Welcome To My World 
A creative-run bodycare company of one for distinctive people. But unlike many beauty brands that peddle dubious promised fixes to turn back time, alongside adverts of younger models that all look the same, with plump, creaseless skin, persuading us to look alike. Or selling potions, bloated with too many ingredients, and then to highlight only one or two that are significant. I take an alternative approach, and make plant-rich formulas for skin and scent, to instead embrace our lives and aging as we mature, a personal process unique to each of us. But where every ingredient has a purpose, to nourish and protect – plus a sensuous experience. Meticulously handmade at my studio in Toronto.

First, I'd like to point out that I believe unequivocally that every realm of human creative endeavour can show us a way to ourselves; to guide us, to nourish our minds and moods. So along with making bodycare to nourish and protect, a project in the pipeline is a blog I'll author named, The Library, where intimacy, pleasure and creativity are the goals.

As a shift from the beard and beauty culture that primarily focus on the body aesthetic. I go deep, past the dermis to the marrow, with articles for a rethink on how we want to run our every day lives and that prompt a different view on relationships, self, culture and more, delivered straight to your inbox in a calm, entertaining, reassuring, sane voice – because few of us manage to be these things very much of the time. 

Next, I'm aiming at a kind and discerning individual that embraces life-long learning and development and never wanting to be everything to everybody, but instead offers only the very best of their self to an exciting few.

Finally, this site will evolve and mature, parts of it will change and improve (like this page and the About page to be more about you, than me) and pages added. But look around and consider subscribing to my newsletter, so we can keep in touch.

Giuseppe de Caria

But before you go, I'd like to welcome you to my world with a song from Inner City, Good Life.