Hello & Welcome!

I’m Yvette van Schie, your ‘Ethical Beauty Expert.’

As a beauty blogger, I share with you 35 years of beauty industry experience on healthy, natural, ethical ways to look beautiful and feel healthy.

Beauty comes from within, it is all about glowing skin through amazing health with the help of high quality, ethical natural skincare. Sometimes with a bit of subtle help on the way which does not include botox.

I enjoy sharing top beauty therapists, personal trainers, health gurus, cosmetic surgeons and natural practitioner’s wellness and beauty secrets. I reveal information which you should, but do not know about, breaking the barriers between those who know and everyone else.

I unveil the lies that the beauty and health industry tells us to keep us spending money on foods and skincare which in actual fact are shortening your life, whilst you think you are living well.



We only have one skin – so why not one cream?

About the cream

The everything skin cream started off as a cream for my blacksmith husband who could not understand that one cream was not designed to do his face, hands, feet, cuts and burns.

He just could not understand why it didn’t do ‘everything’. We only have one skin – so why not one cream?

During Covid’s shut down I decided to perfect the cream for not only my personal use, but also for my two daughters.

I am post-menopausal dry, my youngest daughter is dehydrated and 24, and my eldest is an acne prone 30 year old – my beauty therapy training tells me that my cream should not work on all our skins – but it does. Both my skin and their skins healed and looked brighter in only a few weeks.

So, off the cream went to any friend who wanted to try it, as well as my oil cleanser. The feedback was amazing – skin’s looked younger, started to glow, healed, eczema and psoriasis improved.

The feedback was amazing – skin looked younger, started to glow, healed, eczema and psoriasis improved…

And so the everything skin cream and oil was born.

No animal should suffer so that a human can look good.

We do not need chemicals or animal by-products to be beautiful.

The everything skin range is for every skin, for all of your skin – not just your face, but all of it.It can be used on every skin from oily/acne and inflamed skin – through to dry and mature skins.

Why? Because it works differently than most products. It heals the skin’s protective layer so that the microbiome can flourish, and the skin can function at its optimal best.

For oily skin – you just use the Everything Skin Cream sparingly, and cleanse with the Everything Skin Oil. For dry skin, you mix it up – you add the Everything Skin Oil to your Everything Skin Cream after you have used the oil to cleanse your skin.


I have also worked in product development, so understand what goes into a product, and why some things just should not be in your cream.

As a beauty blogger & writer

I have written for amazing publications such as  Professional Beauty, a leading industry magazine, whose staff  voted “your articles are the most enlightening, educational and enjoyable of all articles submitted.” I write for a cosmetic surgeon, explaining treatments and how they work, and how to get the best results from them. I also write for other industry specialists – so every day, I learn more and more. I’ve also been commissioned to write training manuals for several skincare companies.

As a beauty therapist

My beauty therapy training was completed at the elite Ella Bache College of Skin and Beauty Therapy, and I was a member of the AABth, a membership which was acquired through a rigorous exam until the organization closed down. My studies did not end there, I continued my studies for many years doing short courses to make sure my beauty and health knowledge became very well rounded.

I also train other therapists in speciality workshops and seminars. I have also designed facial treatments and written up treatment manuals.

As a makeup artist

I qualified from the prestigious Sydney College of Makeup Art, after having already worked for Revlon for 2 years as their makeup artist for TV shows, events and representing Revlon at June Dally-Watkins teaching makeup and skincare. I work in film, commercial photography and film, corporate photography and film, fashion, fashion parades and bridal makeup, as well as training up and coming makeup artists.

As a product developer

I understand what goes into a product, and why some things just should not be in your cream.

As a holistic facialist

I constantly research skincare products, internal health solutions, and anything to do with anti-ageing so that I can write my blog with great confidence, knowing that my information is well-grounded and truthful.

As a nutritionist

Food as medicine is my ultimate obsession – I love how by changing your diet you can improve your skin, health and mental health!

Join my friends in finding out all about how to live a long and healthy life, looking absolutely gorgeous! Make sure you check out the blog & please feel free to comment and ask me questions.

And make sure you go for a wander through my shop & treat your skin.

I look forward to you joining me!

Yvette x



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