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skin advice

My mission is to inspire you to appreciate, understand and love your skin.

Get to know me

Hello, my name is Sonette and I am obsessed with the skin. I can give you a long career history of all my achievements, but that is so boring so instead I’d rather just tell you a little bit about myself and my obsession. 

Even as a little girl skincare fascinated me so I made my own concoctions by mixing my granny’s face creams and perfumes together (cringe) and of course I was very proud of my new found formulations and would apply it to any willing participants (normally only my dad).

Since then I have made it my mission to learn as much about the skin and how ingredients impact this amazing organ. I would like to share my knowledge with you which I gained by working with professionals and consumers globally.

I hope I can make a positive difference in your life by helping you understand the largest and most fascinating organ of your body, your skin.

A quote i love

Never be ashamed of yourself. Because you are born into one skin. You can scar it, stretch it, burn it, mark it, tan it, peel it. But you are always in it, so you might as well learn to love it. - Anonymous



I offer a full range of information so you can best get to know your skin

Fun Facts



Collagen accounts for 75% of your skin’s dry weight and that is why everyone is obsessed with collagen.

Facial Expressions


There are 36 muscles of facial expressions that contributes to lines and wrinkles, also known as ‘expression lines’, so we can’t blame the sun entirely for our wrinkles.

The skin is the largest organ of the human body.

Its main function is to protect you from the environment you live in, i.e. ultra violet rays, pollution, chemicals, temperature, etc. Emotions, stress, diet, medication, skin products and treatments will affect your skin health.

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Skin Types

Your skin type is genetic, so there is very little you can do with products and treatments to change it, however you can make it healthier. With that being said it is vital to remember that once you stop using the products, your skin will return to its normal state, i.e. oily skin using a clay mask will minimise the oil, however if you stop using the mask your skin will get the oily shine again in a day or two.

Skin types are categorised according to the natural oil production and pore size. A dry skin will have very small pores compared to an oily skin which has larger pores.

Typical skin types are: dry, oily, normal/ combination and acne.

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Skin Conditions

Your skin can pretty much change on a daily basis based on your external and internal environment.

There are a variety of skin conditions and you may experience multiple of these at any given time no matter your skin type.

The best part is that we can positively change skin conditions or prevent them with products or treatments.

The typical skin conditions are: dehydration, hyperpigmentation, breakouts, congestion, sensitivity and photo-ageing.


Caring for your skin

With the right products you can change your skin. We get two types of skincare regimens, Advanced and Basic.

When you are younger and everything in your skin works at optimum levels you just need a basic skincare regimen. This will consist of a pH balanced cleanser, a light moisturiser and sun protection.

When you get older, processes in your skin slows down, i.e. your cell renewal rate slows down to between 30 to 90 days whereas in your teenage years it took about 12 to 20 days. For this reason we need to give our skins more help by following an advanced skincare regimen consisting of a pH balanced cleanser,  one or two serums, an exfoliant, a moisturiser, an eye cream, sun protection and mask (if desired) with monthly aesthetic treatments.

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