Make up artist Tina Roesler Kerwin founder of AbOvo skincare has spent years making up famous faces. She says she realised that beautiful make-up is only as good as the canvas.
The better the skin, the better the make-up.
I had the enormous good fortune of working with Tina on my last film (directed by Nash Edgerton with Charlize Theron and Joel Edgerton). Shooting in freezing Chicago and reliant on indoor heating, my skin quickly became dry and sensitive. Tina’s skincare was the perfect aid – I became a diehard fan of her, and her line.
Abovo’s Enriched Eye and Delicate Day creams feed the complexion with natural goodness. The idea is simple: a cocktail of natural and organic ingredients to protect, treat, nourish and renew. The key to the products is Emu Oil.
After stumbling on the unique benefits of Emu Oil, Tina discovered a powerhouse of skincare benefits: anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial (great for spot-prone skin) and the tiny molecules cleverly carry other ingredients deeper into the skin (most oils sit on TOP of the skin, Emu oil penetrates deeper).
The formulations are clean and pure – no petrochemicals, no artificial colours or ingredients and no water added -which removes the need for a preservative, in particular parabens.
The considerations of this product don’t stop there; there’s a firm commitment to the environment which makes the packaging recyclable and all printed materials are produced via renewable power and using non-toxic inks.
And if that wasn’t enough, a portion of profits go to American Forests which is all about protecting and restoring our trees.