Nausheen Qureshi is a skin care product formulation and skin care development consultant. She is a biochemist by training and helps private clients, whether start-ups or existing companies, with new product development.
Nausheen speaks to Stylist Magazine on the huge impact stress has on your skin, and what to do about it.
Nausheen talks to Refinery 29 about the age-old benefits of incorporating tea tree oil into products and how this benefits the skin.
Nausheen speaks to Byrdie about Gua Sha, a skincare movement so in season at the moment. But is there any scientific benefit to our faces and incorporating it into our skincare routine?
Nausheen speaks to the Metro newspaper about the toxicity of sunscreen ingredients for the coral reefs and mentions that it is also rising silicon levels in the sea that is being attributed to plankton blooms that clog fish gills.
Nausheen talks to Vogue about how it’s not just packaging that is causing a riot in beauty sustainability. It’s your formulations too that get washed down the sink and enter the marine environment.
Nausheen is passionate about the sustainability of her beauty formulations. Here she speaks to Glamour about how we are learning about toxic by-products of beauty products after we wash them off our faces each evening.
Nausheen speaks to Kathleen Baird-Murray about budget skincare and whether or not these products work or are any good.
Nausheen joins forces with award-winning journalist Claire Coleman to give her opinion on whether bargain products are worth it.
Nausheen speaks to Image magazine in Ireland about the link between your menstrual cycle and your skin.
Forbes lists Nausheen Qureshi as one of the top women in skin care and mentions her accolade as British Vogue's "One To Watch" in the Beauty Industry.
Nausheen talks about what makes creams work to the Financial Times.
Which is better? Body Oils or Body Creams when it comes to moisturising the skin? You may be surprised at the result. Nausheen chimes in with her expert scientific opinion
What is the future of skin care and what will our products look like and perform like in a few years' time? This is the question Raconteur Magazine asked Nausheen and the answers she gave was published in The Times
Nausheen talks to The Telegraph about the light wavelengths emitted from laptops and phone screens that lead to premature ageing of the skin.
Beauty Bible at The Daily Mail ask Nausheen Qureshi for her expert advice on treating acne - specifically in teens, but the same applies to any age group dealing with acne.
Get The Gloss include Nausheen Qureshi as one of their skin care experts.