I am proud to be apart of the Slow Beauty movement.
The Slow Beauty movement describes a fast growing sub-culture of beauty therapists who have lost faith in the ‘quick-fix’, often invasive products and procedures that abound in the beauty industry and are drawn to a holistic approach to skincare with a focus on dermo-nutrition, wellness and genuine skin health from the inside out.
The Slow Beauty movement is following a similar trajectory to the Slow Food movement and reflects a similar shift in values away from short-term convenience towards slower, deeper and truer ideals.
The tides of change are well underway and there is now a new generation of beauty therapists leading the way in holistic, ‘slow’ beauty.
I believe if your body is healthy, your skin will look great. If your skin is healthy, the rest of your body would be feeling great too. Your skin is a reflection of what’s going on, on the inside.
I like to think of Slow Beauty, as a gentle but very direct way of getting healthy, long term results for skin. There is nothing that says this means we can’t get results with a skin in a week! But it requires commitment by the owner of that skin.
It means you’re not just treating the symptoms by slapping a cream over the top. It means you are looking at the body as a WHOLE, and treating the skin as a WHOLE. It also means you are looking ahead to a healthy future by making lifestyle changes, not just for your skin, but for your WHOLE SELF.
There’s only one YOU, so look after you and give you your best.