The first female doctor of her generation in 1913, Nadia Payot was a generous woman who asserted her desire very early on to put her knowledge and medical expertise to work for women's beauty.
Through observing star dancer Anna Pavlova, Nadia Payot introduced her customers to facial exercise with active and preventive treatment. In 1950, this technique led to the 42-movement technique, a massage in the form of passive exercise with the objective of making muscles reactive, flexible, and elastic.
The PAYOT Research & Development Centre, which brings together dermatologists, pharmacists, chemists, and drug form specialists, has now created a true Dermo-Cosmetics centre. In continuous contact with experts in biology, biochemistry, biotechnologies, bioengineering, and clinical research, it is an enthusiastic team of true experts in their fields. Together, they decipher the secrets of the skin and mysteries of the cells to develop treatments that respond to real beauty issues. Following a quality charter and controls, each development stage is based on strong ethics that inspire and dictate our commitments: