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Neuroscientist, 46, with perfect skin reveals EXACTLY what skincare and makeup she uses

Neuroscientist, 46, with perfect skin reveals EXACTLY what skincare and makeup she uses on her face – and why you should cut chemicals from your beauty products now

  • Dr Tara Swart shared a look in her skincare and makeup bag of organic products
  • The 46-year-old from New York avoids all chemicals in beauty products
  • She said everything we put on our skin ‘gets absorbed into our entire system’ 

Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart has offered a look inside her skincare and makeup bag – and revealed why she favours natural and organic products, free from unnecessary chemicals.

The 46-year-old from New York – who boasts luminous skin – is an expert when it comes to beauty, and her makeup bag is full of products that have been backed by both doctors and scientists.

‘Our skin is our largest organ and everything we put on it gets absorbed into our entire system,’ Dr Swart told Get the Gloss. 

Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart (pictured) offered a look inside her skincare and makeup bag – and revealed why she favours natural and organic products, free from unnecessary chemicals

'Our skin is our largest organ and everything we put on it gets absorbed into our entire system,' Dr Swart (pictured) said

‘Our skin is our largest organ and everything we put on it gets absorbed into our entire system,’ Dr Swart (pictured) said

THE SKINCARE

While pricey, Dr Swart said she swears by Lancer The Method’s Polish ($129), which was designed by a doctor as part of a three-step skincare method. 

She’s not the only fan of Lancer either. Victoria Beckham also regularly uses the brand and said:

‘Dr. Lancer just gave me one of his new products – it’s called the Lancer Caviar Lime Acid Peel. It’s got glycolic and various different acids in it.

‘You put it on and you can tell it’s very active right away. You can really feel it – I only keep it on for 15 minutes. I got it the last time I went to see him in LA. My skin used to be so problematic and he’s the one who finally got it sorted.’

Among her top products are Biologique Recherche's P50 (pictured)

Dr Swart also swears by Weleda's budget Skin Food (pictured)

Among her top products are Biologique Recherche’s P50 (left) and Weleda’s budget Skin Food (right)

Following the Lancer scrub, Dr Swart uses the cult skincare product, Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 ($117), which was formulated by a biologist, a physiotherapist and a doctor. 

‘I notice the difference when I take a break from it because the texture of my skin is less even,’ Dr Swart said. 

She follows this with the De Mamiel Dewy Facial Mist ($96.60) and La Mer’s Moisturising Soft Creme – which costs a staggering $427.

Dr Swart (pictured) said she backs skincare and makeup that has been formulated by doctors and scientists

Dr Swart (pictured) said she backs skincare and makeup that has been formulated by doctors and scientists

But the neuroscientist doesn’t only look to pricey skincare products that work – she has a few budget secrets too.

One such secret is Weleda’s Skin Food, which costs $18.95 and ‘is the best body moisturiser’ Dr Swart said she’s ever found. 

‘Even if I’ve skipped the routine for ages, it transforms my skin in two days,’ she said. 

She also likes Nailberry’s L’Oxygene nail lacquer ($26.40), which Dr Swart described as ‘the cleanest, most breathable nail varnish product’ she has located.

Dr Swart uses IT Cosmetics' Brow Power Perfector ($35) on her brows and RMS Beauty Lip Shine ($40) when it comes to makeup (pictured)

Dr Swart uses IT Cosmetics’ Brow Power Perfector ($35) on her brows and RMS Beauty Lip Shine ($40) when it comes to makeup (pictured)

THE MAKEUP

The 46-year-old’s makeup bag is similarly toxin-free and natural.

Dr Swart uses IT Cosmetics’ Brow Power Perfector ($35) on her brows and RMS Beauty Lip Shine ($40). 

She said she reason why she loves the lip shine so much is because it contains edible, food-grade products.

‘This is important based on the premise that women eat up to 5kg of the lipstick over our lifetime,’ she said.   



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