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MZ Skin is spotlighted in the Wakeley.

MZ Skin is spotlighted in The Wakeley, the brand’s founder Dr Maryam Zamani is interviewed by The Wakeley, in the interview she discusses her philosophy behind the brand. The brand is based on the belief that less is more, the brand’s approach is to reveal, enhance and protect skin with a range of products specifically […]

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Rest & Revive featured in Uberchique.

Rest and Revive featured in Uberchique

Rest and Revive featured in Uberchique as one of founder, Sylvie’s favourite beauty products. The serum is one of the most intelligently made for its time, combining ovine placenta and stem cells combined with peptides. This simultaneously detoxifies, strengthens and repairs the skin resulting in skin that is hydrated with an even complexion. Credits: Uberchique.

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Refinery 29 spotlights Soothe and Smooth!

Soothe and Smooth is once again featured in Refinery 29! The article spotlights the eye cream’s smart combination of ingredients that make it renowned amongst beauty editors, celebrities and supermodels! The cleverly formulated eye cream combines Albazia bark extract, hyaluronic acid and ceramides. This combination of ingredients works to strengthen capillaries, plump skin and restore moisture […]

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Soothe & smooth featured in woman and home magazine!

Soothe & smooth featured in woman and home magazine!

Dr Maryam Zamani shares her favourite beauty products with Women and Home Magazine, she shares six products, one of which was Soothe and Smooth eye cream. She praises the eye cream’s ingredients like Albazia Bark Extract which detoxifies and strengthens capillaries, reducing dark circles and puffiness. As well as hyaluronic acid and ceramides which hydrate the […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness - MZ Skin

Breast Cancer Awareness Month – MZ SKIN Gives Back

Breast Cancer is the most common type of Cancer, affecting about “1 in 8 women British women in their lifetime” according to Breast Cancer Now, meaning most women are either directly affected by breast cancer or know someone who will be, with around 1,000 women still dying from the disease yearly in the UK. As […]

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