Skin concerns

Protect your skin from the sun

While the sun makes you look good, it can also damage your skin. Too much exposure to sunlight accelerates skin ageing, encouraging wrinkles and marks to appear, and causing skin sagging. It is therefore necessary to do the right things as soon as you are exposed to UV radiation: wear suncare products suitable for your skin type and appropriate clothing, make sure to keep hydrated...

UV rays can damage all skin types. As soon as the sun comes out, you should think about protecting your skin with suitable suncare products: one for the face and one for the body.

For best results

Use sun protection products

Depending on your skin type, your skin may be more or less sensitive to sunlight. But even the darkest skin types need protection: UV rays can damage all skin types. As soon as the sun comes out, you should think about protecting your skin with suitable suncare products: one for the face and one for the body. And when you are out in the sun, you should reapply sun cream every two hours.


Avoid exposure during the heat of the day

In the summer, the sun's rays are particularly intense between noon and 4pm. During this time, it is best to stay cool and have a nap in the shade of a tree.


Wear a hat

To avoid having your skin weakened, wear a hat whenever you spend several hours in the sun, even with sun protection on: this is the best natural suncare step you can take to effectively protect your skin and keep it looking young and beautiful. For your body, choose long-sleeved clothes that are loose-fitting to allow air to flow.


Don't trust clouds

We tend to think our skin is safe if there are clouds in the sky. But this is not true: you can get sunburnt even on a grey day because UV rays penetrate the clouds. Remember to apply sun cream outdoors, even when the sun has gone in.

What kind of care should be taken to protect the skin from the sun?


Apply an anti-ageing lotion to wake up the skin and provide it with its first anti-ageing active ingredients, then move on to an anti-ageing serum packed with active ingredients. Then protect your face with natural suncare or suncare products designed for your skin type and the sun conditions.

The anti-ageing sun routine

Keep your skin looking young and beautiful

It is essential to take care of your skin on a daily basis and to protect it to keep it looking beautiful. In the morning, apply an anti-ageing lotion to wake up the skin and provide it with its first anti-ageing active ingredients, then move on to an anti-ageing serum packed with active ingredients. Then protect your face with natural suncare or a suncare product designed for your skin type and the sun conditions.



Here are the essential active ingredients that help protect and preserve the skin's beauty. You'll find them in the routine below:

UVA-UVB SPECIFIC FILTERING COMPLEX: absorbs UVA-UVB rays.


ADENOSINE: anti-wrinkle properties


SOYA AND ADENOSINE PEPTIDIC EXTRACT: acts on collagen, improves the quality of the skin.


Find the complete list of ingredients in the product information

It is essential to take care of your skin on a daily basis and to protect it to keep it looking beautiful.

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New generation preparation lotion

New

Powerful radiance anti-dark spot anti-aging serum

Very high-protection anti-ageing sun care

Very high-protection anti-ageing sun care

Soothing and hydrating

The best after sun care comes from applying a repair product to keep skin hydrated and compensate for the possible negative effects of sunlight.

The tan-extending routine

For a lovely look

To achieve a long-lasting, even tan, remember to exfoliate your skin regularly during your holiday - both face and body. The best after sun care comes from applying a repair product to keep skin hydrated and compensate for the possible negative effects of sunlight.


Here are the essential active ingredients that help prolong your tan while moisturising your skin. You'll find them in the routine below:

RAPESEED OIL: softens and comforts.


SHEA BUTTER: nourishes, soothes, repairs, softens and protects.


BAMBOO MARROW POWDER: exfoliating properties.


Find the complete list of ingredients in the product information

To achieve a long-lasting, even tan, remember to exfoliate your skin regularly during your holiday

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With Shea butter

Hydrating skin care

After-Sun Care

Gentle facing buffing cream

Smoothing Exfoliator

The two essentials for beautiful skin and an even complexion? A moisture-boosting serum and a youth-protecting SPF 50+ suncare product.

The beautiful skin routine

Make your complexion glow

The two essentials for beautiful skin and an even complexion? A moisture-boosting serum and a youth-protecting SPF 50+ suncare product.



Here are the essential active ingredients for beautiful skin. You'll find them in the routine below:

MALACHITE: strengthens the skin's anti-free radical defences.


SHEA BUTTER: repairs, nourishes, softens, soothes.


CAMELLIA OIL: restructuring, emollient, moisturising and nourishing properties.


Find the complete list of ingredients in the product information

The two essentials for beautiful skin and an even complexion? A moisture-boosting serum and a youth-protecting SPF 50+ suncare product.

Discover the selection

Moisturising anti-ageing facial serum

Youth protector*

5 shades

Youth protector*

Soothing and hydrating

Self Tanning Hydrating Face Skin Care

Any questions?


Is the sun dangerous for the body?

The sun has positive effects on the body: it allows it to synthesise vitamin D, which is essential for bone development. It also improves your mood and prevents seasonal depression. But overexposure or poor sun protection can have harmful consequences. They accelerate the appearance of deep wrinkles and pigment spots, cause severe skin dryness and reduce the elasticity of the skin. It is therefore necessary to take natural suncare steps - such as wearing protective clothing and accessories - or use appropriate sun protection products. Avoid exposure to the sun during peak sunlight hours, from noon to 4pm in the summer.

What is an SPF?

"The Sun Protection Factor is the ratio of the minimum erythemal dose on skin protected by a sunscreen product to the minimum erythemal dose on the same unprotected skin."*

SPF is the abbreviation of "Sun Protection Factor". The SPF measurement is based on the erythematous response of the skin due to UVB, i.e. how long it takes for protected skin versus unprotected skin to burn. The calculation of the SPF indicates theoretically how long you can stay in the sun without burning, depending on the protection you have applied. The higher the index, the more the skin is protected.


*according to the European Commission recommendation of

Do I need to reapply my SPF during the day?

Yes, every two hours.

Do I have to use SPF all year round?

Yes, because UV rays pass through the clouds.

Does fake tan protect you from the sun?

No. Fake tan triggers an oxidation reaction in the upper cells of the epidermis which turns your skin "golden". It does not affect melanin and therefore natural skin tanning (which is the skin's defence mechanism to protect it from the sun).