Wallpaper. From ‘maskne’ to ‘zoom face’: experts on 2020’s skincare bugbears

Nataliya Robinson, Facialist, Quantum Botanika

Working from a secluded townhouse in London’s Chelsea neighbourhood, Nataliya Robinson has made a name for herself as the city’s ‘skin whisper’ with her unique use of botanical formulations, traditional extraction techniques, and radiofrequency technology.

For those hoping to rejuvenate their skin at home, Robinson suggests a regular routine of facial massages. ‘When doing you are doing your daily cleanse, start by using a cleanser that has a “balm” texture.

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