Bachelorettes get their glow on

The bachelottes on the 2017 season of The Bachelor (image by Network Ten)

Three weeks into the 2017 season of The Bachelor and the secret to the bachelorettes’ glowing skin is out – Dr. Spiller Biomimetic Skin Care.

Dr. Spiller skincare expert Sue Dann says Omniderm (the distributor of Dr. Spiller in Australia) was thrilled to supply the products to “one of the biggest television shows of the year”.

“We will be helping all the gorgeous contestants maintain glowing skin right until the nail-biting finish,” she said.

“They won’t all find true love on the show, but their skin is guaranteed to fall head over heels for Dr. Spiller Skincare.”

However the bachelorettes aren’t the only stars wearing the “Dr Spiller glow’ on Australian television screens.

Sue has many high-profile clients including Sandra Sully, Lisa Wilkinson, Sylvia Jeffreys and Chloe Morello.

Dr Spiller expert Sue Danne

She says she has helped all of them achieve “a more youthful, healthy complexion” with Dr Spiller products that “replicate the natural biological function of the skin”.

“Dr. Spiller Biomimetic Skin Care helps your complexion radiate that I’m-in-love kinda glow – think plump and dewy.

“It achieves this with the unique Dr. Spiller hydration system – every water molecule containing active ingredients is ‘wrapped’ in oil, allowing the active ingredients to penetrate deeply into the skin to provide long-lasting hydration.” 

Omniderm expects the partnership with The Bachelor to generate considerable media interest for the brand – especially after the season finale.

“Once Network Ten announce Matty’s chosen girl we expect that’ll generate both editorial and print exposure for the brand,” says Sue.

“I’m looking forward to treating Matty and his chosen beloved to regular facial treatments in the months ahead to keep them dewy-skinned and glowing”.

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