Michele Carter & Masoomeh | Skin Care Tips

skin care tips Michele Carter was hooked on motorcycles the first time she rode a dirt bike when she was 10 years old. You’ll also find her out on hiking trails, ski slopes and just about everywhere else in between she can explore. The concept behind Adventuress started during a motorcycle trip. Being outside for extensive periods of time, prompted Michele to think a little bit differently about how your skin behaves because of that exposure. Thus Adventuress was created to specialize in skin care products for women who love an active lifestyle. With Michele is Masoomeh, a world-traveling biochemist who has been instrumental in the development of Adventuress products. She’s got more than 20 years experience developing technologies for brands like L’Oreal, Estee Lauder and Proctor and Gamble, to name a few. Adventuress offers all natural products to offer a wide range of anti aging, sun protection and overall moisture to your skin.

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In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What skin hazards you’re exposed to on the road and how they can harm you
  • How to protect your skin when you’re outdoors
  • Special skin care considerations for riders
  • How to know what’s best for your skin type
  • How to prioritize which products to pack
  • How soon before riding to consider skin care

Evaluate any product’s claim by educating yourself about the product and it’s claims. Rule out anything that claims a miracle fix or something outrageous. Look at the first 4-5 key ingredients on the ingredients list. What’s there and what order are they in? Then go and read about them. Finally, allow time to get to know the product —i.e. more than 1-2 days.

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“To me, that passion for adventure and zest for life is what being an Adventuress is all about.” Michele Carter


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