Former Great Britain & # 39; s Next Top Model reveals how & # 39; all natural vegan & # 39; wonderful hair helped heal acne and made her so happy she could & # 39;
- Louisa Northcote, 22, credits Science of Skin & # 39; s Rescue No. One cream for £ 18.99
- Model said after four weeks of using the cream that the redness had gone down
- Lou started #freethepimple after a trauma caused by acne that started at the age of 13
- Rescue No. One is made with active extract of green tea and other natural all vegan ingredients
A former British top model finalist has revealed how a natural cream with all vegan ingredients has cured her acne.
Louisa Northcote, 22, credits Science of Skin & # 39; s Rescue No. One cream, available for £ 18.99, to clear up her pimple-ravaged skin.
She explained that after just four weeks of treatment use, the anti-inflammatory ingredients – including green tea extracts and magnolia tree bark – reduced redness.
Lou, who started the #freethepimple campaign after a skin disease trauma that started when she was just 13, said she could & # 39; cry & # 39; how happy she was with the results.
Louisa Northcote fought severe acne from the age of 13 and discovered a & # 39; wonderroom & # 39; who has cleaned up her skin
She has made it her mission to reduce #freetheppleple and the stigma surrounding skin disorders and to promote the positivity of the body
The model said by changing her diet and removing gluten and dairy products. She succeeded in considerably reducing the painful active acne that mainly occurs on her face.
However, she got scars and raised red spots, so turned to the Rescue No. One cream that contains all natural vegan ingredients.
She said in a video blog showing her results after using the cream: I could cry with how happy I am with my skin. I have clear skin. I never thought this day would happen.
& # 39; How absurdly ridiculous that is. It is super duper crazy and it is all thanks to this wonderroom. This is not a joke. & # 39;
The Skin of Science Rescue No One cream for £ 18.99 uses all natural vegan ingredients and can help reduce skin inflammation after four weeks
The model credits Skin of Science's Rescue No One for reducing the redness of its spots
Lou, who grew up in Singapore and Dubai before moving to the UK, keeps her Instagram followers regularly informed of her skin care regime, as well as days when her skin is inflamed in an effort to make it less stigma.
After years of fighting against acne, Lou said it had seriously damaged her mental health and body image, and sometimes did not leave home due to low self-esteem.
Although her own skin has now become clear, she still wants to use her platform to promote the positivity of the body.
Lou cut dairy and gluten out of her diet, which helped clarify the painful active acne before turning to the all-natural vegan cream
& # 39; Even if I have perfectly clear skin, I will continue to campaign for body positivity. I want to help other people understand and feel that you can still be beautiful even if you have spots, & she said the mirror.
& # 39; Even when you are cleaning your skin, it still takes time and is a journey. While on that journey, you must be confident and proud of who you are, no matter how long it may take.
& # 39; Social media can be a terrible place with a lot of cyber bulling, but it can also be used as a force for good. & # 39;
Science of Skin founders UK cosmetic surgeon Douglas McGeorge MBE from Chester and skin biologist Dr. Ardeshir Bayat, skin biologist at the University of Manchester, has also developed a cream for scars and one for stretch marks.
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