Natural Beauty, Challenging The Skincare Industry And The Power Of Positivity (Podcast)
24 November 2021
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In this episode
Aasmah talks to Michelle Chen, founder and CEO of RARE SkinFuel,
about starting her career in Silicon Valley at 16, moving across
the world to build an all-natural beauty brand and with this,
challenging the skincare industry – and how her positive attitude
has contributed to her success.
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Podcast host: Aasmah Mir
Aasmah Mir is an award winning broadcaster and journalist. She
currently co-hosts the Breakfast Show on Times Radio and writes a
regular column for The Times.
Guest | Michelle Chen
Michelle is a ‘skincare believer’ and an anti-aging
enthusiast and created her beauty brand to inspire women. RARE
SkinFuel is a range of skincare products which utilise an array of
all-natural ingredients, allowing them to be mixed and matched with
no adverse effect. She was able to create a line of products
ranging from face to body, which is suitable for all age groups,
skin type or skin condition.
Michelle didn’t start her career in beauty, but instead
began working as a graphic designer in a Silicon Valley start-up at
the age of 16, where she then took on various roles as a buyer,
product development director and sales. After working in various
roles for over 15 years, Michelle decided to create a business of
her own, and managed to turn her passion and energy into a brand
that many people have connected with.
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