest Product Launch: Kantic Light Clarifying Cream!
The Alchimie Forever family is growing! We are so excited to announce the arrival of our newest moisturizer, part of the Kantic family of products: Kantic Light clarifying cream. Continue reading

Why is Rosemary Good for your Skin?

Why is Rosemary Good for your Skin?
Native to the Mediterranean region, rosemary is good in tomato sauce, but even better in skin care formulations! While it is often used in essential oil form (which can be sensitizing), we used it in various products in the form of leaf extract (Rosemarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract), which makes it safe for all skin types, including sensitive. Continue reading

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