Q & A

Our experts answer your questions

Q&A with Dr. Tamara Pheiffer

Following our second exclusive Beauty Warriors event, held at Anti-Aging Art in Houghton, we met up with Dr. Tamara Pheiffer to discuss bio-hacking with her. Find out more about this interesting topic below. What are biohacking and biogerontology and what does this...

Q&A with physiotherapist Roxanne Ashkar

Just the other day Beauty Warriors hosted their second, exclusive event. This event was held at Anti-Aging Art in Houghton with seven select media partners. We were lucky enough to have a one-on-one session with physiotherapist  Roxanne Ashkar. Find out what we...

Q&A with Lara Wicksteed, Co-owner of YouBar Illovo

Beauty Warriors had an opportunity to sit down and chat with salon co-owner and boss babe, Lara Wicksteed. Lara is the co-owner of YouBar in Illovo. Here’s more about her and her salon, let’s use this as an opportunity to support local entrepreneurs. You had a...

Q&A with Boss Babe Jenna from La Tete Hair & Beauty

Jenna not only looks the part, she is a proper, born and bred boss babe. She has a HUGE passion for hair and beauty, and is living the dream. Full name : Jenna Gene Durocher-Yvon Occupation : Hair Stylist & salon Owner 3. How did you get into the beauty industry...

Q&A with Lulu & Marula CEO, Jesslyn Schlamm

I’ve always had a passion for supporting local entrepreneurs. From buying dish clothes from a lady at a market to supporting local vendors, I do believe that local is lekker. I have a newfound interest in learning more about female CEO’s since I recently left the...

Q&A with Boss Lady Marisa Dimitriadis

We all love a boss lady! Today's post is a Q&A with the beautiful Marisa Dimitriadis, spa consultant, CEO and business coach. 1. Your fullname: MARISA DIMITRIADIS. Facebook: Marisa Cachero Dimitriadis, Instagram: Marisa Cachero, Linked In: Marisa Cachero...

Q&A: Is it ever ok to squeeze or pop pimples?

Q: "So many beauty experts warn that it's bad to squeeze your pimples, but is it really that bad?" A: In a nutshell? Yes - it's possibly one of the worst things you could do to your skin. We know how tempting it can be to squeeze or pick at your pimple (especially...

Q&A: Sun protection

We know that childhood sunburn is one of the most important preventable causes of malignant melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer. Kids are especially vulnerable because they have thinner skin, a less developed immune system and because their behaviour means they spend much more time than adults outside playing in the sun. So how do we protect our kids? The Skin Cancer Foundation of South Africa answers this burning question.