An Australian skincare brand is making waves in the beauty industry its ability to shrink pores, clear pigmentation and brighten dark circles in a matter of weeks.
Developed by Melbourne‘s leading plastic surgeon, Dr Chris Moss, Liberty Belle Rx is a range of products laced with vitamins A, B and C that promise to deliver exceptional results without Botox, injectables or cosmetic surgery.
A 39-year-old Melbourne customer named Brooke recently managed to banish redness and uneven skin tone without touching a needle, using a five-minute ‘day and night’ routine of the brand’s best-selling treatments in just three months.
Liberty Belle Rx customer Brooke, 39, (pictured before and after using the products) transformed her skin in a matter of weeks; her redness and pigmentation were visibly reduced
In the mornings she used the $70 Heartfelt cleanser, the $158 Eye Do cream and the $144 Next Level serum, followed by the $144 Game Changer treatment, the $138 Superhero moisturiser and the $65 Superstar SPF50+.
Before bed, she treated her face to the $70 Braveheart cleanser, the $138 Eye Dream cream, the $144 Dream Team lotion and the $158 Power Broker moisturiser.
Brooke also used the $142 Quiet Achiever facial treatment three nights each week, as well as the $168 Bright Star serum every second nights.
She started the treatment plan in January 2021 and had wound back the clock on her complexion by the middle of April.
Brooke’s transformative regime
- $70 Heartfelt cleanser
- $158 Eye Do cream
- $144 Next Level serum
- $144 Game Changer treatment
- $138 Superhero moisturiser
- $65 Superstar SPF50+
- $70 Braveheart cleanser
- $138 Eye Dream cream
- $144 Dream Team lotion
- $158 Power Broker moisturiser
Three nights per week: $142 Quiet Achiever facial treatment
Alternating nights: $168 Bright Star serum
All products from Liberty Belle Rx by top cosmetic surgeon, Dr Chris Moss.
In a testimonial posted online, Brooke (pictured before and after) said she had spent years following a ‘basic routine’ that involved a supermarket facial scrub and a cheap moisturiser
In a testimonial posted to the brand’s website, Brooke said she had spent years following a ‘basic routine’ that involved a supermarket facial scrub, a cheap moisturiser and sunscreen each day.
Her areas of concern were crows feet and fine lines across her forehead, clogged pores, sun damage, redness, and puffiness around the eyes.
Within four to six weeks of using the range, Brooke said she started to notice visible improvements.
The $158 Eye Do cream (left) is one of Liberty Belle’s best-sellers, while its $168 Bright Star serum (right) is also popular, thanks to its high vitamin C content which fights signs of ageing and clears congestion
‘My pores were clearing up, my dark circles and pigmentation were fading,’ she wrote.
‘I noticed my makeup would go on better and last longer. People stopped commenting on me looking tired and I noticed my skin looked healthier and brighter in photos.’
After seeing before and after photos taken as part of an independent customer trial, Brooke said she was ‘blown away’ by how much her face had changed.
What should you look for when choosing skincare products?
Vitamins for the skin are common active ingredients. The three most well-known and powerful active ingredients for the skin are vitamin A, B and C.
Vitamin A increases the rate of mitosis or cell regeneration and is the best anti-ageing ingredient on the market to date, helping to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin B (nicinamde) promotes cell repair and hydration.
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant protecting against cell damage and aids in collagen building.
For dull and dry skin the go-to active ingredients to look for would be Vitamin B for hydration and cell repair, Vitamin A for increasing cell turnover and natural desquamation, Vitamin C for brightness and finally hyaluronic acid to increase water content on the skin.
For congestion the go-to active ingredients would be Vitamin A for increasing cell turnover and natural desquamation, BHAs to dissolve blackhead build up, and a product with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to destroy the presence of the p.acnes bacteria.
Source: Liberty Belle
She said she couldn’t believe how much her pigmentation and sun damage had faded, and how much her pores had shrunk – particularly across the bridge of her nose.
‘The regime each morning and night takes no longer than five minutes and I have enjoyed taking the time to invest in my skin,’ she added.
In a similar way it took just four weeks for a customer called Laura to see a major difference in her congestion, breakouts and pigmentation.
‘I was seeing clusters of breakouts through my T-zone and chin constantly. I was really stuck and fed up with the way my skin was and it wasn’t improving no matter what I tried,’ she said.
In a similar way it took just four weeks for a customer called Laura (pictured before and after) to see a major difference in her congestion, breakouts and pigmentation
In a last ditch attempt to clear her skin, Laura tried the $70 Braveheart cleanser and $158 Bright Star serum – and saw almost instant results.
‘I noticed in myself that I wasn’t needing to wear as much makeup as I previously was in order to cover up blemishes day-to-day,’ she said.
‘That in itself is a great result. Having clear skin means a great base for makeup to be applied and this not only looks a lot more flawless but means using fewer products and this has always been a goal of mine, so I’m very happy.’
In a last ditch attempt to clear her skin, Laura (pictured before and after) tried the $70 Braveheart cleanser and $158 Bright Star serum – and saw almost instant results
The products boast hundreds of five-star reviews online, with women claiming they are the only thing that has ‘encouraged them to stop paying for Botox’.
‘I’m overly complimented on my skin and no doubt much of it is due to you,’ one person wrote on Instagram.
Another added: ‘Obsessing over my new skin care that REALLY works’.
Australian celebrities like Megan Gale, Jodi Gordon and Carrie Bickmore are fans of the brand and regularly talk about their results on social media.