Galdé is a skincare project that aims to combine scientific research with a broader holistic vision.
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Starting from the concept that everything is connected, our mission is to create a hybrid space, made of curiosity and progress, focused on the health of the largest organ of the human body: our skin. This authentic lining is subjected to a constant process of change and regeneration creating a barrier between our within and the world outside. The thinking behind Galdé is the connection; we know that to help heal your skin at source, is necessary a synergistic relationship between: correct skincare, healthy nutrition, psycho-physical wellbeing. Each of these spheres is essential and require constant attention and nourishment.The skincare routine we propose is made of three intentional and essential steps that can be repeated both in the morning and in the evening. Galdé aims to be synonymous with quality, reliability and transparency.From packaging to formula-development, the entire production process is made in specialized Italian laboratories.
All our products are dermatologically tested, vegan, cruelty-free, free from ingredients that can compromise the health of our planet, and made from certified raw materials.
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All our products are dermatologically tested, vegan, cruelty-free, free from ingredients that can compromise the health of our planet, and made from certified raw materials.
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Galdé Journal
Meet Lucrezia
14.05.24
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We had a figure skating champion test the Barrier Balancing Kit for a month. Find Lucrezia Beccari's video interview on Galdé ig profile @galdeskin
20 years old, gold medal at the 2024 European Championships and the dream of the Olympics. We spent a day with Lucrezia Beccari who told us how her passion for figure skating was born. "I put on my skates for the first time at 6 years old and it was love at first sight" Lucrezia tells us, "there was a time when I had health problems the caused me not to experience my athletic endeavors with the peace of mind I had always had, it was a difficult period, but when it passed I felt reborn and I found the little girl who skated again". Lucrezia has been using Galdé products for over a month now, so we take the opportunity to hear her thoughts and ask her about the relationship she has with her skin "I have very sensitive skin, especially since I spend a lot of time on the ice. I love Galdé products because they are also designed for delicate skin like mine, the textures are super light and the Barrier Balancing Kit is a complete skincare routine that I can take with me in my gym bag and use after training. I have always had a positive relationship with my skin, I like to take care of myself". Lucrezia's dedication is a source of inspiration to push us to cultivate our passions, "skincare is self-care" and the deepest sense of self-care is to find our own balance between mind and body.
We had a figure skating champion test the Barrier Balancing Kit for a month. Find Lucrezia Beccari's video interview on Galdé ig profile @galdeskin
Galdé Journal
Workshop Face Yoga
07.05.24
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Face yoga, or facial exercises, is a technique that involves a series of exercises and massages aimed at toning the facial muscles, improving blood circulation and reducing skin aging. Fumiko Takatsu, a Japanese English and yoga teacher, is credited with inventing face yoga.
It was a blast! On May 5th, Galdé hosted the first Face Yoga workshop in Milan. The course began at 5:00 PM in a location in the lively Isola district and was led by instructor Manuela Amabile, who taught us the basic techniques for redefining the oval of the face, draining fluids and obtaining a naturally relaxed and lifted face. We started the warm-up exercises using the Barrier Balance Active Serum, to awaken the face and promote blood circulation. Once the skin was prepared, we continued with more intense exercises using the Barrier Balance Light Cream. All participants also received a complimentary travel-size version of the Barrier Balance Cleansing Gel, our probiotic-based facial cleanser that removes impurities and makeup in one step, leaving skin fresh and hydrated. At the end of the lesson, it was possible to ask specific questions to the teacher while enjoying a glass of champagne together.
Face yoga, or facial exercises, is a technique that involves a series of exercises and massages aimed at toning the facial muscles, improving blood circulation and reducing skin aging. Fumiko Takatsu, a Japanese English and yoga teacher, is credited with inventing face yoga.
Galdé Journal
Anti-inflammatory vegan soup
17.11.23
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This vegetable soup is a delicious and nutritious way to boost your skin health. The ingredients are rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that help to protect your skin from damage. #galdeskin #healingfoods #gutskinaxis
Our food choices can greatly affect the health of our skin. For example, consuming sugary drinks or foods with a high glycemic index can worsen inflammation throughout the body, leading to skin conditions. A healthy diet can be one of the most powerful treatments for skin health. This concept is not new at all, but it seems to have been forget in the era of modern medicine. Adopting an anti-inflammatory diet means including foods that reduce inflammation and/or do not induce inflammatory response on the body. We want to share a simple autumn recipe with ingredients rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties to strengthen the skin's barrier and protect it from damage. Ingredients: Pumpkin, fennel, fresh ginger, leek, olive oil, ginger powder, turmeric powder, coconut milk, salt, pepper. Recipe: Heat the olive oil in a large pan with the spices for 1 minute. Add the pumpkin, fennel and leek, cut into chunks. Cook for 2/3 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Add 2 glasses of water and 1 of coconut milk. Turn heat to low, cover and simmer for 25 minutes. Blend until creamy and smooth.
This vegetable soup is a delicious and nutritious way to boost your skin health. The ingredients are rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that help to protect your skin from damage. #galdeskin #healingfoods #gutskinaxis
Galdé Journal
"Dermatological well-being"
13.09.23
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Understanding the importance and complexity of our skin microbiota can be crucial in the study of a number of skin conditions. #galdeskin #skinmicrobiome
Our skin is home to billions of microorganisms, mostly bacteria, which live symbiotically in what we call the skin microbiota. Each of us is unique, and has a unique skin microbiome. This delicate ecosystem, however, is constantly compromised by external and internal factors such as smog, UV exposure, climate changes, stress, skin diseases etc, which interrupt the normal functions of the bacterial flora, making the environment inhospitable. The skin microbiota plays a fundamental role in maintaining the overall health of our body, as it acts as a protective barrier against external pathogens. Scientific research has shown that a number of skin conditions are now understood to be influenced by a breakdown of this microbial ecosystem. Restoring and preserving its balance therefore becomes the key to achieving a "dermatological well-being". How can we act? Researchers have shown that as well as our gut microbiome, the skin microbiome can also be treated with probiotics. They are excellent allies for all skin types and work on reducing skin inflammation, helping to prevent acne and other skin conditions. They are excellent for promoting hydration and nourishment levels and strengthen the defense capacity of the skin barrier. The result will be long-term healthy and glowing looking skin.
Understanding the importance and complexity of our skin microbiota can be crucial in the study of a number of skin conditions. #galdeskin #skinmicrobiome
Galdé Journal
Words explained
26.06.23
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Skin microbiome: or skin flora, is the collection of microorganisms (including bacteria, fungi, viruses and mites) present on the skin, living in perfect symbiosis with our body · Probiotics: living microorganisms (also called "good bacteria") which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host Prebiotics: nutrients for "good bacteria" · Postbiotics: bacterial-derived products
Did you know that the skin is the largest organ of human body? Exactly like our gut, there is also a skin microbiota. An alteration of the microbiota, due to various external factors or stress, can increase states of inflammation and metabolic pathologies. However, recent studies show that it is possible to take "good bacteria" through special cosmetic formulations. How? Since probiotics are living microorganisms and would not survive within cosmetics, in cosmetic formulations we will find Postbiotics (preparations of inanimate microorganisms and/or their components that confers a health benefit to the host) + Prebiotics, also known as “nutrients” for the good bacteria already present in our skin. The combination of pre + postbiotics guarantees an optimal mix for restoring the skin barrier.
Skin microbiome: or skin flora, is the collection of microorganisms (including bacteria, fungi, viruses and mites) present on the skin, living in perfect symbiosis with our body · Probiotics: living microorganisms (also called "good bacteria") which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host Prebiotics: nutrients for "good bacteria" · Postbiotics: bacterial-derived products
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