Oscar nominated skincare range premieres at European Beauty Show
A husband and wife team who are changing the face of beauty in their native New Zealand are bringing their acclaimed range of skin care products to the UK for the first time.
Denie and Shelley Hiestand are passionate about natural health and have spent the last six years developing a skin elixir that is free from harmful chemicals & preservatives. Denie, a cancer researcher and health consultant, was concerned about the impact of chemicals in some creams and lotions people were putting on their skin and wanted to come up with a pure alternative.
The result is the Electric Body skin care range.
The Electric Body Skin Elixir is an all-in-one face and eye cream, packed with natural ingredients including colostrum, aloe vera, and blueberries, which leave the skin feeling moisturised, nourished, and rejuvenated. The blend of healthy ‘live’ ingredients helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and blemishes and is used as a skin repair treatment.
The skin elixir has proved a hit with women of all ages across New Zealand, prompting the Hiestands to expand the Electric Body range overseas. They took it first to the States – where Electric Body was featured in the gift suites at the Oscars – and now the UK.
Other Electric Body products include an all-natural Body Spray and exfoliating Body Polish.
Electric Body News & Media PictureDenie said: “Electric Body was inspired by a cancer client of mine. As a health consultant, I see many clients worldwide, and I have always felt there was a connection between the chemicals in skin care products and breast cancer. This prompted me to develop a skin cream free from harmful chemicals & preservatives that would help to create beautiful healthy skin.”Shelley added: “Up until then we had looked at health from the inside out, but never from the outside in. We knew we had to find a way to produce skin care without harmful substances.”We are delighted at the feedback and response there has been to Electric Body in New Zealand and we are looking forward now to sharing it with women in the UK.”