Emma Clapham – Who Loves That – June 2014
I can’t tell you how many times I have read skincare features in magazines and blogs only to feel more confused and bad about myself. I mean how many times do I have to read that this person has “naturally good skin” but I should “try this” or look at people who have uploaded photos of themselves without any makeup on looking amazing to their instagram or blogs just to feel even worse about myself?
Before you read this interview I wanted to preface by saying I have had bad skin my whole life. Actually year 11 and 12 were good (oddly enough), but apart from those years, it has been a constant battle. I thought the older we got the better your skin was meant to get? Apparently not for me, but don’t worry there is light at the end of this article.
I recently met with Joanne Auld, Co- founder and managing director of Pamper Clinic and the driving force behindThe Skincare Company to discuss what I could do for my skin. (This was not the first time I have met with someone, I can’t tell you how many consultations and skincare products I have tried).