It’s International Woman’s Day on March 8th, and this date is particularly significant to the brand as a % of each and every sale goes to the women’s charity Refuge.
Face Matters Skincare was founded by Sally Curson. Sally has spent 20 years as a senior therapist in the beauty industry, working with many brands and taking a serious interest in what we put on our skin and what goes into what we put on our skin. She has always been fascinated by putting together different blends of oils to try to come up with the perfect skincare range….which is how Face Matters was born: http://www.facematters-skincare.com/miracle-mineral.htm
A % of all sales from Face Matters goes to the women’s charity Refuge this donation will be on an on going basis and will increase as profits increase, not just on one product but one the entire range. This association is down to Sally’s past and very troubled times she had for a number years with her ex-husband and father of her children, this resulted in him being imprisoned and her living in a refuge, hence the charity Refuge receives % of all profits from all sales of the range. She has an incredibly listenable and inspiring story to tell. It is a happy ending though as it goes to show, that where she is now and having created and bought Face Matters to the public is an example of how you can completely overcome adversity.
The brand has now launched in Fenwick Bond Street, in Russia, on BA, Virgin Atlantic, and we won a Pure Beauty Award and we are shortly launching on luxury cruise liners around the world.
Daily Moisturiser http://www.facematters-skincare.com/moisture.htm
All Day Spritz http://www.facematters-skincare.com/spritz.htm
Evening Elixir (the hero product) http://www.facematters-skincare.com/elixir.htm
Anytime Foaming Cleanser http://www.facematters-skincare.com/cleanser.htm
The range has been extensively tested and also trialled on 100 women and the results were really great and hugely positive, here’s the link on the site to the results: http://www.facematters-skincare.com/skin-trials-1.htm