Dior has named British Aesthetician Teresa Tarmey as its new Global Skin Care Expert.
She will work with the LVMH-owned luxury label’s skin care team on international, editorial and influencer-focused projects.
Tarmey’s promotion comes after her previous work with Dior Beauty, when it appointed her as its UK skin care ambassador in April 2021.
“Being asked to globally represent Dior Skin Care is my biggest achievement so far,” said Tarmey.
“I have long admired the house heritage and look forward to exploring this partnership on an international level.”
“I love that Dior has their own manufacturing facilities for skin care and I have been blown away with their in-house scientists, research and innovation. I am so grateful and honoured to start this new journey in my career,” she added.
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Tarmey has worked as a skin care specialist for the past 25 years, and has particular expertise as a laser facialist.
She has treatment clinics located in Belgravia and Notting Hill in London, as well as a residency at the Four Seasons hotel in the Maldives.
Her eponymous brand recently developed a range of at-home skin care programmes, which are designed to offer the experience customers can get during an in-person treatment.
Tarmey also announced on Instagram in June that her brand’s Notting Hill flagship store will be offering body treatments for the first time.
The launch date has not been confirmed.