Exeter’s Skin Angels by Purity Boutique Spa have launched a song aimed at inspiring young people to look after their skin, including protecting it from potential sun damage.
The song, called ‘Porcelain’ has been written by Skin Angel’s ambassador, Devon singer / songwriter Clara Bond.
Clara comments: “I really believe you don’t need a tan to be beautiful. Having healthy skin is much more important and I hope Porcelain conveys that message to people.”
Skin Angel’s founder, Mariam Badavi, comments: “It is great to have an inspiring person like Clara supporting Skin Angels. We can’t wait to showcase ‘Porcelain’ to everyone . We then plan to promote it throughout the year to keep reminding people that it is important to look after their skin.”
Mariam worked for several years in the Plastic and Reconstructive unit at the RD&E and it was her experience working with skin cancer patients that motivated her to set-up Skin Angels in 2013, providing education, advice and treatments relating to skin.
Mariam continues: “It is my passion to spread the Skin Angel’s message to people everywhere.”
After the launch people will be able to download the song from iTunes for 79p and all profits will go to the charity Teenage Cancer Trust.
Laura Perrett, Regional Fundraiser – South West, Teenage Cancer Trust said: “Teenage Cancer Trust is delighted to be working with Skin Angels and would like to thank the team for all of their support with helping to raise awareness of the importance of protecting your skin from sun damage.”