Can you introduce yourself?
I'm Marie-Caroline, mom, yoga teacher, author and more.
I support brands like JOD that make a positive impact in the world.
What 3 adjectives could define you?
Sincere, altruistic, optimistic.
What is your greatest pride?
My children of course. And after 15 years in the media to have had the courage to follow my instinct and my passion for well-being during my career change.
What is the most important value that you would like to pass on to your children?
“Keep your eyes open, your heart open, and your mind open.”
What makes you feel good?
Well hydrated skin, Corsica, pure love and friendship, deep house and good energies every day.
What moments do you like to share with your family?
The transmission of what is good and what does good.
Recently I shared with my daughter (pre-teen) all the little beauty tips to take care of her.
Discover new cultures and landscapes together while traveling.
What would you like to achieve that is more ecological?
Consume less plastic /nomoreplastic.co
How do you see yourself in 15 years?
Professionally it’s in writing. And in my personal life I would probably spend more time in Corsica (where my mother is from).
What advice would you give to the person you were 20 years ago?
Work is extremely important, but so is our personal development.
What is a typical day in your life?
Matcha & Buena Onda
Yoga & Music & Working on my projects
Cozy friends/family dinner
What makes you beautiful?
Catching the right vibe and a good night's sleep.
What is your essential beauty routine?
I spread serum on myself morning and evening.
What do you have in your purse?
4 lip balms, my bike keys, my AirPods Pro and my lucky charms.
What made you want to start a business?
I met Angelina Jolie through my old job in 2013 after her preventive mastectomy (for the prevention of breast cancer), a very beautiful person and aura. Her message to the world was to commit to a cause greater than herself!
Also in an increasingly stressful world, I decided to help new generations grow up more peacefully and take care of themselves. My generation learned about the physical and psychological benefits of yoga far too late.
What is your guilty pleasure?
Mochi (Japanese cake).
What are your plans ?
The imminent release of our book with Sara Ravella “Small optimistic dictionary to stay positive (of minds!) in all circumstances and navigate in the middle of pandemics, toxic colleagues, geo-politico-climatic crises, mothers-in-law, exes and other specimens” / Éditions du Limonaire.
What makes you strong
What would you like to change on earth for your children?
Less pollution and more awareness.
What is your definition of beauty?
To be inhabited, to have “a je ne sais quoi” that makes the difference.
What does being natural mean to you?
It is above all a state of mind, and a skin and posture without filters.
I like everything that goes beyond the box. It's sincere and natural.
Your biggest regret ?
The advantage of being without filters is having no regrets and savoring every moment.
Your wildest dream?
A Clean Planet