We enter the third year of this global pandemic with optimism, focusing on happiness, health (skin and otherwise), and productivity. As we look ahead, here are our predictions for this year’s key skin care trends.
Halfway through the first month of the year is always a good time to check in on the New Year’s commitments we made to ourselves. Did you make any self care or wellness resolutions? If so, how are you doing with them? If not, here is what we recommend committing to in order to look and feel your best.
You may think that all moisturizers are created equal – basically a cream to hydrate your skin. Not exactly! We have five different facial products that you can use on your skin as a moisturizer – they differ in texture, ingredients, and thus benefits. Here are some things to consider as you look for the best one.
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.
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 on how to find the perfect moisturizer for you.
Anyone can benefit from double cleansing. But what is it exactly? Double cleansing means cleansing twice, with two different types of cleansers, in the evening. Typically, the first cleanser is an oil or cream cleanser, and the second cleanser is a gel cleanser.
Your skin care routine should not be the same in your 20s as it is in your 40s. Just as you do, your skin evolves and changes over the years, and the products you use should as well. Here’s our guide to the best skin care routine at every age.
Most of us get dark spots. Some call them sun spots, some call them age spots. What we mean are spots on our faces and bodies that are more pigmented than our base complexion. And yes, this happens regardless of skin tone.
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).