Do you think the quality of your skin affects how others see you, treat you? Why?
Yes, it’s a clear reflection of your health and well being.
Does it give you confidence to have healthy looking skin?
Healthy looking skin is confidence in my business.
Do you take any extra steps to keep your skin looking as good as possible? If yes, how?
Of course. Facials are important to me and I even give myself home care facials.
(Scott-Vincent recommended and gave Lynn the products in the “At Home Spa Facial Kit” )
Have you ever had skin issues, like acne, dryness, dark circles, uneven colorations, wrinkles? If so what and what’s a good story you have about any issues it may have caused for you both personally and professionally ?
When I was in my late teen years, my acne was awful. I had to go on accutane. The acne I had was terribly embarrassing! You never think about your skin when it looks good, but when it’s bad it’s hard to think about anything else.
What's your best skin care tip that you could give based on your experiences?
Using toner tightens pores. Tighter pores provide a fresher and younger look.
What do you think about the BORBA founder Scott-Vincent Borba and his knowledge of skin care and what he's trying to do?
He has such incredibly amazing skin and what he’s doing for skin care is wonderful!