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It has been quite a while since I posted something skincare-related!

But my skin care routine is different during the hotter months of the year. I use less harsh, more lightweight products!  Plus I had some amazing skincare to try ( *hint hint: Omorovicza* ), then kind of forgot about this one. But now with the seasons changing and this transitional weather, my skin gives me signs it needs a change too! So it is time to take out the big guns!


This is the Diptyque Infused Facial Water for the Face! It is part of the L’Art du Soin skincare system Diptyque came out with this early Spring. I bought the Infused Water when I bought the Diptyque Nourishing Cleansing Balm for the Face and the Diptyque Radiance Boosting Powder for the Face, both previously reviewed ( click the links ).


The Diptyque Facial Water is just my kind of face water! Since I gave up on using tap water to wash my face, morning and evening, I have noticed a big improvement in the texture and appearance of my skin. What I do is to soak a cotton pad with this water and apply it on my face using gentle, circular motions. It takes off all the dead cells, grease or impurities. I also have noticed that my pores are less visible too!

This product counts double in the economy of my skincare routine: as a cleanser and as a toner.


The Diptique Infused Facial Water is, in fact, an infused water to use on your face. Its particularity is that it is enriched  with Rosa Damascena hydrosol* and infused with Nasturitium, plus a blend of nine traditional plants and flower extracts. It acts like a treatment to bring back radiance to your complexion, it revitalizes and energizes the skin, getting it ready for the next step in your skincare routine.

What about you? Do you have problems with your skin in this transitional weather? If so, what are your recommendations in terms of products?

See you soon, beautiful!

xx, Annie



*hydrosol = aqueous products of distillation

*Rosa Damascena hydrosol = rose water, the hydrosol portion of the distillate of rose petals, a by-product of the production of rose oil for use in perfume. It is used to flavour food, as a component in some cosmetic and medical preparations, and for religious purposes throughout Europe and Asia. Rose syrup is made from rose water, with sugar added.