The $33 secret to radiant skin: High-flying businesswoman known for her flawless complexion reveals how she keeps her face glowing all year round
- Wellness influencer Keira Rumble is known for her naturally radiant complexion
- She recently revealed her secret: a $33 tanning mist from Three Warriors
- The Tasmanian brand makes chemical-free products that leave skin sun-kissed
- Ms Rumble called the face mist her ‘saving grace’ after becoming a mum
- She said it ‘lifts her spirits’ and makes her look ‘fresh’ even when she is tired
An Australian businesswoman known for her radiant complexion has shared the secret behind her natural-looking sun-kissed skin.
Keira Rumble, 30, maintains her year-round glow with a $32.95 face tanning mist from Tasmanian beauty brand, Three Warriors.
The wellness influencer, who runs health food company Krumbled Foods from her home on the NSW Central Coast, revealed the chemical-free spray has been her ‘saving grace’ since welcoming her first child, a son named Hunter, in July.
Ms Rumble said the affordable product ‘lifts her spirits’ and makes her look ‘fresh’, even when she is exhausted after sleepless nights caring for her baby boy.
Australian businesswoman Keira Rumble (pictured) has shared the secret behind her natural-looking sun-kissed skin
The 30-year-old mum-of-one maintains her year-round glow with a $32.95 face tanning mist from Tasmanian beauty brand, Three Warriors (pictured)
‘During my pregnancy I had morning sickness and fatigue, but I found spritzing the mist before bed gave me the boost I needed to lift my spirits and wake feeling fresh, even on days when I felt less than average,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.
Made from natural ingredients including rose oil, aloe vera and Tasmanian olive oil, the water-based face mist has won rave reviews for its ability to bronze skin without exposing it to nasty chemicals or the sun’s harmful UV rays.
One customer said she feels like she’s been on holidays every time she wears it, while a second called it a ‘must have staple beauty product’ which leaves you looking tanned in a matter of hours.
Another added: ‘This is the first time I’ve put fake tan on my face, and even after feeling like I over-sprayed, the result was flawless.’
Keira Rumble (pictured) revealed the chemical-free spray has been her ‘saving grace’ since welcoming her first child, son Hunter, in July
The wellness influencer (pictured with her newborn son) is known for her flawless complexion
The mist boasts a legion of celebrity fans, including Australian TV host Sonja Kruger and PR guru, Roxy Jacenko.
Founded by Hobart hairstylist Corbin Halliday in 2017, Three Warriors has made waves in the ‘clean beauty’ industry thanks to its chemical-free formulas.
Its range of liquid, mousse and mist products fade evenly and are scented with fresh lime, which means they don’t produce the stale biscuit-like smell typically associated with fake tan.
Mr Halliday previously told Daily Mail Australia that his organic, vegan-friendly and cruelty-free brand is different to others on the market because it uses a violet base that looks natural on all skin tones.
Made from natural ingredients including rose oil and Tasmanian olive oil, the face mist has won rave reviews for its ability to bronze skin without exposing it to chemicals or the sun’s UV rays
Three Warriors tan leaves skin looking naturally sun-kissed, as seen on a customer before (left) and after (right) application
Mr Halliday created the products with his best friend, a biochemist, after he was diagnosed with chronic inflammatory response syndrome – a debilitating condition also known as biotoxin illness which is caused by long-term exposure to damp and mould.
Symptoms include migraines, anxiety, brain fog, memory loss, intense fatigue and full-body nerve pain, which Mr Halliday still experiences today.
This frightening experience prompted him to overhaul his lifestyle and create a range of chemical-free products that are safe for everyone to use.
Three Warriors is currently sold online in Australia and across five European countries – Ireland, Germany, Iceland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands – with an expansion into the US slated for late 2021.