Dr Des Fernandes MB, BCH, FRCS (Edin) and Jennifer Munro……………… Dr Des Fernandes is a practicing plastic surgeon within the prestigious Renaissance Clinic in Cape Town. The experience of losing two young patients to melanoma 35 years ago, prompted him to uncover ways to help you to make your own beautiful healthy skin. Vitamin therapy was the result of his extensive...
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Your Skin Factory launch in Cape Town was held in the The Centre for the Book in Victoria Street. 200 guests enjoyed the wine and snacks and evening of questions with Dr Fernandes.
A Production Manual for Better Skin!
You are the Manager of your own Skin Factory! You have to buy the raw materials. You have to look after the machines and attend to security issues, manage the staff and make sure the product conforms to the Works Order. And the Order is for beautiful, healthy skin throughout your life. As Manager of the factory you’re in charge of the showroom – nobody wants spots, or wrinkles, or cancer!
If you think that these unpleasant skin conditions are inevitable then this book brings you the good news that they’re not! A well-run factory produces an excellent product – it just needs a good Production Manual.Read more
GREAT ARTICLE ON YAHOO LIFESTYLE
BY Alin Akin
As a woman I am always on the quest to achieve a flawless complexion. So when I was asked to attend a press briefing on a new booked called, ‘Your Skin Factory‘, I jumped at the chance. I was hoping this book would tell me something about skin care that I didn’t know and I’m glad to say it didn’t disappoint. I would hope so, after all it has taken four years to put the book together and over 30 years of scientific research.
Authors of the book, Dr Des Fernandes and Jennifer Munro, were both in attendance with Jennifer starting off the presentation on how they met and how the book came about. Jennifer went through a few overpriced, celebrity beauty fads she had seen in the press, including a £165 facial snail treatment which she expressed would only moisturise the skin, if that.Read more