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When Liz McMillan first discovered a natural approach to beauty, something clicked. She has been passionately pursuing holistic health ever since. For the last two decades, Liz has nurtured and supported clients at her Whakatane-based clinic, Face and Fragrance. As a beauty therapist and a qualified health coach, she complements her healing facials with nutritional coaching, helping clients to enjoy lasting health and beauty. Liz is a Slow Beauty champion, enthusiastic about yoga, Pilates, meditation, home-cooking and self-love.

Liz, can you tell us about how you started your career in beauty therapy?

I trained as a beauty therapist in the mid-seventies. At only eighteen years old, I was the youngest student in the class. At the time, my decision to enter beauty school was sort of going against the grain. I got told, more than a few times, to follow a more ‘normal’ career path by studying business, nursing or teaching instead. But pursuing beauty therapy was the best decision I ever made and has given me a lifelong career and passion.

Do you specialise in any one area in your beauty clinic?

I have been fortunate over the years to have experienced all sorts of things but my core practice always seems to come back to two main treatments: electrolysis and facials. The satisfaction I get in giving someone a beautiful facial – making them feel special by delivering the best experience possible – is unbeatable.

Being able to offer clients reiki healing with my facials is also very special. I love channelling this beautiful, healing energy, if the client should so desire it. It can be quite extraordinary what people experience.

How did you discover a holistic view of beauty therapy?

About 25 years ago, I felt like I just wasn’t on the right path. I wasn’t getting what I wanted out of the beauty industry and, in my heart, I knew there had to be another direction. Janine Tait and I bumped into each other around that time: we were both scratching our heads thinking, there has to be more to beauty therapy. What is it?

Although we were passionate about skin health, we were at a crossroads. Janine and I attended a talk by Janice Smith at the Parnell Rose Gardens in Auckland. Janice spoke about her skincare range, Janesce, and how she combined her products with nutritional advice.

At that moment, the penny dropped! Treating the skin with beautiful plant essences as well as wholefood nutrition completed the picture of beauty. It was a turning point in my life.

How has Janesce grown in New Zealand since those early days?

Back then, when I first discovered Janesce, programs needed to be developed in our country for therapists to feel confident about adopting this holistic approach. When Janine Tait became the New Zealand distributor of Janesce, she really brought about positive change in our industry. She truly exceeded my expectations in what was possible. Janine has developed highly professional training programs that allow therapists to feel confident about doing their jobs properly. She has created a supportive community around holistic beauty therapy. Because of this, I now feel truly accomplished as a skin therapist.

How has adopting the Janesce approach shaped your practice?

Everything changed when I started getting involved with Janesce and using their products in my clinic. The Janesce skincare range has an enormous healing capacity. Working with herbal remedies, cleansing the internal body, supplementing with oils, vitamins and minerals and correcting the diet – this range is really quite amazing.

I started seeing first-hand what results could be achieved when we change what people are eating and drinking coupled with the use of natural, plant-based products. I love educating clients about the basics of nutrition, teaching them to incorporate whole-foods and eliminate packaged foods, then supporting them in making small sustainable steps in the right direction.

Of course, this takes commitment from the client too; it’s challenging, but it is something I can really sink my teeth into!

How did you pursue your interest in nutrition and healing?

I followed up my passion in the nutrition side of skincare by training as a health coach. This has allowed me to work on a deeper level with my clients. I am an investigator as well as a therapist, and I provide more useful tools to achieve better results.

Emotions play an equally crucial part in our health. The impact that stress has on the body is huge. When we are stressed or constantly on the go, never taking time to slow down, chew our food properly and relax, this impacts our digestion, our sleep and our response to everyday life.

Having this knowledge has given me more confidence. It has shaped me as a therapist – I work more intuitively which is a beautiful thing to be able to do.

How does Bestow Beauty fit into your clinic?

The Bestow Beauty oils are high quality internal products which address the deficiencies in clients’ diets. I love handing out the Bestow recipes to clients: they can literally have their cake and eat it too! The Bestow Recipe Books fit in perfectly here. People don’t have to miss out on their favourite foods, they just have to prepare them differently and substitute certain ingredients.

Looking into the future, where do you see beauty therapy heading?

I think that working with nutrition is the sustainable way forward for the beauty industry. Skin is really a reflection of what is going on in the body, especially the gut, the immune system and the brain. All systems of the body are affected by what you eat, and the skin reaps and reflects the amazing benefits of improved internal systems.

Do you have any advice for beauty therapists who are just starting their career?

I think when it all boils down, the most important thing is self-love. Take care of yourself by finding a balance between career, relationships, spirituality and exercise. The most powerful practices for me personally, are meditation, affirmations and lots of self-care.

When it comes to your career, remember that quick fixes don’t last and the results are never what they could be with a more natural approach. Tune into your own inner guidance and trust those gut instincts. Choose a product range that works and reflects your values and find an area of expertise that is uniquely yours.

  • August 17, 2017

At the beginning of April, 100 beauty therapists from around New Zealand gathered in Tauranga for the Janesce National Conference, themed, ‘A Holistic Journey – How to care for yourself, your clients and your business’.

The women spent two days at the ‘Waters Edge’ venue enjoying the harbour views, inspiring professional development and the chance to catch up with like-minded ‘slow beauty’ therapists over the deliciously nutritious meals that are a trademark of Janesce training.

By Kathryn Overall

Business Is Always Personal

Janine Tait (of Janesce and Bestow) introduced the key conference theme that caring is a pathway in thriving – for our clients, our businesses and ourselves.

She said: “We often separate our business and our personal lives, but I believe that business is always personal – especially in the wellness sector when our businesses exist to support the health and well-being of others. The way you care for yourself, your clients and your business are all vitally interconnected.”

Janesce Panel | Healing Skin Disorders

A highlight of the conference was hearing amazing case studies of skin transformation from a panel of Janesce therapists. Julia O’Gorman, Gemma Moran, Simone Rose, Nicole Webb and Shannon Denby shared stories of clients who had severe cases of skin disorders such as acne, peri-oral dermatitis, hypersensitive skin and rosacea.

‘Before and after’ photos showed dramatic transformations; not only in the client’s skin but also in their confidence and self-esteem. The therapists remarked on the power of the Janesce hypersensitive range and nutrition protocols to heal skin, as well as the importance of coaching clients through the diet and lifestyle changes necessary to truly transform skin from the inside out.

Nicole said, ‘the fact that I have helped my client get her confidence back gave me so much encouragement that this is what I am supposed to be doing.”

Julia O’Gorman said, “I have been working with Janesce for ten years and I was once again reassured by the dramatic skin transformation and how quickly it happened when the client adhered to all the instructions I gave her.”

Leading the Way with Wellness

Janine observed during the conference that wellness, holistic care, and slow beauty are all slowly starting to become mainstream phrases.

She said: “We need to clearly communicate that for Janesce therapists, wellness is not a trend. It’s right at the heart of everything we do and has been for the last 30 years.

She encouraged Janesce therapists to continue in their passion for holistic skincare. “It’s your time to help expand the influence of the Slow Beauty movement in your corner of the world – one client at a time. It’s the care you show for the one, that will help us collectively to influence the many.”

Exciting Developments with Bestow

Most Janesce therapists use Janine Tait’s ‘Bestow’ range of skin-friendly super-food blends, recipe books and rituals to support clients through the Janesce nutritional protocols.

During the conference, Janine reported on the successful launch of Bestow University earlier this year, (a free online training platform available to Bestow stockists) which introduces the Bestow approach to skin nutrition and the science and story behind beach Bestow product.

She said: “We put our heart and soul into making this training inspiring and accessible for therapists and we were blown away by how popular it has been.”

Around 75% of those in attendance had already graduated from Bestow University and given extremely positive feedback.




During the conference, Janine joined forces with her sisters Robyn Fairweather of Bestow, and Denise Arnold of the Cambodia Charitable Trust, to launch the Bestow Sisterhood.

This is a new beauty industry charitable initiative, creating an opportunity for beauty clinics to sponsor the education of a vulnerable girl in rural Cambodia. The session was very moving and as Denise told stories of despair and hope, the emotion in the room was palpable. 44 Cambodian girls were sponsored in response to the session – the most generous response the Cambodia Charitable Trust has ever had
from one gathering.


Launch of SAVOUR | Skin-friendly Vegetarian Recipe Book

No Janesce conference is complete without the launch of a recipe book, and this year was no exception. Foodie, photographer and designer, Sheryl Nicholson, did a cooking demonstration in which she introduced her favourite recipe, ‘Zucchini Wraps’ from SAVOUR, the new vegetarian recipe book from Bestow.

Sheryl explained that Savour offers a tasty collection of one-dish savoury meals, which celebrate organic, locally grown, seasonal vegetables. With energising summer meals and nourishing fare for the cooler months, this recipe collection helps therapists and clients alike to eat well all year round.




Kathryn Overall is a Tauranga-based freelance writer and advocate of the Slow Beauty movement.

  • April 26, 2017

Simone Rose walks the walk when it comes to holistic skincare. At her tranquil salon in Auckland, she offers pampering facials, and holistic skincare advice. Using her self-professed “messy” drawings, Simone teaches her clients the behind-the-scenes science of skin health and helps them to make sustainable changes to their diet, lifestyle and skincare routine to achieve naturally healthy skin. Simone puts her whole self into her salon, sharing her own beauty rituals and personal life stories to help motivate her clients.


Simone & Kirsten Lemon Water



This is of utmost importance to me – having great skin myself gives my clients confidence in me. They trust me and often ask me what products I use, what my exercise regime is and what meals I eat. Modelling this lifestyle inspires them to make the necessary changes in their own lives.


From a really young age, I have been passionate about health. My mum introduced me to face creams and body lotions while I was still at primary school and I was instantly hooked. At 13, I used the money from my first job to join a gym. I always tried to follow a healthy diet, but looking back, I didn’t really have a good handle on nutrition yet.


Simone Rose Consultation



My daughter, Ella, was diagnosed with autism when she was two years old. It was heart breaking. Luckily, my passion for natural health had already begun to grow, so I refused to use any drugs in her treatment.

Had I not just signed a new lease for my clinic, I probably would have thrown in the towel and spent all my time with Ella. Instead, I had to dig deep and find the strength to heal my daughter while making my business a success.

I undertook extensive research on autism. I learned about toxic chemicals in our cleaning products and pesticides, and additives in our food. As a result of this my home and my salon became green and organic.

Through the work of Doctor Leila Mason, I discovered the link between autism and gut health. I removed dairy, gluten and processed sugar from Ella’s diet and focused on whole-foods. These changes had a major impact on Ella’s health and I watched the heavy fog lift from my little girl’s eyes. She has since grown into a bright, charming, sweet thing!


Simone & Ella Feeding Fish at Salon Entrance

Ella Watering Salon Plants



This is my absolute favourite part of my job! I have a particular interest in working with stubborn rosacea, dermatitis and acne. My role is to educate the client on what is happening to their skin and inspire them to make the changes needed so that, together, we can reap the rewards.

There are three steps I follow in healing unhealthy skin.

Step One: Consultation
Clients fill out an online form before we meet. When I read through it, I highlight areas of concern and start to detect where problems stem from. During the consultation, we discuss these areas in depth. More information always comes to light, helping me complete my diagnosis and enabling me to create a personalised skin program.

Step Two: Internals
I explain what organs have been affected and how this manifests in their skin health and I draw (messy!) pictures to help explain this. I’m no artist, but I find these pictures gain the client’s respect as they can see the science underpinning my advice.

Step Three: Externals
My drawings help demonstrate the importance of the epidermis and its layers, bi-layers and barrier. I describe what damage my clients’ current skincare products might have done, always being careful not to blame the client for this. I have never come across someone who purposely destroyed their skin barrier or damaged their health. I focus on helping them to make positive changes from then on.


Simone with Amiee Prescribing After Facial



Many moons ago, I attended Janesce Step One Training with Janine Tait. There, I realised that the majority of the beauty industry had it wrong. Janine is revolutionising the beauty education industry for the better. I am incredibly grateful that I get to come along for the ride and absorb her beauty knowledge treasures.

I love that the Janesce philosophy is based on science and that the range is organic. Ever since my research into autism, I have developed a real appreciation for organics.


In the past, I had left the beauty industry because I wasn’t seeing results. Salon owners were always disappointed by my sales, but I’m not a salesperson and I couldn’t sell something that I didn’t believe in.

When I opened my own salon, I decided to only sell products that really work. With Janesce, I am never afraid that a client is going to be disappointed or have a bad reaction. Even on the most sensitive skin, Janesce yields wonderful results.


Simone Rose Soothing Mist



I love the Bestow Beauty range because it helps me truly heal my clients’ skin. I can’t un-block pores or bowels or flush the liver with moisturiser! The Bestow Beauty oils work from the inside out, making it easy for me to heal skin disorders from where they originate. The packaging is also absolutely stunning!


Ella Bestow Plus Oil



Slow Beauty means working in harmony with one’s own biology. In other words, supplying the body with what it needs, then being patient while it uses those tools to transform the skin. It takes time because we are correcting the source of the problem instead of masking it by removing a symptom.


Take baby steps with your clients. Start by suggesting lemon water in the mornings, then move on to Bestow Oil, teach them about omega fats, tell them to slow down and enjoy tea in a pretty cup. Take it slow for lasting results.

Get personal. Don’t be afraid to tell your clients about yourself, what you do for your health and the health of your family – it inspires them.


The Roses



My social media communications are a continuation of ‘My Story’ found on my website.

I use Instagram photos to open a window into my healthy lifestyle and beauty knowledge for potential clients, and to inspire regular clients. I use Facebook as a cheap advertising avenue. Often I use the same photo from Instagram, but I provide more written information. You can target your audience and boost the post for as little as $5!

I write a blog to keep a personal dialogue going with my regular clients. I can’t spend their whole visit with me talking, so the posts showcase information about my lifestyle and what I can do as a skin specialist, that they may not otherwise have a chance to know.

  • April 26, 2017

For Shelley Foster of Jamele Skincare Centre, the philosophy of Slow Beauty is in her blood.

Shelley’s mum, Pat Foster, opened the doors to her pioneering beauty therapy clinic over 30 years ago. Jamele was created out of Pat’s passion for natural living and holistic skincare long before it was trendy. Today, Shelley continues her mother’s legacy, running Jamele with enthusiasm and a commitment to natural health. Jamele is a sanctuary – a relaxing escape from Tauranga’s hustle and bustle, where clients are treated with kindness, care and respect by Shelley’s highly trained and handpicked team of therapists. Shelley strives to improve, nurture, protect and support her clients’ skin; valuing ageless beauty and offering thoughtfully holistic skincare treatments.


Shelley, where does your passion for holistic health come from?

Growing up, Mum was particular about what the family ate. There were often strange drinks brewing and bubbling away in the fridge and, in one gulp, Mum would drink them down. With an influence like this, I was destined to be interested in natural health.

As I became involved in Jamele, I took my intrigue further by attending seminars on diet and health within the beauty industry. I frequently read about nutrition and became especially fond of the likes of Leslie Kenton and Adelle Davis back in the 1980s.

How do you embody holistic beauty in your life?

1_Shelley_Circle-768x768I follow the ‘everything in moderation’ philosophy. I try to have a balanced diet and a balanced life. I love Adelle Davis’s famous quote, “eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper.” Achieving balance can be challenging at times and I’m not perfect by any means, but I also don’t remonstrate myself for my failings.

In the clinic, I try very hard to achieve calm, balance and integrity. I keep an eye on what is happening in our industry to see if new theories and philosophies are out there that fit with our ethos. I embrace the latest scientific research findings that improve skin health and our treatments reflect that.

How does the Janesce range fit into your holistic view of beauty?

You can’t help but appreciate the quality of the Janesce products. They support natural processes of the skin, allowing the skin to function as our first line of defence. Janesce continues to be the only skincare range that places great importance on nutrition. While some medical practitioners still believe that diet has nothing to do with skin health, innovative companies like Janesce acknowledge this crucial link.

Training is an important part of Jamele as every staff member must be of the same, consistently high, standard. The Janesce training and professional development that Janine Tait provides is of the highest quality. Her talks are inspiring, uplifting and increase therapist͛s knowledge and confidence. You always learn something new about the products and yourself.


Where does the Bestow Beauty range fit in at Jamele?

Bestow has become a fabulous contributor to skin health and it sits comfortably alongside our existing skincare ranges. Bestow benefits clients with every skin condition by supporting the barrier function of the skin, brain function and cognitive thought and reducing inflammation throughout the body. It is a product range that treats the body as a whole.


What is most difficult about running a beauty therapy clinic?

One of the biggest challenges is finding staff who are passionate about their craft and who want to continue their education in our field. At Jamele, we adopt a holistic approach to beauty, so it is necessary that our staff members share this philosophy. Finding someone who embodies these values isn’t always easy.

How do you address this challenge?

Before I hire a new therapist, I have to be sure she can fit into our culture. I ask the whole team to meet and spend time with the potential employee. They assess her treatments and whether she is open to learning. This helps me decide if it will be a good fit. We try hard to make it a fun and enjoyable process, rather than one of intimidation.

I also apply the Golden Rule to both clients and employees: I treat them as I would want to be treated myself.

Can you explain how both machine-based treatments and massage fit into your beauty clinic?

Touch and massage have huge importance when it comes to skincare treatment. The recuperative powers of touch and massage are immeasurable and, hopefully, most of us have been lucky enough to experience their restorative power. Massage is also greatly beneficial to the skin and circulation.

Machine-based treatments have their place – sonophoresis, lontophoresis, IPL hair removal – but we prefer to limit it to these modalities and take a natural, gentler approach whenever possible. You will never find microdermabrasion or harsh chemical peels at Jamele.

What does the Slow Beauty movement mean to you?

sb-pure-deep-trueIt is about embracing who you are and having integrity. It is about encouraging and protecting living in a natural way by genuinely looking after your skin and your health. Slow Beauty supports the natural process of renewing cells, gently sloughing them off when they are due and aiding the natural protection of the skin.

Do you have any advice for new beauty therapists?

You are just at the starting line: you have accumulated a wealth of knowledge and now you get to learn how to apply that knowledge and enjoy seeing the benefit in your clients.

While you gain experience, stay current in your field and always be wary of short-term gain for long-term damage.

The beauty industry is a wonderful industry to be a part of. If you embrace it and are prepared to learn, you will love the challenges and rewards that it brings. It will benefit you and your clients greatly if you approach beauty holistically.



  • March 8, 2017

jeanine-chell3Jeanine Chell has been on a relentless quest to achieve genuinely transformative skincare results for her clients for the last 15 years. Along the way she has experimented with nearly every beauty industry trend and technology available – not just on her clients, but also on her own acne-prone skin.

She speaks with Kathryn Overall about the Slow Beauty approach to treating skin, mind, body and soul in unison and about finally seeing the results she always hoped for.

The sign on the gate, which gives entrance to Jeanine Chell’s home-based holistic skincare and healing boutique in Mt Eden, is feminine, welcoming and understated. If you are on the hunt for specialist skin care that delivers real results, you might wonder if perhaps you should instead be walking through the pristine doors of one of the top spas in Auckland. You might be surprised to discover then, when you walk through the gate and up the steps to Jeanine’s studio, that while she spent a decade working in some of the top clinics in Auckland, it is in this little space that she is getting the best results of her career.

Four years ago, everything changed for Jeanine when she discovered the botanical skincare range, Janesce, and the accompanying dermo-nutrition based, ‘working from within’ ethos of holistic skin health educator, Janine Tait. Jeanine says since embracing the Janesce approach she has not only healed her own acne-troubled skin, but also achieved the kind of results for her clients she had been striving for over a decade.

“I have never seen such transformative results,” says Jeanine. “Before I met Janine Tait I had reached a point in my career where I had lost a lot of faith in the beauty industry. I always kept myself up to speed with the latest developments in skincare, but there always seemed to be something missing for me.”

Jeanine is attractive and petite with long chocolate brown hair coiffured into relaxed curls. She has clear, glowing skin and a welcoming smile. As I relax into a cane chair covered with a comforting sheepskin, Jeanine talks of her relentless quest to achieve genuine skincare results since graduating as a beauty therapist in 2002, regularly changing salons, product ranges and techniques looking for the answer. “I felt that the products I worked with often over promised and under delivered,” says Jeanine. “I knew that nutrition and lifestyle factors had a huge part to play in skin care but I felt I didn’t have the knowledge to guide my clients on what they needed to do.”


All through her career, Jeanine struggled with acne and congestion in her own skin. “Having bad skin really affected my self-worth,” says Jeanine. “I used to feel like a fraud when clients came to see me and I would have these big, sore spots on my face, covered over with make-up. It was amazing anyone ever listened to me looking back. Now when I have someone come in the door who has acne I feel really confident that if they will listen to me and are prepared to make lifestyle changes, I can help them.”

Reaching for the glass of lemon water that is already poured and waiting for me, I glance around the room. The atmosphere is restful.
Jeanine’s home used to belong to a wedding dressmaker who purpose-built the A-framed timber studio as a perfect miniature of the beautiful terraced villa behind it.


The cozy space feels like a mini-retreat centre. The Janesce, Bestow and Coola product ranges she uses are subtly displayed. The space is devoted to health and healing, not to sales targets. The treatment bed is the focal point of the room.

“When I do facials I feel like I really work from the heart and enter a therapeutic space with my clients,” says Jeanine. “My goal when somebody comes through my door, especially if they are stressed out or really tired, is that they will walk out feeling like they have been really held and nurtured and that they have got fabulous skin as well.”

Jeanine has an endearingly self-effacing personality, which disappears into animation and enthusiasm when she speaks out of her passion for person-centred skin therapy. Beyond her vast knowledge and experience, the true gift she offers is her generosity of soul and her nurturing capacity to create a sense of sacred space and safety for the person under her care.

She brings to her facial treatments a unified mind, body and soul awareness, which is gently attuned to the person on the bed. She sets an intention at the beginning of each treatment, for relaxation, for healing, for whatever she senses is needed. “I suppose I see myself as a relaxation specialist,” says Jeanine.


She is probably the only practitioner in town who begins a facial at the client’s feet. “It’s very grounding,” says Jeanine.” I’m getting a sense of your nervous system. It’s a nice way for me to help you to connect with your body and sink into the treatment.”

While well versed in the science of skincare, Jeanine has also always been drawn to the spiritual and she now offers an alternative healing modality called Craniosacral Therapy (CST) to complement her skin therapy. CST has its roots in osteopathy and works to enhance the body’s natural healing processes. “As a practitioner I am tuning into the whole body so I can really listen to what is going on in the client’s system,” says Jeanine. “I am just really holding the space for their system to go into a healing process.”

Jeanine says as part of her re-invention over the last four years she has chosen to leave behind the machine-based facial treatments she used to embrace. “I used to do heavy peels, micro-dermabrasion, laser re-surfacing the lot,” says Jeanine. “That goes against everything I feel I know now. Those instant results are not necessarily long-lasting and are often detrimental in my humble opinion.” 

Jeanine focuses instead on massage-based facials, intuitively following her hands as they work on releasing deep tension, draining fluids, pressure points and increasing blood circulation. “This is not only deeply relaxing but has a beautiful effect on the skin,” says Jeanine. “Working with Janesce has really allowed me to hone the craft of facials”.

Jeanine says she regularly sees new clients who have been having machine-based procedures. “Their skin is often a mess – really dry, dehydrated or sensitive and with a compromised barrier function,” she says. “The Slow Beauty approach feels more honest. It doesn’t promise to be a quick-fix, but nutrition and wellness are huge right now and people are more willing to make changes.”


Some people feel skeptical about natural skincare, and Jeanine understands that because she used to feel the same. “I liked the idea of natural, but it never seemed to deliver results” she says. “ Despite her reservations, Jeanine says that after seeing great results from using Janine Tait’s range of dermo-nutritional Bestow products, she decided to trial Janesce on a few clients whose skin was not responding well to the product range she was using at the time. 

“We were like, ‘okay let’s just follow whatever Janine says’,” says Jeanine. “Within a month, their skin was totally transformed. I had never seen anything like that. It went from sensitive, dry and flaky to plumped out and really hydrated and glowing. That was enough for me, I was sold.”

Jeanine opened her own home-based clinic 18 months ago and says that Janine Tait’s support has been key to her success and ongoing transformation as a therapist. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without her incredible knowledge and support. I feel so lucky to have found such an amazing mentor. There is no one else in the industry like her.”

After meeting Jeanine, the fact that her studio is connected to her home feels fitting. For Jeanine, it seems, business is always personal. Her holistic approach to healing skin embraces both scientific rigour and soul care and comes out of her deeply relational way of being in the world. The Slow Beauty way of deep, pure and true ideals, suits her down to the ground.

circle-2Kathryn Overall is a Tauranga-based freelance writer with a particular interest in health and wellness. She is currently undergoing her own Slow Beauty skin journey under Janine Tait’s supervision and is passionate about inspiring people to enhance their lives through embracing healthy lifestyle changes.

  • July 27, 2016