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THE BRI­TISH SKIN- CARE PRO CROSSED THE POND TO BRING HER MAGIC TOUCH ( AND BRIL­LIANT TOOLS) TO AMER­I­CAN DEVO­TEES

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Skin-care guru Teresa Tarmey touches down state­side to cater to her fa­mous fan base

SINCE TARMEY OPENED her new Man­hat­tan skin­care clinic this past sum­mer, beauty gu­rus have been jock­ey­ing to score an ap­point­ment. Not only are they ea­ger to ex­pe­ri­ence her famed cus­tom­ized fa­cials, they also want to try her In­sta­gram-wor­thy Bal­lancer Pro, a type of com­pres­sion body­suit that works to boost the lym­phatic sys­tem. “No one else has it in New York at the mo­ment,” she says. “It’s great to do post-flight or pre-party. You can re­ally see a dif­fer­ence.”

Ten years ago in Lon­don, Tarmey trained with doc­tors and skin-care ex­perts while try­ing to rem­edy her own acne. “I treated a lot of my scar­ring and fig­ured out what works.” She opened a stu­dio in Kens­ing­ton about two years ago and has built a rep­u­ta­tion for per­fect­ing the com­plex­ions of stars like Si­enna Miller and Poppy Delev­ingne with an all-in­clu­sive ap­proach: “I have a [set] price and do what I can for that in­di­vid­ual.” That means you could get a treat­ment with acid serums to brighten, lasers to zap red­ness, or mi­croneedling to ad­dress scars—and choose to do it all while en­joy­ing a lym­phatic mas­sage in her fancy pants. “Ev­ery­one leaves with re­sults.”

Can’t get an ap­point­ment? Here’s the next-best thing: Tarmey has cre­ated so­phis­ti­cated at-home tools in­spired by her in-of­fice prac­tices, like her cryother­apy kit, which in­cludes an icy sphere to tone your face. “It’s good for depuff­ing. You can get the cheek­bones show­ing again.” Her 12-week Pro­gramme packs prod­ucts and a Der­maroller (a tool that stim­u­lates skin to help prod­ucts pen­e­trate). But if you’re go­ing to in­vest money in her gad­gets, you need to in­vest time as well. “It’s like go­ing to the gym—you don’t usu­ally go just twice a year. Don’t rush the process.”

“I treated a lot of my scar­ring and fig­ured out what works.”

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