The Expert Edit: 20 Wellness, Makeup and Skincare Heroes a Beauty Director buys on Repeat
Get The Gloss
Journalist and beauty director Rosie Green has worked for “glossy magazines like Elle and Red” for over 20 years. In an article for Get The Gloss, she walks us through a typical day in her life, exploring the top 20 treatments and products that she “buys on repeat” to maintain her natural beauty.
After “years of trying the great and the good” in her role as a beauty director, she reveals the workings of her daily beauty regime, involving the use of glycolic cleansers, vitamin C serums and SPF to protect her skin from sun damage. As a rosacea sufferer, Rosie is always mindful of the treatments that she uses and is careful to select products that won’t aggravate the condition.
This minimal, no-fuss skincare approach is then boosted by her use of non-surgical treatments like dermal fillers and Ultherapy to keep her skin looking supple and youthful:
She explains: “I keep my skincare quite minimal and get my anti-ageing hit through tweakments.”
As a regular patient of The Cosmetic Skin Clinic, she opts for botulinum injections and dermal fillers to smooth fine lines and wrinkles while enriching her skin with hydration. She is also a fan of Ultherapy, which she uses every year to target jowls and to stimulate collagen renewal deep within her skin:
“I have botulinum toxin and filler with Dr Sophie Shotter or Dr Tracy Mountford at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic in London. I have Ultherapy at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic every year to lift jowls and give skin back a youthful plumpness.”
In an effort to keep her skin as natural-looking as possible, she favours treatments that enhance rather than change her appearance. Profhilo is another treatment that she relies upon in this mission to “help soften lines and give skin a youthful juiciness without looking overly filled.”