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Hydration and nutrition: how to take care of your skin on a daily basis

To glow, skin needs two elements: hydration and nutrition. Some skin types have a greater need for both, such as dry skin, which is more sensitive to external elements such as the cold; they need a routine consisting of moisturising and nourishing products. But beautiful skin also requires a healthy lifestyle. It is essential to drink a lot of water, eat healthily and practise regular physical activity which allows the body to oxygenate itself and helps to improve the vitality of the skin.

Good habits for caring for your skin on a daily basis

Good habits

Good habits for caring for your skin on a daily basis

Stay hydrated

The secret to moisturised skin? Water! While facial skincare offers many benefits, radiant skin is first and foremost hydrated from within. Remember to drink a lot of water at regular intervals throughout the day.


Gently cleanse your skin

Skin needs to be treated gently. Abrasive skincare products impair its hydrolipidic film (the natural barrier on your skin’s surface), leaving it less able to defend itself against external factors and drying it out. Choose mild facial skincare, preferably formulated without alcohol, and do not over-exfoliate: once a week and not more.


Protect your skin from the sun

Although it gives a healthy glow, the sun is an enemy of beautiful skin in the long term. UV rays damage it, promote the appearance of the visible signs of ageing and dark spots, and disrupt its balance. It is therefore essential to protect the skin from the sun whenever you are out in it.


Use expert skincare products

Face masks, serums, balms and more, when it comes to facial skincare, there are many products that provide skin with the hydration and nutrition it needs on a daily basis. To find your perfect routine, you should first determine your skin type (normal, dry, combination or oily) and its condition (dehydrated, sensitive, etc.).

The secret to moisturised skin? Water! While facial skincare offers many benefits, radiant skin is first and foremost hydrated from within. Remember to drink a lot of water at regular intervals throughout the day.

What is the perfect routine to moisturise the skin? In the morning, use a gentle toning lotion, a serum, a moisturising day cream and, if required, facial sun care to protect skin from the sun’s rays. In the evening, remove make-up and gently cleanse your skin with a cleansing balm or lotion, followed by a cleanser that respects the hydrolipidic film, then apply your serum and night cream.

The moisturising and nourishing routine

Hydrating skincare

What is the perfect routine to moisturise the skin? In the morning, use a gentle toning lotion, a serum, a moisturising day cream and, if required, facial sun care to protect skin from the sun’s rays. In the evening, remove make-up and gently cleanse your skin with a cleansing balm or lotion, followed by a cleanser that respects the hydrolipidic film, then apply your serum and night cream.


Here are the essential active ingredients to gently moisturize your skin and find them in the routine below:

YEAST EXTRACT OF BLUE AGAVE FROM MEXICO: replumps the hydric layer by reviving the synthesis of hyaluronic acid in the dermis.

 

CAROB SEED EXTRACT: replenishes epidermal hyaluronic acid.

 

JAPANESE CEDAR BUD EXTRACT: restores suppleness to the skin.


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Hydra-Global Serum Hydra-Global Serum

Moisturising anti-ageing facial serum

Hydra-Global Hydra-Global

anti-ageing hydration

Extreme nutrition

Extreme nutrition

Nourishing skincare

Dry skin requires rich skincare. In the morning, cleanse it gently with a toning lotion, then apply a nourishing cream or an oil, an ideal texture for dry skin. In the evening, use mild formulas to remove make-up and impurities, then envelop your skin in a rich overnight face mask.


Here are the essential active ingredients to nourish your skin and find them in the routine below:

JAPANESE LILYTURF EXTRACT: nourishes and moisturizes.

 

DUO OF OILS - MACADAMIA AND COTTONSEED OILS: nourishes.

 

SHEA BUTTER: nourishes and restores.


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Velvet Nourishing Cream with Saffron Flowers Velvet Nourishing Cream with Saffron Flowers

Nourishing day and night face cream

Velvet Sleeping Mask with Saffron Flowers Velvet Sleeping Mask with Saffron Flowers

Restorative sleeping mask

Velvet Nourishing Body Cream with Saffron Flowers Velvet Nourishing Body Cream with Saffron Flowers

Highly Nourishing

Discover a complete collection of skincare with ultra-sensory textures that quench, combat dull skin, fight the first signs of ageing, and replenish skin’s radiance.

Hydration, firmness and radiance

Expert sensory skincare

Yes you can have moisturised, bouncy and glowy skin! Discover a complete collection of skincare with ultra-sensory textures that quench, combat dull skin, fight the first signs of ageing, and replenish skin’s radiance.


Here are the essential active ingredients to give your skin the bounce and radiance of young skin and find them in the routine below:

PADINA PAVONICA EXTRACT: promotes the synthesis of glycosaminoglycan, moisturizes and plumps.

 

ALKEKENGI CALYX EXTRACT: double plumping effectiveness in the epidermis and dermis.

 

PLUM OIL (RICH IN OMEGA 6): strengthens the barrier function and brings comfort and suppleness to your skin.


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Black Rose Precious Face Oil Black Rose Precious Face Oil

Sisley’s first skincare oil for dry or mature skin

Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid

Smooth, Revitalise and enlighten

Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream

Plumping and Radiance

Black Rose Beautifying Emulsion Black Rose Beautifying Emulsion

Ultra-hydrating and beautifying body care

Once a week, treat yourself to a moment of relaxation and beauty.

Extra hydration and nutrition

Masks and face scrubs

Once a week, treat yourself to a moment of relaxation and beauty. Use a facial scrub to remove dead cells and give glowy skin, then apply a face mask suited to your needs: hydration, nutrition or lack of radiance. As a result, skin is left softer and brighter and expression lines are smoothed. Sleeping masks are also a good alternative for a targeted action over several hours.



Here are the essential active ingredients to boost the radiance of your complexion and find them in the routine below:

RED VINE: tones.

 

SESAME: hydrates, restructures.

 

LEMON EXTRACT: tones the epidermis and restores the skin's radiance.


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Gentle Facial Buffing Cream 50ml Gentle Facial Buffing Cream 50ml

Gentle facing buffing cream

Gentle Facial Buffing Cream 40ml Gentle Facial Buffing Cream 40ml

Gentle facing buffing cream

Buff and Wash Facial Gel Buff and Wash Facial Gel

Cleansing exfoliator

Express Flower Gel Express Flower Gel

Hydrating mask

Hydra-Flash Hydra-Flash

Hydrating mask

Velvet Sleeping Mask with Saffron Flowers Velvet Sleeping Mask with Saffron Flowers

Restorative sleeping mask

Skincare products with a light texture that revitalise and moisturise skin: discover a targeted routine of beauty essentials for bouncier, more supple and brighter skin.

Hydration and radiance

Moisturising must-haves

Lightly textured skincare products that revitalise and moisturise the skin: discover a targeted routine made up of essential ingredients for plumper, more supple and more radiant skin.


Here are the essential active ingredients to give your skin the bounce and radiance of young skin and find them in the routine below:

GINSENG EXTRACT: energizing with toning properties.

 

KIWI EXTRACT: improves the skin's vitality.

 

ROSEMARY: tones, stimulates.


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Velvet Nourishing Cream with Saffron Flowers Velvet Nourishing Cream with Saffron Flowers

Nourishing day and night face cream

Velvet Nourishing Body Cream with Saffron Flowers Velvet Nourishing Body Cream with Saffron Flowers

Highly Nourishing

Velvet Sleeping Mask with Saffron Flowers Velvet Sleeping Mask with Saffron Flowers

Restorative sleeping mask

Any questions?


How can you tell dehydrated skin and dry skin apart?

Dehydrated skin can be recognised by fine dehydration lines that appear on the face, particularly around the eye contour area, and by a lack of suppleness and brightness. To see if your skin is dehydrated, pinch the skin on the back of your hand and let go. If it is dehydrated, it will take a few seconds to return to its original position. If it is not, it will go back into place immediately. Dry skin is prone to feelings of tightness, discomfort and hotness. It may also have a tendency to peel. Its texture is even, with visible fine lines. Sometimes the face may look rough and the complexion may seem dull. As dry skin is less resistant to external aggressors, it may also be sensitive.

What are the signs of a lack of hydration or nutrition?

Skin becomes dull and is more prone to premature ageing. It also becomes less dense. Fine dehydration lines may appear, as may patches of flaking skin.

How do I moisturise and/or nourish my skin?

Start by drinking a lot of water and eating food rich in the essential nutrients needed for skin to function correctly. Combine this with rich and/or moisturising skincare to leave skin comfortable and supple.

Why are the signs of dehydration more visible around the eye contour area?

The skin of the eye contour area is especially thin and fragile. Consequently, it is quicker to show the signs of ageing or dehydration.

At what age should I use moisturising or nourishing skincare?

There is no particular age for moisturising and nourishing your skin. Whatever your age, the body is made up of 70% water, making it an essential component. However some skin types, such as dry skin, need more hydration and nutrition than others.

Can my skin be both dry and dehydrated?

Yes. Dry skin is a skin type, dehydration is a skin condition.

What is the difference between moisturising and nourishing?

Moisturising means adding water and nourishing means adding lipids. Dehydrated skin needs moisturisers capable of re-establishing and maintaining an ideal level of moisture. Dry skin, which suffers from a lack of hydration and nutrition, needs skincare suffused with both moisturising and lipid-replenishing key ingredients.