If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my work as a beauty editor in London, it’s our approach to Skin Care here in the UK is madness different from elsewhere in Europe. Take for example in France, where Dermatologist Very rich and science-based, affordable and easily accessible skin care. In fact French skin care well-known as the gold standard, and this is something that, until very recently, I have always agreed to.
But late last year, I visited Stockholm for the first time and I really couldn’t believe what I saw. It’s no exaggeration when I say that everybody I find there are some of the healthiest and brightest skin I’ve seen. Women and men both shine on the streets, like pure visions of health and wealth. Honestly, I was blown away by the bright local lights. And it’s not that I didn’t know that this could happen; I just assumed all ideas Scandinavian women Having great skin is a stereotype — but it’s not.
And this confused me. In terms of weather, England and Sweden are not worlds apart. Like the UK, the Scandinavian countries have few hours of daylight, their winters are nearly year-round, and locals spend most of their time outside battling strong winds. So what’s going so wrong with my skin? During my 24 hours in Stockholm, I made it my mission to uncover the secrets of their skin. Here are three very simple things they do that we don’t (and the best products for the job).