Who is Danielle?
After finding out she was suffering from Bipolar Disorder a couple of years ago, a mental health condition that affects your mood, Danielle started to take medication that massively affected her skin.
“This was the first time in my life I suffered from acne and it massively affected me. And having Bipolar means I have been through periods of deep depression which made it very difficult for me to take care of myself in terms of self-care - I didn’t want to brush my hair, let alone start a skincare routine.”
That’s when Danielle started her skincare-focused Instagram account, as she wanted to share her skincare story with like-minded people and make herself accountable for continuing her skincare journey.
Danielle is currently using…
“Now I’m feeling much better, I make sure I set aside 10 minutes every morning and 30 minutes every evening to practice self-care. This is to ensure that I feel good about myself, see my skin improve and install a disciplined routine.
So when a depressive episode hits me again, the routine I have followed for my self-care, is ingrained in me and I manage to continue with it.
I’m a massive fan of the Trophy Skin MicrodermMD Home Microdermabrasion Device. A professional microdermabrasion device it uses real diamond exfoliation and gentle suction to buff away dead skin - it’s helped reduce the appearance of some of my light acne scarring.”
“This is the ultimate gift for the hair lover who wants to have gorgeous locks but doesn’t have much time on their hands.
It’s much bigger than your average straightener and uses much less heat. Plus, you use it like a hairbrush which makes it so quick if you don’t have much time on your hands like me.”
SHOP THE DEVICES DANIELLE LOVES
Trophy Skin MicrodermMD
"The reason I love this device is because you can really create the results of an in-salon Microdermabrasion treatment at home."
Trophy Skin MiniMD Handheld Device
"This is the mini version of the larger device - which is perfect if you're going on your holidays and don't want to give up on your treatments."