Like most women in their forties and up, one of my main concerns in life is wrinkles. Which may sound a bit shallow, but it's actually quite the opposite. To me, taking care of your skin is so important for confidence and self esteem. I spent most of my twenties worrying about my skin too. But for slightly different reasons.
Having spent most of my life in the modeling and TV industries I've experienced more than my fair share of beauty products. I realised early on in my career that most cosmetics did not agree with my sensitive skin.
I considered this an occupational hazard of a glamorous job for the first 5 years of my career. Then I began to school myself on ingredient lists. And this is how I discovered that it wasn't all beauty products I was allergic to, it was just the ones that were formulated with certain toxic ingredients.
These days we are far more aware of what we put on and in our bodies. But, when it comes to anti-aging skincare, I rarely come across a woman who knows exactly which products to choose for her skin.
I created The Rich Skin Club to help busy women who want to improve their skin and are seeking a 'clean beauty' solution.
I take the confusion out of anti-aging skincare by translating marketing jargon and ingredient lists, showing you exactly what your skin type needs and how to slow down the aging process.
Together we create new and healthy skincare habits that give you fast, visible results!
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