MilesProfessional beauty junkie
DHC Title: Marketing Director
Beauty philosophy: Beauty is its own excuse for being.
Favorite DHC products: Deep Cleansing Oil, Extra Nighttime Moisture, Wrinkle Essence, Olive Virgin Oil, Olive-Corn Body Scrub (and so many that aren’t available in the US yet — sorry! Check back with us, they’re coming soon!)
Beauty icons: Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, Marianne Faithfull — anyone from Swinging 60s London. Their mod style defined a generation, an era, an attitude … and yet is completely timeless.
Posts by Miles
So THIS is what winter feels like. A Californian complaining about the cold probably won’t inspire a whole lot of sympathy from about 47 other states, but this unusually long and consistent cold streak we’re having is not only uncomfortable, it’s causing an all-out beauty crisis. Evidence:
• Skin—utter chaos
• Super-chapped lips
• Brittle hair
• Chalky, line-ridden hands
• Nails breaking – even with nail polish?
Yikes! As Nigel Tufnel might say, it’s time to turn it up to 11.Read more »
Recently, I was at the quarterly meeting of my Book Club (or as my husband calls it, “yeah right, Wine Club”). As we nestled down on the cozy carpet of my friend Crystal’s living room, Chardonnay in hand, my other friend Liza asked me out of the blue, “Have you had Botox?”
No one has ever asked me that before and I think it’s a question many women over 40 would enjoy hearing. Except …Read more »
Thanks to one little dude in our household, we rehearse for Halloween throughout the year. Secret weapon? What else, Deep Cleansing Oil. Simply nothing melts intensely pigmented grease paint off like it. What cleanser will you trust to take off your Halloween makeup?Read more »
DHC’s making waves in the blogosphere! Check out these products reviews of bestselling, always-favorites DHC Deep Cleansing Oil and DHC Velvet Skin Coat.Read more »
As I enjoyed my lovely, lazy Sunday yesterday, with its warm, embraceable sunshine and cool breeze reminding me that it was not quite spring, I remembered the Great Tohoku Earthquake of March 11, 2011. An omnipresent media broadcast unforgettable images of the quake’s devastation, as well as that of the ensuing tsunami, both of which changed the landscape of Japan, probably forever.Read more »