Face Creams

82 products

    82 products
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    CHF 55.00
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    What is a face cream?

    A face cream is a skin care product designed specifically to be applied to the face. These creams are formulated to provide hydration, nutrition, and sometimes active ingredients intended to treat specific skin concerns. Here are some of the main functions of facial creams:

    Hydration: Most facial creams have a moisturizing base that helps maintain the skin's moisture balance, preventing dryness and leaving skin soft and supple.
    Nutrition: Some facial creams contain nutritional ingredients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to nourish the skin and promote its health.
    Specific Treatments: Many facial creams are formulated to treat specific issues such as acne, wrinkles, age spots, etc. They may contain active ingredients like hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, retinol, etc.
    Protection: Some facial creams also include sun protection to help protect the skin from harmful UV rays.

    Why use a cream?

    Applying a face cream provides several benefits for skin health. Here are some common reasons why it is recommended to include a face cream in your skincare routine:

    • Hydration: Facial creams provide essential hydration to the skin. They help prevent dryness, maintain moisture balance and leave skin supple.
    • Nourish the skin: Some creams contain nourishing ingredients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, which deeply nourish the skin and promote its long-term health.
    • Preventing signs of aging: Anti-aging creams are designed to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, promoting younger-looking skin. Ingredients like retinol are commonly used for this purpose.
    • Treating Specific Concerns: If you have specific concerns, like acne, age spots, or sensitivity, there are creams formulated to treat those specific issues.
    • Sun protection: Some moisturizer products contain sun filters to protect the skin from damage caused by the sun's UV rays.
    • Improved skin texture: Creams can help improve skin texture, make it smoother, and minimize the appearance of pores.
    • Preventative care: Even if you have no obvious skin problems, regular use of a facial cream can help maintain skin health and prevent future problems, as the skin experiences stress every day. external attacks.

    What are the different types of cream?

    Anti-aging creams

    These creams are specially formulated to reduce the appearance of signs of skin aging such as wrinkles, fine lines and loss of firmness. They often contain ingredients such as retinol, peptides, vitamin C or other antioxidants. (See our range of Anti-aging creams)

    Soothing Creams

    These creams are designed to soothe irritated, red, or rash-prone skin. They may contain soothing ingredients like chamomile, aloe or other anti-inflammatory agents. ( See our range of soothing creams )

    Night Creams

    Night creams are designed to be applied before bedtime. They are often richer in hydrating and repairing ingredients, helping skin recover during sleep. These creams may also include specific active ingredients to combat the signs of aging. ( See our range of night creams )

    Moisturizing Creams

    The main purpose of moisturizers is to maintain the skin's moisture balance by providing water. They are suitable for all skin types, even oily skin, as adequate hydration is essential for healthy skin. ( See our range of moisturizers )

    Mattifying Creams

    These creams are intended for people with skin prone to excessive shine. They contain mattifying agents to reduce excess sebum and maintain a matte appearance of the skin. ( See our range of mattifying creams )

    Nourishing Creams

    These creams are rich in nourishing ingredients such as oils and butters, designed to intensely nourish the skin. They are ideal for dry or very dry skin. ( See our range of nourishing creams )

    Creams First signs of aging

    These creams are aimed at a younger audience, often in their twenties or thirties, who wish to prevent the first signs of aging. They may contain preventative ingredients such as antioxidants to maintain youthful skin. ( See our range of young adult creams )

    Purifying Creams

    Designed for skin prone to acne or excess oil, these creams often contain ingredients such as salicylic acids or antibacterial agents to purify the skin and prevent blemishes. ( See our range of purifying creams )

    How do you choose your cream?

    Choosing a facial cream depends on several factors, including your skin type, specific concerns, the season, and even your age. Here are some steps to help you choose the right cream for your needs:

    Know your skin type: It is crucial to understand your skin type (oily, dry, combination, normal, sensitive) before choosing a cream. The creams are formulated to meet the specific needs of each skin type. Read our dedicated article on this topic here .

    Identify your specific concerns: If you have specific concerns such as wrinkles, age spots, acne or sensitivity, choose a cream that targets these issues. For example, opt for an anti-aging cream if you want to reduce the signs of aging.

    Consider the season: Skin needs may vary depending on the season. In winter you may need a richer, hydrating cream, while in summer a light cream with sun protection may be more suitable.

    Read ingredient labels: Review the ingredient list to make sure the cream doesn't contain items you might be allergic to. Look for specific ingredients based on your needs, such as retinol for anti-aging, hyaluronic acid for hydration, etc.

    Test the cream: Before committing to long-term use of a cream, do a patch test. Apply a small amount to an inconspicuous area of ​​your skin to see how it reacts. If no irritation appears after a few days, the cream is probably suitable for your skin.

    Consult Glowing Skin If you have any ongoing skin issues or specific concerns it may be helpful to contact us, either by stopping by the store, having a facial or, if you wish, via our Live service Shopping. We can recommend specific products based on your needs.

    Adapt your routine: You may also need different creams for different parts of your skincare routine, such as a moisturizer in the morning, an anti-aging cream in the evening, and so on.

    When during my routine should I apply the cream?

    The order in which products are applied in your skincare routine is important to maximize their benefits. Here is a general sequence that you can follow, including the application of the cream:

    1. Cleaner
      Start by cleansing your face with a gentle cleanser to remove impurities, excess oil and makeup residue.

    2. Tonic
      Apply a toner to restore your skin's pH and prepare it to absorb subsequent products.

    3. Serum
      If you are using a serum with specific active ingredients (like vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, etc.), apply it after the toner. Serums have a high concentration of active ingredients and can provide targeted benefits.

    4. Eye cream
      If you use an eye cream, apply it after the serum. Eye creams target specific concerns in the delicate area around the eyes.

    5. Moisturizing cream or specific cream
      Apply your face cream. Choose the cream based on your specific needs, be it moisturizing, anti-aging, soothing, etc.

    6. Sun protection (in the morning)
      If you apply sunscreen (which is highly recommended in the morning, even on cloudy days), do it after your moisturizer and before makeup.

    Note: If you use products with specific ingredients to treat particular problems, contact us to avoid unsuitable or non-recommended mixtures.

    Applying products from lightest to heaviest allows for better absorption of active ingredients. Additionally, be sure to let each product absorb before applying the next one. This allows the ingredients to work efficiently and prevents products from diluting each other.

    How much facial cream?

    When it comes to applying facial creams, it is important to understand that the amount needed may vary depending on the concentration of active ingredients in the product. Professional products are often formulated with high-quality ingredients and higher concentrations of active ingredients, meaning you don't need to apply a large amount.

    Typically, a small amount of cream may be enough to cover the entire face and neck. Here are some general tips for applying facial cream, especially if you use professional products rich in active ingredients:

    Start with a small amount: Start with a pea-sized amount of cream. You can always add more if needed, but it's harder to remove too much.

    Spread evenly: Distribute the cream evenly over your face and neck. Make sure to cover all areas, especially those where your skin needs specific attention.

    Focus on target areas: If you're using a specific cream to treat certain areas of the face, like the eyes or forehead, apply an even smaller amount and focus on those areas.

    Follow the manufacturer's recommendations: Consult the product instructions or manufacturer's recommendations. Some professional products may specify the optimal amount for optimal results.

    Remember that the effectiveness of professional products often lies in the high concentration of active ingredients. Using a small amount not only saves product but also minimizes the risk of overuse, as a higher concentration can mean less product is needed to achieve significant results.

    What is the difference between a supermarket cream, drugstore cream or a professional cream?

    Facial creams available in supermarkets, drugstores and those used by professional beauticians may differ in several aspects, including formulation, concentration of active ingredients, quality of ingredients and expected results. Here are some key differences:

    Formulation and Concentration of Active Ingredients

    Supermarket: Creams available in supermarkets may have a more moderate concentration of active ingredients. They often aim to provide basic care, such as hydration and protection, but may have a lower concentration of specific ingredients.

    Para-pharmacy: The creams sold in para-pharmacies are generally a cut above in terms of quality and concentration of active ingredients compared to products in supermarkets. They can offer more targeted solutions for specific skin concerns.

    Professional: Creams used by professional beauticians are often considered premium products. They tend to contain higher concentrations of active ingredients and are often formulated for more specific results, for example, for the treatment of particular skin conditions.

    Quality of Ingredients:

    Big Box: Big box creams may contain a range of ingredients, but the quality of the ingredients may vary. Formulations may include basic moisturizing agents and common ingredients.

    Para-pharmacy: Creams sold in para-pharmacies generally have a better quality of ingredients compared to products in supermarkets. They may contain plant extracts, vitamins and other more specific ingredients.

    Professional: Professional creams used in beauty salons may contain higher quality ingredients, often with more advanced formulations and more concentrated active ingredients.

    Expected results

    Large Surface: Large surface creams generally aim to provide basic hydration and daily protection. The results can be more general.

    Drugstore: Drugstore creams can offer more targeted results depending on the skin's needs, for example, anti-aging, anti-dark spots, or intensive hydration.

    Professional: Professional creams used by estheticians can provide more specific results and are often used as part of professional treatments to address specific skin concerns.

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