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Throughout history, what we deem beautiful is essentially a reflection of our values. So, not surprisingly, the postpandemic-lockdown world has left an indelible mark on the beauty-scape, prompting a shift from the superficial to a more-than-skin-deep, feel-good beauty. Skincare sales surged this year as self-care and skin health, rather than flawless selfie opportunities, became our aesthetic priority.

“Skin is a stress perceiver and a target for stress response; it’s squarely in the firing line,” explains Madeline Calfas, naturopath, nutritionist and The Wellness Group founder. “We get more

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