Stella Tennant, what a beautiful face.
A lifetime in the northern hemisphere no doubt helps the complexion; European women really do have wonderful skin tone and texture. As lucky as I am to have grown up in Australia, the sun is a tough one to manage when it comes to caring for the skin. I never bared body and face to the elements but the sun is relentless and makes it’s presence known. I can see that now.
One thing I do believe helps the texture and tone of my skin is exfoliation; the regularity and severity depends on the sensitivity and state of the skin. I have been regularly using the foaming cleanser from Filorga, my brand of choice of late, followed by a dual action exfoliator; 3 times weekly does it for me with exfoliation.
After several months of regular use I am finding the combination of the cleanser and exfoliator to make my face feel so much better to the touch. What I really, really like about these products is they transform into a mousse consistency leaving the skin feeling fresh and radiant.
Lines and “age” spots (I don’t really like that expression but can’t think of another one) are not disappearing miraculously, they are still there, but most importantly my skin feels better able to sustain hydration and is definitely smoother and brighter.
Each month I try to vary my skincare routine and try a new product to share with you; so far I am happily sticking with these. xv
Another Beautiful Face
image, stella tennant by peter lindbergh