with Juliette Lévy La crème
de la crème!
Founder of the concept store Oh my Cream.
According to Juliette Lévy founder of Oh my Cream, the French perfumeries seem to all offer the same kind of products.
People get weary of them, which gave Juliette, a young 26 year old entrepreneur, the idea to create something different.
Her idea was to share the beauty secrets of experts and to present a sharp and “clean” selection of products in a special environment.
At her concept store and e-shop Oh my Cream! some brands are already very well known, some are more confidential, others quite impossible to find in France.
“The brands I sell have their ‘expertise’ and ‘results’ in common”, says Juliette.
We caught up with the charming young entrepreneur in her bright and modern Parisian offices.
What is your beauty routine?
“I use Precleanse from Dermalogica as a make-up remover, and I follow up with Evercalm Cleansing Gel from REN or Gentle Gel Cleanser from Grown Alchemist. I follow these two steps every night.
Two to three times a week, after thoroughly cleaning my skin, I apply Aura Manuka Honey Mask from Antipodes. It cleans in depth and hydrates my skin.
I particularly like the natural Egyptian Magic balm. It’s quite greasy and repairs everything!
I regularly use an exfoliant. I find the grainy one too acidic for my skin. I prefer the glycolactic mask from REN. »
What are your favorite spots in Paris
Nanashi bento, courtyard Rue de Tournon
Breakfast at Claus in the 1st arrondissement: 14, rue J.J Rousseau
The maple syrup cake at Mori Yoshida pastry shop in the 7th arrondissement.
Espace Bikram in the 17th arrondissement
A touristic place that you love
Walking from the Tuileries to the Louvre
A very Parisian place that you love
I love looking for little treasures at Merci (concept-store) or brunch there on Saturdays
I regularly go on a shopping spree at e-shop Ysé, the new lingerie brand Made In France. It’s great and it is my chic Parisian dream come true.
For interior decoration, I often go to Blou
Brunch: Hôtel Particulier in Montmartre