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Exeter spa releases charity song in support of healthy skincare campaign

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Image: Clara Bond, Mariam Badavi and Carl Rimmer

Purity Boutique Spa in Exeter has released a charity song to inspire young people to look after their skin and protect it from potential sun damage, with proceeds going to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The song, called ‘Porcelain’, was written by Clara Bond, a talented young Devon singer-songwriter and ambassador for the spa’s ‘Skin Angels’ educational campaign.

As stockists and advocates of Environ skincare, the salon’s Skin Angels recommend that people use Environ’s antioxidant vitamin-based RAD sunscreen for the ideal approach to sun protection. Along with Bond, the team is visiting schools to spread its healthy skin and sun care messages.

Bond comments: “I really believe you don’t need a tan to be beautiful. Having healthy skin is much more important and I hope Porcelain conveys that message to people.”

Porcelain song cover_300Skin Angels’ founder and spa owner Mariam Badavi, comments: “It is great to have an inspiring person like Clara supporting Skin Angels. We plan to promote it throughout the year to keep reminding people that it is important to look after their skin.”

Porcelain is available to download for just 79 pence on iTunes now and an accompanying video is on YouTube. All profits will go to the charity Teenage Cancer Trust.

A further video, linked to the song, includes Mariam speaking about keeping skin safer in the sun, along with her fellow Skin Angels ambassadors Bond and Carl Rimmer from the Exeter Chiefs Rugby team.