5-Minute Beauty Confessions with Dr Malebo Mashaba

This week we speak to #WonderfulWoman Dr Malebo Mashaba, an Employee Wellness Consultant and Clinical Psychologist specialising in the mental health of children, based in Centurion, Gauteng.  She shares her 5-Minute Beauty Confessions with The Beauty Studio Team.

1. What does beauty mean to you?

It’s a holistic description of the outlook which is made to glow by the inner confirmation of how one values and defines herself.

2. What’s one of the best beauty products you’ve ever used and why?

Optiphi Products, when I first trialed the product it did not take much time for my skin to change, especially my complexion and pigmentation. It is a beautiful product, I recommend it.

3. How has COVID and lockdown affected your beauty regime?

The pandemic did change a lot, with lockdown came less motivation to work or focus more on my skin. Being a busy woman, I always make sure that I look my best, but that system got destabilized greatly as I was no longer following the beauty routine I had established.

4. What’s your biggest strength?

My biggest strength is possessing the ability to rebuild/revive/reestablish. I am a very resilient and consistent woman.

5. What’s a cause that’s important to you?

Impacting society, addressing social problems/ills, which would ultimately breed a healed society. I believe that society is fragmented due to enormous bleeding and afflicted souls.

6. What are the 3 things you can’t live without?

    1. My Bible
      My Vision/Purpose
      My kids

7. How would you define yourself in three words?

Trailblazer, Fighter, Loving

8. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?

You cannot keep what isn’t yours.

9. What’s the last bit of self-care you performed?

I went for my Ultimate IV with Glutathione (I just wanted to feel different as the year started LOL)

10. What does a successful 2021 look like to you?

2021 -Focus/Commitment/Consistency and ending with good health & wealth!

11. Would you like to nominate a wonderful woman and why?

I would recommend Sarah Kekana – she has remained anchored and resilient throughout the 8 years we’ve known each other. She’s very authentic, grounded and loving.

Catch Dr Malebo Mashaba on:

Insta: @dr.malebomash and @rixilehealthgroup
Twitter: @malebza84