Ingrid Seaburn shares her three step guide to getting supermodel skin


The celebrity facialist behind Pip Edwards and Bambi Northwood Blyth’s radiantly youthful complexions has revealed her three secrets to age-defying skin.

Ingrid Seaburn treats the faces of Australia’s rich and famous at her upscale Bondi salon.

The former Los Angeles-based beauty guru, who boasts a star-studded client book, says vitamin A, hyaluronic acid and daily SPF on the face and neck is the recipe for glowing skin.

Amongst the many treatments Bambi favours, taking the top spot is the vitamin A infusion by American skincare brand Osmosis which treats pigmentation and cellular renewal.

Ingrid Seaburn treats the faces of Australia’s rich and famous at her upscale Bondi salon

Additionally, when treating Bambi's skin, Ms Seaburn often mixes up her famous facials with different modalities including oxygen and radio frequency in order to get supermodel skin results

Additionally, when treating Bambi’s skin, Ms Seaburn often mixes up her famous facials with different modalities including oxygen and radio frequency in order to get supermodel skin results

Additionally, when treating Bambi’s skin, Ms Seaburn often mixes up her famous facials with different modalities including oxygen and radio frequency in order to get supermodel skin results.

Bambi makes a point of seeing Ms Seaburn when she jets in from New York and her favourite, go-to product for travel weary skin is the Hydrate Hyaluronic Acid-based gel from Ingrid’s own skincare collection.

Overall Ms Seaburn recommends maintaining a monthly appointment with a clinical therapist to combine treatments that both stimulate and regenerate the skin, including the very popular Geneo treatment which costs $250.

Overall Ms Seaburn recommends maintaining a monthly appointment with a clinical therapist to combine treatments that both stimulate and regenerate the skin, including the very popular Geneo treatment which costs $250

Overall Ms Seaburn recommends maintaining a monthly appointment with a clinical therapist to combine treatments that both stimulate and regenerate the skin, including the very popular Geneo treatment which costs $250

She also encourages the use of retinol daily combined with other antioxidant serums to nourish and protect the skin from environmental stress.

Finally, using an SPF30 and above daily and avoiding pigmentation triggers like UV are pivotal for looking youthful at any age.

‘You need to think of your skin regime like your workouts, maintaining consistency is key,’ Ms Seaburn told Daily Mail Australia previously.

P.E. Nation founder Pip Edwards (pictured) looks decades younger than her 41 years

P.E. Nation founder Pip Edwards (pictured) looks decades younger than her 41 years

The mother-of-one (left) relies on the expertise of celebrity beauty guru, Ingrid Seaburn (right)

The mother-of-one (left) relies on the expertise of celebrity beauty guru, Ingrid Seaburn (right)

The in-demand aesthetician says women over 30 ‘must’ use vitamin A, an anti-ageing ‘hero’ ingredient that accelerates healing, slows the breakdown of collagen and promotes hydration, leaving skin looking years younger.

‘Retinol is hands down the most important ingredient to incorporate into your skincare as you get older, followed by vitamin C and peptides for tightening,’ Ms Seaburn explained. 

‘It has huge benefits in terms of reversing damage to the skin at the same time as encouraging healthy cellular function.’

But retinol’s potency means it comes with a health warning.

Ms Seaburn says the three secrets to Pip's age-defying visage (pictured) are vitamin A, hyaluronic acid and daily SPF on the face and neck

Ms Seaburn says the three secrets to Pip’s age-defying visage (pictured) are vitamin A, hyaluronic acid and daily SPF on the face and neck

First-time users often report mild irritation, including redness, dryness, and peeling of the skin, which is why Ms Seaburn recommends consulting your beauty therapist first.

‘Choosing the right one should be discussed with a professional, and it’s best used in serum form nightly,’ she said. 

The other ‘miracle’ ingredient Ms Seaburn says plays a pivotal role in winding back the clock is hyaluronic acid, which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by locking moisture into the skin.

‘Women in their 40s and 50s need tightening and firming ingredients like amino acid peptides and hyaluronic acid, which help to maintain hydration,’ she said. 

Ms Seaburn also treats Pip's skin with hyaluronic acid which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by locking moisture into the skin

Ms Seaburn also treats Pip’s skin with hyaluronic acid which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by locking moisture into the skin

Ms Seaburn treats Pip (pictured) with the $235 Geneo Super Facial, which promises to smooth fine lines and tighten sagging skin

Ms Seaburn treats Pip (pictured) with the $235 Geneo Super Facial, which promises to smooth fine lines and tighten sagging skin

According to Ms Seaburn, the final piece of an effective anti-ageing skincare routine is wearing a liberal layer of SPF on your face, neck and décolletage.

The expert revealed 90 per cent of her clients list sun damage as their primary area of concern.

It is so prevalent she has developed a treatment specifically designed to stimulate cell regeneration and collagen production across the neck and chest.

Her one-hour Geneo Super Facial, which is a favourite of Pip Edwards, promises to smooth fine lines and tighten sagging skin for a cool $235.

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