Where Beauty Gets it Wrong
It seems self-evident that radiance isn't applied, injected, or cut out of you.
Still, according to Grandview Research, the dermal filler market alone reached 3.8 billion USD in 2020.
This doesn't even account for Botox Cosmetic or the billions of dollars in laser treatments and facial products that are solely designed to plump the skin by the mechanism of inflammation.
This obsession with plumping the skin by force stems from a deeply-held, cultural belief that we revitalize the skin by burning and controlling it.
Newsflash: IT'S NOT TRUE, and it DOES NOT WORK.
Suppose it were true that thinning and injecting the skin gives women a radiant glow... Why then, does the plastic surgery market continue to grow?
Why do we keep buying products that don't give us healthy, radiant, beautiful skin?
Yes, the holistic skincare industry is gaining a foothold, and "clean" products have become mainstream, even at Target.
Yet, there continues to be a massive disconnect with education, community, and support for the consumer to put the power of radiance back in her own hands.
Misinformation and consumerism are the literal smoke and mirrors of the internet.
Even the holistic beauty industry tends to get it wrong. Putting all of the emphasis on single note ingredients, trendy facial tools, and professional treatments, leaving out the most essential component- the individual's skill set and self-image at home.
While there are some outliers to this observation; across the board, I see an underwhelming amount of attention put on supporting women to become their own beauty expert.
If you've ever looked in the mirror and felt dismayed with your reflection, the first place to start looking and feeling different, starts at home.
After 15 years in the industry of beauty and skin and working with thousands of women facing the same challenges, I decided there must be a better way.
The general public has all access to professional-grade products and treatments but what they are missing is the professional-grade education, guidance and vision to go with it.
If you are ready to stop buying and using skincare without a plan, you've come to the right place.
What else is possible now?