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Welcome! My name is Seanna Cohen and I’m a certified skin care therapist, and the founder of Elodie Beauty, a space to celebrate authentic beauty that radiates both inside and out.

I’ve experienced it all: skin sensitivities, acne, allergies, product confusion, information overload, and general frustration. As I delved into the world of beauty, I quickly discovered that my anxieties around cosmetic products and beauty regimen were not uncommon. Enter Elodie. I have created this site as a resource for you, a one-stop, thoroughly-researched reference to save you the trouble of finding and testing beauty solutions that work – and that are good for you. Here you can read about my own personal experiences, discover DIY recipes, and access researched information about the latest and best beauty products. Learn how to beautify effectively and simply, without compromising your health or the environment. Share your own discoveries and be part of a community of support and guidance as you seek simple solutions for your unique beauty and skincare needs.

Come on and join me and be inspired to live a clean, green, beautiful life!

Comments

  1. says

    Hi Seanna well you certainly have lovely and very white skin. I live in Central Qld in a place called Yeppoon, Australia. My query is which one is bad to wear on your skin in the day ( that is in the sun – it is always sunny here)
    – fresh aloe Vera or fresh paw paw. I have been told but cannot recall and keep mixing them up. I find the fresh aloe Vera gel from my garden applied at night before sleep softens the crusty ol feet of mine incredibly. My challenge is to do it in a daily routine and consistently. I would recommend this natural gel all over our worn and sun damaged areas as a softener but I hope it heals some of my little surface vein sundamaged spots and now visible veins in time. Cheers Andi

    • says

      Hi Andi,

      Thanks for your comment! I’m not that familiar with paw paw (we don’t have it here :)) but I believe it does contain fruit acids which are great for exfoliating (like papaya, pinapple etc.) but can make your skin more sensitive in the sun and so avoid applying this during the day. Aloe on the other hand has no side effects in the sun and is perfectly safe to wear during the day. Hope that helps! Cheers! Seanna

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