Beauty Essential: Dolce & Gabbana Skincare

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

In Paris few things are as important as clear, glowing skin. The Parisian girls almost intimidate you with their confidence even sans makeup. It’s like they roll out of bed, put on some mascara, sweep the hair away from their eyes and head out. Or perhaps they do? I don’t know, but it’s actually so impressive.


So, while in Paree, clear skin was my number one goal, which is why I brought along my Dolce & Gabbana skincare essentials. The Essential Cleansing WaterAurealux Cream.


Every night, after using my face wash, I applied the cleansing water directly to a dry cotton pad and gently wiped over face and lips until the rest of the oils from my skin were thoroughly removed. Think of it as a toner?

The scent is fresh and leaves my face fresh, oil-free (since my skin is oil prone) and hydrated.

Following the Cleansing Water I would apply a small amount of Aurealux Cream into the palm, warm, and smooth on the entire face and neck. .

The Aurealux Cream is infused with the exclusive Gold Flavo-Silk Tricomplex™, with gold silk sericin, Italian olive oil extract and Vitamin B3, a unique trio of ingredients designed to perfect the complexion, infuse skin with moisture and strengthen the skin’s elasticity (credit to D&G).

The result? 8 days of glowing, Parisian approved skin. It’s true. Less is more.

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Photography by Julia Duffy

Makeup my Inna Heigh

Hair by Amber Myam





3 Responses to “Beauty Essential: Dolce & Gabbana Skincare”

  1. Alexandra Donlin says:

    You look absolutely stunning in this shoot!! Would love to get my hands on these products

  2. jen says:

    why if this post is about skincare did you completely cake on tons of makeup? seems like it would’ve been much more effective to show how the product truly works and how clear/glowing etc your skin is without makeup. like you talked about the Parisian girls having confidence even sans makeup. Anyone can claim a product works and then layer a pound of makeup on like you did to hide their true skin. Didn’t you end your post with, “less is more”? Follow what you say, the whole post seems ridiculous because you covered your face with a colorful mask.

    • societygrl says:

      I love to get my makeup done for photos. This is my job and prefer to get a makeup artist when I do bigger project. I’m sure you would, too. Don’t tell me you believe all that all the beauty/skincare ads don’t have any makeup LOL.