5 minutes with a miss universe contestant

21 year old, PR/Journalism student, Sarah Czarnuch, talks about Winter skin and her new regime. {We can envisage her being a TV star that’s for sure!}

Sarah Czannuch (VIC)

q1. Are you enjoying your new dmk regime? Do you have a favourite product?

I am loving it! Over the winter months my skin tends to get a little neglected however through utilising my new DMK regime my skin has never looked better. The products are nothing like I have ever used before and I can safely say I will never use another skincare brand.
My favourite product would have to be ACU-THERM; it is fantastic to treat the odd breakout without drying out your skin. It’s a product that you can really feel working, and you notice clearer skin from the next day.

q2. What was your first dmk treatment experience like? Have you ever had anything like it?

My DMK treatment was absolutely amazing, having never had a facial before I was in awe of how relaxing and tranquil the experience was. It was also fantastic to learn about all the different products and gain knowledge on my skin and how to treat it.

q3. Do you have any skin concerns?

I have been lucky enough to be blessed with fairly clear skin however, I do suffer from the dreaded ‘stress pimple’ which always occurs around important occasions and events (just like the Miss Universe Australia Finals).

q4. Has using DMK helped/changed your skin?

The improvement in my skin from using DMK products was almost instantaneous; my skin looks brighter, clearer and well hydrated. Undertaking a daily skin routine is no longer a chore, I actually get excited every morning to use all my products as they make me feel glamorous and refreshed.

q5. Would you recommend DMK’s Klear Collection to your friends who suffer from breakouts?

Absolutely, DMK’s ability to not only treat acne and breakouts whilst maintaining a great level of hydration in the skin is something I haven’t been able to find in any other skincare product. My younger sister battled with acne throughout her teen years, it really took a toll on her confidence and she often hid behind layers of makeup because she was unable to find a product that worked for her.

q6. What would it mean to you to become miss universe Australia?

It would mean the absolute world to me. Coming from a small town in Regional Victoria, I have often doubted myself and I would love be a positive role model to young girls throughout Australia. I would love to be given the opportunity to represent Australia internationally and on a personal level achieve something I never thought I could!

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