New distributors for Skinstitut

Fiona Tuck and Andrew Christie have bought the exclusive Australian distribution rights for cosmeceutical brand, Skinstitut, and IPL and laser machine, Ulase; which is due to launch later this year.
With over 20 years in the professional beauty industry, Ms Tuck’s experience ranges from clinic owner, training and assessing, international training manager for the Dermal Institute and paramedical treatment training for the medical profession. She regularly provides comment and writes articles for industry and fashion magazines and has been an industry keynote speaker around the world, presenting in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Europe, England and the USA.

Ms Tuck holds a variety of qualifications including skin therapy, natural therapies, nutritional medicine, bio chemistry, advanced chemical peeling and IPL/laser accreditation.

An internationally renowned trainer, industry commentator and media personality, Andrew Christie is a trained paramedical dermal therapist and editorial makeup artist. With over 13 year’s industry experience, Mr Christie’s sales and marketing expertise has seen the growth and development of over 100 brands both in Australia and overseas.

Ms Tuck and Mr Christie say their combined love for skincare and ingredient technology led them to become the new co-owners of Skinstitut. The new distribution company is called Skinstitut (Australia) Pty. Babak Moini is the founder and owner of Skinstitut Pty.

“I am totally blown away with the quality and activity of Skinstitut. They truly are the best products I have ever used and I feel extremely proud to be able to offer such a fantastic product at such low prices. We plan to change industry perception that high quality active cosmeceuticals need to cost a fortune!” Ms Tuck  said.

Pictured, left to right, are Fiona Tuck, Babak Moini and Andrew Christie.

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