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Meet Kimberley Cohen, co-founder and artistic director of Maisons Pariente

Hello Kimberley, thank you for being with us. First of all, can you tell us about your morning beauty routine?

Yes of course with pleasure! So I cleanse my skin with Tata Harper’s Nourishing Oil Cleanser, which I love, then I apply Joëlle Ciocco’s Intensive Eyelip eye cream and then I apply Tata Harper’s Crème Riche – I often use it first to help the products penetrate. Finally, I use either the Retinoic Nutrient Face Oil from Tata Harper or the rose oil fom Pai – it depends on what my skin needs.

Your favorite products of the moment? 

What are your essentials when you travel? 

On the plane, I can’t do without a hand cream; this one from Clarins is great!

Have you inherited a beauty trick that has been passed down from generation to generation?

So my mom uses pure Vitamin E Oil that you can find for example at Aroma Zone. On the side of use, it is necessary to humidify a little the face before applying it. It is a gesture that repairs the skin in depth. In winter when I go skiing, to rehydrate my skin and to give it a real boost, I leave it on, like a mask. It’s quite thick but the result is guaranteed!  

And finally, if you had to recommend a place of well-being?

Without hesitation the Spa of the Hotel Le Coucou Méribel! There is something very soothing about the view of the valley which brings an incredible luminosity and there is this crazy contrast between this very clear, very pure atmosphere and the cabins which are very dark. I recommend the Radiance Signature Facial and the Silhouette Resculpting Massage – two treatments signed by Tata Harper, partner of the Spa. Something I also particularly appreciate at Le Coucou is that the Spa offers a first facial for teenagers. A great way to introduce your child to the key gestures and to spend an excellent mother/daughter, mother/son, father/daughter, father/son moment.


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