“It’s so important to think about what you put into your body and so we should be taking that view with our skin too.”

For anyone who has ever had a problem skin or is fed up with trying endless beauty products in a bid for that healthy glow we all long for, this is the episode for you.

As a beauty blogger in London, Rachel Noble was living the dream of being sent skincare to try and write about and attending big brand launch events. But her blogging career soon led her down the path of deep research into what actually goes into the products we put on our skin. That journey led her to step away from the mainstream beauty industry and create her own brand, The Noble Apothecary. 

“I found myself getting a little overwhelmed by it all – that skin that was once happy, was no longer happy because I was testing so many different products,” explains Rachel, who also works as a health consultant for the NHS.

“I became quite disillusioned about the big beauty marketing machine and being a cog within that. I wanted something that was a bit more natural and something I could stand behind.”

The result was the Purity Gentle Cleansing Oil, which contains just three ingredients Abyssinian Oil; Black Seed Oil, and Jojoba Seed Oil. 

We discuss why cleansing is the cornerstone of healthy skin and the five key pillars – simple skincare, good diet, sleep, movement, and meditation – that are better for your skin than any expensive serum. 

 We also talk about: 

  • The wonder ingredients that will make your skin glow
  • What skin products you should and shouldn’t be using 
  • The other ways you can use oil within your beauty regime
  • The new Noble Apothecary Night Oil
  • Sunlight therapy and how to safely get your daily dose of Vitamin D

You can find out more about Purity Gentle Cleansing Oil and read Rachel’s skin care advice on the blog page of her website. Keep up to date with product news by following @thenobleapothecary on Instagram.  

 About The Nicole Bremner Podcast:

 Nicole Bremner is an investor, speaker, writer, and podcaster. After a successful decade building a multi-million property portfolio in London, Nicole was forced by a number of external obstacles to stop, take stock and figure out what really matters in life.  

Following a period of healing and reflection, she discovered that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and, so very often, setback is followed by real success. On The Nicole Bremner Podcast, she speaks to others who have triumphed in the face of adversity and explores the lessons they have learned along the way. 

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