What is Avène?

What is Avène? Avène combines hydrotherapy and dermatology, making it more advanced than “just spring water.” Moreover, Avène is backed by over 300 research studies. Believe it or not, its thermal spring water falls from the sky – as rain. The water then journeys through the Cevennes Mountain aquifer in Southern France. During this journey, the thermal spring water is produced. The water is highly beneficial for sensitive skin and skin that has been damaged by sun, aging, medications, and skin conditions. It is also has mineral properties that help improve the condition of your skin. As Avène’s thermal spring water travels through underground reservoirs, it becomes infused with silicates and trace elements, creating an expertly balanced mineral composition that is “perfect” for sensitive and damaged skin.

Avène skincare products are known for healing properties, while the Avène hydrotherapy center is known for relaxation and rejuvenation. This skincare company only offers nutrient-rich water that supports mind and body health and well-being. In addition, Avène addresses a variety of skin concerns such as: hypersensitivity, dehydration, and oily skin. Moreover, Avène skin specialists have over 260 years of experience in skincare and skin health. They have the knowledge and expertise to treat and improve all types of skin complexions. So, regardless of whether or not you have normal, dry, oily or sensitive skin, Avène can help you! Most customers report softer, smoother, and “calmer” skin, following Avène treatments. If you are interested in learning more about Avène products, you have come to the right place. This article will help you better understand Avène products, so that you can make the best decision for your skin.

History

  • 1736: The medical benefits of the Saint Odile Spring (near Avène) are discovered. The Saint Odile Spring is a thermal spring believed to have healing properties.
  • 1743: The first thermal spring water facility is constructed in Avène to treat those with eczema, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and burns.
  • 1826: Scientific leaders in dermatology (i.e. Jean-Louis Alibert) recommend Avène’s thermal spring facility to the world.
  • 1874: Avène thermal spring water is used to treat fire victims from the Great Fire of Chicago.
  • 1874: Avène thermal spring reputation skyrockets. It is most known for its soothing properties and ability to successfully to treat a variety of skin conditions.
  • 1975: Pierre Fabre Laboratories purchases the Avène Hydrotherapy Center.
  • 1989: Avène thermal spring water is used to create a full-line of skincare products.
  • 1990: The Avène Hydrotherapy Center is re-opened with up-to-date facilities, and the ability to accommodate 2,000 individuals.
  • 2005: The Avène Hydrotherapy Center is expanded to accommodate approximately 4,000 individuals.

Avène Products

  • RétrinAL 0.05 – 0.1 Cream (An effective skin rejuvenation care that reduces the signs of aging).
  • Skin Recovery Cream (RICH) (This product re-balances, soothes, and protects your dry, sensitive, and irritated skin. It not only guarantees long-lasting skin protection by adding moisture to your skin and restoring its natural barrier, it also reduces skin reactivity, and decreases skin irritation.)
  • Thermal Spring Water (This water “quiets,” softens and soothes dry, sensitive, inflamed, and irritated skin.).
  • Cleanance Gel Soapless Cleanser (This deep-penetrating, soap-free gel cleanser removes excess sebum, toxins and impurities, without stripping your skin of moisture. It also prevents excessive oil production, which is often blamed for acne/blemish outbreaks.).
  • Cold Cream Lip Balm (This lip balm effectively hydrates and nourishes your lips. In fact, the rich formula moisturizes dry, chapped lips, and protects your lips from environmental elements by forming a emollient barrier on them).

References:

Eau Thermale Avène. (2014). Avène. Retrieved from http://www.aveneusa.com/about-your-skin/

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