Sarah Harris: The Style Edit..This week, three women your face needs FaceTime with.Vogue Uk

Nataliya Robinson

Those who favour a more holistic albeit results-driven approach should have Nataliya Robinson on speed dial. Suffering from problematic skin as a teenager, she had a vested interest in how skin functions, why it reacts, and how it heals. From her treatment room in a cottage in the heart of Chelsea, she fuses her love of botanicals with science, Russian massage and manual lymphatic drainage. She has now poured her experience into her own anti-oxidant packed skincare line, Quantum Botanika, designed to treat and protect the skin from ageing and pollution. She is a must-see for anyone experiencing acne, rosacea and pigmentation but also a real treat for anyone seeking dewy, glowy skin within the hour.
N.B. She’s a skilled acupuncturist too.

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