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Celebrity beauty expert Kristin Fisher shares her lavish skincare regime


By Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia

06:57 11 Oct 2020, updated 06:57 11 Oct 2020

  • Kristen Fisher is the founder of Sydney beauty clinic, Kristen Fisher Eyebrows 
  • The mother-of-two has shared her daily skincare regime with followers online 
  • Her morning, evening and weekly-used products total a whopping $4,388.20 
  • She has previously talked about what keeps her toned physique in shape 

A celebrity beauty therapist has shared her lavish daily skincare routine, with the products – including a $949 LED face mask and $560 eye cream – totalling $4,388.

Kristin Fisher, the founder of successful beauty clinic Kristen Fisher Eyebrows in Sydney, took to Instagram on Friday to lay bare her face – and the budget she spends on her coveted regime.

The mother-of-two said she hasn’t had Botox in her face for two years after growing ‘immune’ to the procedure, so she has had to rely on good quality serums, acids and cleansers to keep her youthful glow. 

Kristin Fisher , the founder of successful beauty clinic Kristen Fisher Eyebrows in Sydney took to Instagram on Friday to lay bare her face – and the budget she spends on her coveted regime
She uses the Omnilux Contour $949 three to five times a week
Augustinus Bader The Cream $370

Kristin starts her morning by cleaning once with the La Roche-Posay Toleriane Cleanser $27.95, before applying the Rationale Immunologist Serum $174 and Rationale Antioxidant Hydragel $180.

Then, if he’s feeling particularly dry, she’ll mix a few drops of the Sunday Riley Juno $115 and Drunk Elephant Anti-Pollution Sunshine Drops $58 into her Augustinus Bader The Cream $370, followed by Rationale The Day Creme $176, La Prairie White Caviar Illuminating Eye Cream $560 and sunscreen – either Ultra Violette Lean Screen $45 or Ultra Violette Supreme Screen $45.

Twice a week she’ll also add an acid like Skinceuticals H.A Intensifier $148 for extra potency.

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Kristin starts her morning by cleaning once with the La Roche-Posay Toleriane Cleanser $27.95, before applying the Rationale Immunologist Serum $174 and Rationale Antioxidant Hydragel $180
La Roche-Posay Toleriane Cleanser $27.95
Ultra Violette Lean Screen $45 or Ultra Violette Supreme Screen $45

At night Kristin cleanses twice with Rationale Proceramide Cleanser $102 before applying Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum $110 and Medik8 Retinol 6TR $89 on her t-zone.

She’ll mix Isle of Paradise Self Tanning Drops $34.25 into her Augustinus Bader The Cream $370 and then use the smallest amount of La Mer Moisturising Cream $470 on her cheeks and forehead.

La Prairie White Caviar Illuminating Eye Cream $560 is the final treat for her delicate under-eye area.

KRISTIN FISHER’S SKINCARE REGIME: 

Kristin Fisher sans makeup

MORNING:

* La Roche-Posay Toleriane Cleanser $27.95 

* Rationale Immunologist Serum $174

* Rationale Antioxidant Hydragel $180

* Sunday Riley Juno $115

* Augustinus Bader The Cream $370

* Rationale The Day Creme $176

* La Prairie White Caviar Illuminating Eye Cream $560

* Ultra Violette Lean Screen $45 and Ultra Violette Supreme Screen $45 

* Drunk Elephant Anti-Pollution Sunshine Drops $58

* Skinceuticals H.A Intensifier $148

EVENING: 

* Rationale Proceramide Cleanser $102

* Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum $110

* Medik8 Retinol 6TR $89

* Augustinus Bader The Cream $370

* Isle of Paradise Self Tanning Drops $34.25

* La Mer moisturising cream $470

* La Prairie White Caviar Illuminating Eye Cream $560 

WEEKLY: 

* Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel $141

* Eve Lom Rescue Toner $112

* Aspect Probiotic Mask $62

* Tatcha Dewy Skin Mask $19

* Rationale Immunologist Mask $202

* Omnilux Contour $949

* Beauty Bio Dermarolling $199 

 

Twice a week she will exfoliate with Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel $141, apply the Eve Lom Rescue Toner $112 every other day, Aspect Probiotic Mask $62 once a week, Tatcha Dewy Skin Mask $19 twice a week, Rationale Immunologist Mask $202 once a week and Omnilux Contour $949 three to five times a week. 

‘Why don’t I look like an embryo? I’m exhausted just from typing this,’ Kristin joked.

‘So yeah I’m pretty low maintenance.’  

In July Kristen Fisher shared an image of her six-pack abs and the product that has been helping her stay in shape.

‘Convenience is key for me! My mornings are hectic as I’m sure they are for most working mums (and all mums for that matter),’ she said.

Kristen Fisher took to Instagram to share an image of her six-pack abs and the product that has been helping her stay in shape
‘Convenience is key for me! My mornings are hectic as I’m sure they are for most working mums (and all mums for that matter),’ the mother-of-two said
‘I’ve been having my Nuut shake every morning for about four months now and can’t imagine my life without them. It takes all of one minute to shake and drink. Easy peasy and delicious’

‘I’ve been having my Nuut shake every morning for about four months now and can’t imagine my life without them. It takes all of one minute to shake and drink. Easy peasy and delicious.’ 

Nuut are $3.92 nutritional meal sachets created by Adil Bux in 2019, one of the creators behind iconic Australian wellness brands Invisible Zinc and Welle Co.

Each chocolate-flavoured sachet, which contains 25 per cent of your daily vitamin needs, was formulated by PHD scientists.

More than 100,000 have been sold since COVID-19 began – and one drink has been sold every minute since the brand launched. 

Kristen, who is married to F45 personal trainer Chris Barnes, has been on a ‘fitness reboot’ since the end of 2019, and has lost five kilos since
In January 2020 she spent time at Queensland wellness spa Eden, gaining a huge amount of perspective about the importance of whole foods in your diet
‘At the time I didn’t even know weight was an issue. Because it really wasn’t,’ she wrote in a dedicated post

What are Kristen’s fitness tips? 

* Eat three full meals a day and incorporate 2-3 snacks between them.

* Walk most days and do light resistance work twice a week.

* Eat mainly whole foods and cut out dairy, gluten, meat and refined sugar. 

* Drink a Nuut shake for breakfast every morning. 

Kristen, who is married to F45 personal trainer Chris Barnes, has been on a ‘fitness reboot’ since the end of 2019, and has lost five kilos since.

In January 2020 she spent time at Queensland wellness spa Eden, gaining a huge amount of perspective about the importance of whole foods in your diet. 

‘At the time I didn’t even know weight was an issue. Because it really wasn’t,’ she wrote in a dedicated post.

‘I wanted to go to Eden to have a week of sleep, exercise, and eat beautiful food, which is exactly what I did. However what I learned whilst I was there was something that I never anticipated would end up having the biggest impact on me.

‘I wanted to go to Eden to have a week of sleep, exercise, and eat beautiful food, which is exactly what I did,’ she said
Her followers have noticed a distinct difference in Kristen’s body, stating that ‘they’ll have whatever she is drinking’ (Nuut pictured)

‘I’ve always eaten a lot. I’ve got a fast metabolism and I’m glad that I never yo-yo dieted so my metabolism always had my back. However being the snack queen that I am, paired with being a champagne aficionado, meant that my metabolism had to work a little harder.’

Since her time at Eden Kristen has been eating more whole foods than ever before.  

‘I’ve cut out a lot of dairy and gluten because I’m now better educated on what to eat instead. I’ve cut out a lot of meat as well. As well as refined sugar,’ she said.

‘I am not going without any of these things! Everything in moderation. I had spaghetti bolognese for dinner last week with zucchini noodles followed by two Tim Tams for dessert.’

‘I’ve cut out a lot of dairy and gluten because I’m now better educated on what to eat instead. I’ve cut out a lot of meat as well. As well as refined sugar,’ she said
But overall her diet has ‘changed for the better’, with three full meals and 2-3 snacks now her new normal

But overall her diet has ‘changed for the better’, with three full meals and 2-3 snacks now her new normal.   

‘I’m walking almost every day and doing some light resistance training twice a week,’ she said.

That resistance training might involve boxing at the exclusive Shelter gym in Double Bay, Pilates at Body Love Pilates in Woollahra or simply a weights-based workout in the park with her husband.

Her followers have noticed a distinct difference in Kristen’s body, stating that ‘they’ll have whatever she is drinking’. 

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