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""Between simplicity and efficiency. Based on the latest advances in skin microbiome science, VGAMbiome is rethinking the approach to skin care." "
"By taking care to meet the basic needs of our skin, we strengthen the skin barrier intended to protect us from external aggressions."
"The products have a subtle and pleasant herbal odor. Upon application, they calm irritated or sensitized skin and, over the days, the complexion has become clearer and the skin more even."
LE BEL ÂGE
"By moisturizing it and providing it with regular hygiene, we promote the balance of our skin microbiota. Adopting products that respect the skin microbiome can help us maintain this harmony."
HISTOIRE DE S'INSPIRER
"The ingredients used, such as black spruce and cedarwood oils, give the products a very pleasant boreal smell."
"These products reject traditional chemical solutions. They are free from irritants, fragrances and toxic ingredients. The vegan collection promotes ingredients from natural and local resources."
"It's such a simple and effective routine, and Mireille's explanation of it charmed me: everything at V * GAM makes sense and totally matches my values: buying local, natural and healthy."
"By focusing on a light hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, acid-free, fragrance-free and oil-free moisturizer, we also prevent the appearance of "maskne", the acne caused by wearing a mask."
"As with the choice of its ingredients, V * GAM applies strict standards in the choice of its packaging, for a minimal ecological footprint. They smell of cedar and are suitable for both men and women."
"Products designed in Quebec, natural and lasting skin care and values of authenticity and respect? Yes, yes and yes again, because we have really wanted to do ourselves good and take care of ourselves for a few months."
"Using natural, sustainable, local ingredients (the smell (fragrance-free!) comes from the trees in the neighborhood), the company also uses thoughtful packaging for a reduced impact."