She taught her eldest daughter Lily to use the right products for her skin type and also how important it is to always remove make-up before bed, reports bangshowbiz.com.
"I hope I have taught her not to be obsessive about her looks, as there are bigger issues in life that need our focus. Like me, Lily has very sensitive, eczema-prone skin, so I have taught her to always use her Cleanse & Polish cleanser, never to use anything that foams on her face and to always take her make-up off at night," said Earle.
"She went through a few rebellious teenage years when she did not do this, but she does now concede that her mother was right all along. She now writes a brilliantly inspiring fashion and beauty blog of her own, that has a very grounded point of view," said Earle.
The beauty entrepreneur is a firm believer in the power of a simple skincare routine.
"There is a common misconception that you have to invest in lots of expensive, time-consuming products to look your best.
"I disagree - a simple routine using a botanical cleanser, gently removed with a hot muslin cloth to exfoliate and speed skin cell renewal, topped with a moisturiser rich in skin-plumping plant oils are two of the simplest yet most important skincare steps you can take every day," she said.
--IANS (Posted on 02-12-2013)