5 minutes with a miss universe contestant

We caught up with Byron Bay beach girl, Nina Hill, to see what she thinks of DMK and her miss universe experience so far.

Nina Hill

 

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

I absolutely love my new DMK regime! It is very different from what I used to do with my skin but after my consultation with DMK and receiving my DMK enzyme facial I realised I wasn’t giving my skin the attention and care it deserved.
The feeling DMK leaves on my skin is something I have never been able to achieve with any other product.

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

My first DMK treatment experience was heavenly!

My enzyme treatment was something I had never experienced before. And at first I must admit it was quite strange and a little uncomfortable as it tightened on my skin but the result was unbelievable! I learnt so much about what your skin does and how it reacts to certain things. I must admit I felt as though I had been neglecting my skin up until my DMK treatment/consultation.

q3. Do you have any skin concerns?

I have fairly oily skin so if my skin is blocked I can easily break out. I have to be careful when choosing which concealer, foundation or sun protection as it can lead to break outs if my skin can’t breathe well. I also have a very outdoors lifestyle. I surf and run a lot so I need to protect my skin from the harshness of the sun. Since using the DMK transdermal sunblock I have had great protection and no breakouts!

q4. Has using DMK helped/ changed your skin?

Yes definitely! It already feels so much softer and younger. After my consultation with DMK and my enzyme therapy treatment my friend picked me up and couldn’t believe how fresh and beautiful my skin looked without a drop of make up! She was so impressed she has now booked in for her fist DMK appointment.

q5. Have you ever known anyone to have his or her confidence knocked-down by acne?

Of course I think it’s something many can relate to. Breakouts are a common part of growing up but I had a close friend who was going through a really hard time in her life and with her depression came serious breakouts. The breakouts then just contributed to her feeling more down which in turn led to her taking prescription drugs to control the breakouts. This was a viscous cycle, as the drugs would have serious side effects that would leave her feeling down again. If I had of known about the DMK Klear Collection I would have recommended it in a heartbeat!

q6. How important is good skin to you?

It’s everything in relation to confidence and in turn confidence leads you to being the person you can be. You can have the perfect outfit and hairstyle but without clean clear skin the confidence just isn’t there.

q7. How has the Miss Universe Australia experience helped you grow as a person?

The Miss Universe Australia pageant has pushed me to grow as a person. I have had to do things I wouldn’t normally do. In order to do well in the competition I have had to push myself out of my comfort zone, and I believe that like any challenge in life good or bad you will grow from it. I have met so many amazing people and had the opportunity to succeed at something I never thought possible. The competition has taught me to believe in myself and stay positive throughout the whole experience.

More Miss Universe interviews to come! Stay tuned!

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