Luke Hines joins SkinB5 Team to talk clear and healthy skin

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One of Australia’s leading healthy lifestyle gurus, Luke Hines, has joined forces with SkinB5 to share his experiences and solutions for healthier skin to Australians - face to face and online. Luke Hines will spearhead SkinB5’s message to thousands of Australians on the proven natural remedy against acne. Luke’s ethos on fitness, skincare and personal health are a perfect fit with the leading skincare brand. Author, Luke Hines, who shot to fame during the 2013’s season of My Kitchen Rules, has progressively carved out a successful career with his clean eating and exercise regime. As a prominent SkinB5 ambassador, he will join the long list of SkinB5 loyalists who have experienced the positive effects of dealing with acne from the inside out. As an acne sufferer during his teens, Luke tried many unsuccessful chemical options. The lure to find a natural strategy to fight acne created the opportunity for Luke and SkinB5 to come together. The SkinB5 range is based around Vitamin B5 and includes a highly effective nutritional supplement formulations and skincare products to treat acne naturally and without side effects. Given Luke’s food principles around clean living, exercise and eating nutrient-dense foods, avoiding gluten, dairy and refined sugar, it made sense for him to also approach his skincare regime naturally. “For me to look after my skin, it didn’t feel right to be taking something or putting something on my skin that had chemicals, fillers, toxic and harmful ingredients,” he said. “With the SkinB5 formulation, I knew it was natural and if I am going to fuel my body the right way with food, I need to follow that up and it with anything else I put into my body.” Luke uses SkinB5’s Acne Control Tablets, which are extra potent to get acne under control from the inside out and help calm overactive skin oil production. For interviews and further information: Diane Falzon FalzonPR 0430596699
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