Brisbane-based owner of Feel Body Care Leilani Johansen is committed to an Australian made, all natural, vegan and cruelty free range of skincare products. “I only ever wanted to create products that benefit the customer. Obviously as a consumer I know what I want out of my skincare products, and in addition to that I would never want to put my name to something that is anything less than quality,” she said. “People take such great care of the skin on their face, but sometimes forget about the rest of their body and that’s where our products come in.”

Johansen is currently an experienced Marketing Coordinator at Mediquip, with a demonstrated history of working in the medical device industry. She is a strong marketing professional, skilled in graphic design, marketing strategy,and digital marketing. Having completed an Associate’s Degree in Creative Enterprise at CQUniversity in 2011, she soon moved on to a Bachelor of Business, majoring in Marketing. She quickly completed it in 2015 and went on to start Feel Body Care.

The company launched last month to Australian and New Zealand women looking to not only improve the health of their skin, but featuring an entire line dedicated to booty care. Johansen’s philosophy asks if people have face routines, then why not a booty routine? “Bums are huge right now – no pun intended. Ladies, especially curvier ladies are becoming more confident with showing off their booties, so why not take care of them the way you would your face,” she said.”On a more practical level the scrub and cream also help prevent but acne. I talked to a lot of women whilst developing these products and a big concern was the acne that can appear on your booty, particularly after sweating it out at the gym.”

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