The Quality Edit "Why Celebrity Estheticians Make the Best Skincare Products" ft. Cerabalm

In the midst of an ever-expanding array of skincare products, the question arises: which brands can we trust? According to Zoe Schaffer from The Quality Edit, celebrity estheticians possess a unique insight into the skincare industry. They have an understanding of ingredient synergies, potential reactions as well as the efficacy of product potency. With that being said, these celebrity estheticians have seen and tried many skincare products and are able to discern the gaps in the market. 

In response to the demand for trusted skincare, The Quality Edit has rounded up the best celebrity facialist brands and their hero products. Among these featured brands, Danuta Mieloch’s Danucera Cerabalm was a standout. Mieloch’s journey in skin care began with studies alongside dermatologists in Poland, where skincare is valued as a science followed by training in Paris, where her passion for skincare was truly ignited. Mieloch’s Rescue Spa, with its two locations in Philadelphia and NYC, continues to attract a clientele that includes celebrities such as Rosie Huntington-Whitley and Naomi Campbell. 


The first product released in the Danucera capsule collection is Mieloch’s multi-tasking cleansing balm, Cerabalm. Her “multi-tasking cleansing face balm is a fan favorite as it acts as a cleanser, balm, moisturizer and mask to regulate oils, fight hyperpigmentation, calm redness and impart radiance” says Zoe Schaffer. Schaffer emphasizes that it’s more than just a product, it is the ultimate way to get a bit of Danuta’s magic in your home.

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