How long has having good looking skin been important to you?
It's been important to me my entire life.
Do you think it affects how others see you, treat you? Why?
Clear skin feels good - radiant light is high and the responses you get are always positive. I always feel good about myself when I glow.
Does it give you confidence to have healthy looking skin?
Do you take any extra steps to keep your skin looking as good as possible? If yes, how?
I try to get a proper amount of sleep and I love the Borba Clarifying Water.
Has your skin issues ever embarrassed you or made a good situation less than desirable (Stress causing new acne when beginning to date someone new, Shooting a series and needing to be caked up with make up for cover up - shooting scheduled for an other day because of it, etc...)? What was the situation? What happened and did you do anything about it?
Early in my career it was a big stress wearing makeup all of the time. My work was torturous on the skin and it showed.
What's the best skin care tip that you could give based on your experiences?
If you can help it, don't ever touch your skin. Bring your own brushes and take responsibility for your skin.
What do you think about the BORBA founder Scott-Vincent Borba and his knowledge of skin care and what he's trying to do?
I love that he is pure and clean on the inside and out. And his products are safe, enlightened and provide a beautiful energy and radiance to the skin.