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Yorkshire-based company Face the Future celebrates 10 year anniversary

Some of the team members at Face the Future, including Kate Bancroft, centre

This month sees Yorkshire-based skincare company, Face the Future, celebrate the 10th birthday of their hugely successful online shop. Specialising in advanced skincare and cosmeceutical products, the company has seen tremendous growth and, now in their 10th year, the company looks set to continue to be the UK’s leading advanced aesthetic and online skin clinic.

Founded after the success of the nurse-led, CQC-regulated skin clinic based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Kate Bancroft, Nurse Independent Prescriber and Founder of Face the Future, saw the demand for comprehensive home-treatment products that would extend the results of in-clinic treatments, assist post-treatment recovery and improve skin overall. As a result, the Face the Future online shop was born. Stocking over 150 clinically proven brands including Skinceuticals, Medik8, Jan Marini and NeoStrata, Face the Future only work with no-fad skincare brands that deliver true results. Face the Future are also the exclusive distributor of mesoestetic, a revolutionary Spanish cosmeceutical brand known for their groundbreaking skincare technology.

Kate Bancroft commented: “We’re so tremendously proud of all that we’ve achieved over the past 10 years. I had a very clear vision for both the clinic and the online shop when we first set out and seeing it come to life through the hard work of our team is brilliant. We’re so excited for the next chapter for Face the Future and want to continue our mission to provide people all over the UK with ethical, unbiased advice on all things skin to help even more people achieve the best skin of their life.”

The company has also recently launched an online skincare test, meaning that those based outside of Yorkshire can now receive customised, unbiased skincare advice, unique to them, potentially saving hundreds of pounds on skincare that simply isn’t right for them or their skin. Since it’s launch, over 1,500 people from all across the country have gone on to take the test.