Wise Words
The Australian Women's Weekly|June 2021
As our notion of ageing and beauty shifts, some brands are banking on semantics to create positive change.
Brooke Le Poer Trench

“Part of the problem is that skincare labels can overstate performance. I’m yet to experience ‘poreless’ or ‘glass’ skin.”

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