HIGHER LEARN­ING

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

We get schooled in cus­tomiz­ing skin­care by Valérie Gran­dury, founder of or­ganic skin­care brand Odac­ité. Les­son 1. Thanks to pol­lu­tion, stress and hor­mones, skin is al­ways chang­ing. So should your skin­care. “There’s no such thing as one prod­uct treats all,” says Parisian-born Gran­dury, whose 18 mix-and-match serums al­low you to choose com­bi­na­tions for your skin type. Les­son 2. When in doubt, try the A-stu­dent of oils: wild­car­rot-seed oil, which con­tains vi­ta­mins A, C and E and gives skin a healthy glow. Les­son 3. Oils, beauty’s MVP for 2015, coat skin to keep in mois­ture, but they don’t hy­drate. That’s why Gran­dury launched her Odac­ité Oleo­somes Time Re­lease De­liv­ery Crème ($75). Add two drops of serum to it or use it on its own. The cream con­tains oleo­somes (energy stores found in oil-bear­ing plant seeds), hy­drat­ing hyaluronic acid and car­rot-seed oil.

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