Heiress to Aussie Home Loans, Deborah Symond O’Neil, has revealed how a $ 100 overnight serum from American beauty brand Estee Lauder turned her skin from dull and congested to radiant bright in a year.
Australian financier John Symond’s 32-year-old daughter presented the results on her Instagram story on Wednesday, comparing photos taken before using the ‘Advanced Night Repair’ serum in January 2018 and 13 months later in February 2019.
In the second, Deborah’s skin looks visibly brighter without a single spot. She also shared a photo taken this week, proving that her skin tone has kept its youthful look for the past year and a half.
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A world of difference: Aussie Home Loans heiress Deborah Symond O’Neil in January 2018 (left) before using Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Serum, and 13 months later in February 2019 (right)
Deborah, the owner of the high-end casual wear label Mode Sportif, said she first started using the anti-aging serum prior to her widely published marriage to real estate developer Ned O’Neil in April 2018.
She said she applied the serum during her pregnancy and has continued to use it since welcoming her first child, son Beau, to Mater Hospital in Sydney on February 13, 2020.
The businesswoman called the serum “ amazing ” and said she had seen “ frankly great results ” after applying it almost every night for the past two and a half years.
Deborah in a selfie taken July 29, 2020, proving that her skin tone has kept its youthful look for the past year and a half
Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Serum, which costs $ 100 to $ 195 depending on size
“I can’t believe my progress when I look at these photos,” she wrote on her Instagram story.
“It’s so hydrating and really gives it that gorgeous glow.”
Advanced Night Repair was the world’s first overnight serum, invented in Estee Lauder’s New York labs in 1982.
Made with hyaluronic acid, it claims to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles by intensely moisturizing the skin while you sleep, making your face look younger.
In-house beauticians have recently reformulated the product, which now comes in a bottle made from recycled glass.
The new formula will launch in stores at Myer and David Jones on Sunday, with prices starting at $ 100 for 30ml, $ 152 for 50ml and $ 195 for 75ml.
Deborah with son Beau, who was born at the Mater Hospital of Sydney on February 13, 2020
Deborah (left and right) is the owner of the high-end casual wear label Mode Sportif
While working in fashion, Deborah is just as passionate about beauty.
In May, the mom first shared the five-minute makeup and skincare routine she used while working at home alone.
Deborah told Harper’s Bazaar that she had used less cosmetics in favor of a “quick and easy” regimen that brightens up her face and “hides the hours of sleep” that she no longer has to take care of her newborn son.
The glamorous blonde (pictured on a hike) is a fitness fanatic who enjoys spinning classes, Pilates and long walks
“After my morning skin ritual and after applying my Rationale Superfluid shade, I brush my eyebrows and apply the Hourglass clear brow gel,” she said.
She removes ‘unwanted’ bags under the eyes with Bare Minerals ‘Bare Skin’ concealer, applies a pink cheek shade to warm her face and finally a pink-tinted Estée Lauder matte lipstick to finish off her look – in the shade “Seduce”.
The glamorous blonde said she took a break from the mascara to encourage her lashes to thicken.
Deborah (pictured) said she enjoyed screwing back her makeup routine during shutdown
Deborah was spotlighted in April 2018 when her extravagant marriage to property developer Ned O’Neil at the ultra-exclusive Qualia Resort in Hamilton Island made national headlines.
She walked down the aisle in a custom $ 200,000 Christian Dior dress, made over the course of a year in the designer’s studio in Paris.
Deborah and Ned met through family friends over a decade ago and realized their fathers were longtime companions – Deborah’s financier John Symond and Ned’s superyacht were broken and owned Rose Bay Marina, Denis O’Neil.
The couple honeymooned in Europe that summer and spent time on Mr. Symond’s 73-meter yacht, valued at an estimated $ 100 million.