Amy Erbacher

Australia - NSW

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From her professional background as a swimwear model, celebrity and TV Presenter; Amy Erbacher has always had an intense passion for beauty and skin care.

This passion initially led her to establish Amy Erbacher Tans in 2008, because of her strong beliefs in the dangers of sun overexposure balanced with the need to create a warm, healthy glow with the use of artificial bronzer. This became a success story almost overnight and gave Amy the foundations to study further in the beauty field and create Amy Erbacher Beauty.

Having obtained a beauty diploma, Amy is now a qualified Aesthetician- a specialist in the study of beauty treatments and skin care. She has combined these skills with her already extensive experience in bronzing to offer clients a complete one-stop-shop for all things skin.

Amy's personalised approach, combined with years of experience in the modelling industry gives her a unique ability to bring out the best in people. She keeps up to date with the latest literature in skin care and heavily believes in using active organic products and formulations that achieve measurable, noticeable results.

Her client's satisfaction is always her top priority and she will find both bronzing and skin care solutions to suit even the most difficult skin types. It is no wonder, that many of her regular clients are some of Sydney's best know celebrities.

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