Ingrid Seaburn talks about treatments she uses on Delta Goodrem’s skin


Celebrity facialist shares the beauty treatments she uses to perfect Delta Goodrem’s skin – and the at-home routine the singer follows to maintain her glow

  • Celebrity facialist Ingrid Seaburn is treating songstress Delta Goodrem’s skin
  • The Bondi-based beauty guru uses a combination of active ingredients
  • Delta received one of Ingrid’s ‘signature treatments’ to soothe and calm
  • She will be scaling back to cream cleanser that won’t irritate her sensitive skin 

A celebrity facialist who honed her skills on the faces of Hollywood’s heavyweights has revealed exactly how she gets Delta Goodrem’s skin prepared for a major event.

Ingrid Seaburn treats the faces of Australia’s rich and famous at her upscale Bondi salon, where the Sitting On Top Of The World songstress, 37, was seen checking in for a refreshing treatment.

The former Los Angeles-based beauty guru, who boasts a star-studded client book that includes supermodel Bambi Northwood Blythe, uses her ‘signature treatment’ on Delta with a few tweaks to manage her skin concerns.

Ingrid Seaburn treats the faces of Australia’s rich and famous at her upscale Bondi salon, where the Sitting On Top Of The World songstress, 37, was seen checking in for a refreshing treatment

The former Los Angeles-based beauty guru, who boasts a star-studded client book that includes supermodel Bambi Northwood Blythe, uses her 'signature treatment' on Delta with a few tweaks to manage her skin concerns

The $210 60-minute treatment starts with a deep double cleanse followed by Ingrid's renowned facial massage

The former Los Angeles-based beauty guru, who boasts a star-studded client book that includes supermodel Bambi Northwood Blythe, uses her ‘signature treatment’ on Delta with a few tweaks to manage her skin concerns

The $210 60-minute treatment starts with a deep double cleanse followed by Ingrid’s renowned facial massage.  

Skin is then exfoliated using ultrasound technology and natural enzymes, ready for a customised and results-driven mask combination using active powders to target specific skin issues.

The treatment finishes with a session of LED light therapy to stimulate collagen and add an extra glow to your results.

With Delta the facialist uses a combination of active ingredients to soothe and calm irritated skin. 

‘A less is more approach has worked wonders to balance Delta’s skin and have it glowing, including scaling back to a natural cream-based cleanser with treatments that do not irritate her sensitive skin,’ Ingrid said.

With Delta the facialist uses a combination of active ingredients to soothe and calm irritated skin

With Delta the facialist uses a combination of active ingredients to soothe and calm irritated skin

She incorporates ingredients like willow herb into the treatment program to soothe skin and an enzyme based exfoliant using lactic acid to plump and exfoliate gently

She incorporates ingredients like willow herb into the treatment program to soothe skin and an enzyme based exfoliant using lactic acid to plump and exfoliate gently

She incorporates ingredients like willow herb into the treatment program to soothe skin and an enzyme based exfoliant using lactic acid to plump and exfoliate gently.

Ingrid also incorporated her Vitamin A infusion by American skincare range Osmosis into the treatment, successfully treating both anti-aging with customised powders to soothe and deliver a glowing result.

Her new skin regime as prescribed by Ingrid is to start by cleansing morning and night with a natural cream based cleanser.

Then she is to apply hyaluronic acid after cleansing, along with a niacinamide-based serum to strengthen the skins immune response.

Hyaluronic acid plays a pivotal role in winding back the clock by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and locking moisture into the skin. 

After cleansing at night Delta will use a retinol serum three times a week followed by more hyaluronic acid and a light oil free moisturiser if she feels like she needs it.

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