Biologi has announced Australian model Samantha Harris has signed on to become the brand’s global ambassador. To celebrate the multi-faceted, inspiring and strong woman that Samantha Harris is, her first skincare campaign launches this month, in line with Biologi’s new product launch – Bc Refresh Cleanser.
Biologi has had the Aussie model in their sights since the brand’s conception back in 2017, with the founders believing Samantha epitomises everything the brand represents. With her radiant complexion and empowering personality, Biologi knew Samantha would be the perfect fit.
“We’ve been patiently waiting for the opportunity to work with Samantha for a really long time now, having always loved the way her inner beauty reflects her outer beauty. She is a woman who truly understands our brand and the difference we want to make, all whilst exemplifying what modern beauty means in her own unique way. Samantha is a role model in every sense of the word because she inspires confidence in women through encouraging them to be comfortable in their own skin. She has a strong, global presence that relates to every woman, yet has a down to earth personality that is representative of the quintessential Aussie girl. We are so proud to call Samantha our new ambassador,” said Biologi’s managing director Lucy Macdougald.
Harris, who was introduced to Biologi organically through social media, has been using the brand’s products for months.
“Biologi is a brand that I personally use on my own skin, so working with them was a natural choice in that regard, however as a brand they are so much more than just skincare. They are one of the only brands in the world that offer plant to bottle skincare, with a focus on using single Australian natives that are sourced locally, ethically and sustainably. As a brand they’re passionate about educating their consumers on everything from production processes through to how ingredients are made, but most importantly, they focus on empowering their customers to feel good in their own skin,” Harris said.
Most renowned for her modelling, Samantha catapulted onto the scene when she was just 11 years old, having won the “Girlfriend Covergirl” competition. Before long, her image graced the pages of Australia’s top publications, including the cover of Australian Vogue at the age of 18. Samantha has featured prominently during Australian Fashion Week and as the face of some of Australia’s most notable brands, and most recently made headlines thanks to her philanthropic work with World Vision. Samantha is currently partnered with the charity as their first female First Nations Goodwill Ambassador.
Since first using the products, Samantha has joined the thousands of women world-wide who have experienced the phenomenal effects Biologi has on the skin. As a brand they are going from strength to strength, most recently launching the world’s first 100% natural cleanser, Bc Refresh Cleanser.
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