LIZ Earle is a successful author with over 30 books on beauty, nutrition and wellbeing – and she regularly appears as a skincare expert on ITV's This Morning.
But, what else do we know about this entrepreneurial woman, who also has her own magazine, jewellery brand and beauty company? Let's take a look…
Liz – whose full name is Susan Elizabeth Earle – was born on 17 May 1963, that makes her 54.
She started her writing career as a beauty writer for Woman’s Journal, and has since gone on to write a whopping 30 books, including The Good Gut Guide, SKIN, Juice, Skin Secrets, 6-Week Shape Up Plan, Youthful Skin and Detox.
Liz and her friend, Kim Buckland, created Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare back in 1995. The company later became the Liz Earle Beauty Co.
In November 1997, Earle was honoured with an MBE for services to the beauty industry
Liz's exact net worth isn't known.
In 2010 the beauty business was sold to Avon for an undisclosed sum – it is now owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance.
Liz was one of several involved in the acquisition decision and a minority stakeholder at the time of the sale.
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What are Liz Earle's other businesses?
Liz has developed quite the business portfolio since departing the company she co-founded which was later sold to Avon, now owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance.
She set up Liz Earle Wellbeing – a wellness website, You Tube channel, podcast and quarterly magazine – in 2015.
In 2015, she founded Liz Earle Fair and Fine, an ethical jewellery range.
Liz was one of the founding members of the Guild of Health Writers and co-founded the Food Labelling Agenda (FLAG). She founded the humanitarian charity LiveTwice – which aims to give people a second chance – in 2010.
Liz Earle on This Morning
Liz has a long history with ITV's This Morning, first appearing on the show when it was hosted by Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan.
In 2017, she presented her How to Live Forever series, where she dished out the best health and wellbeing advice from around the globe.
This year, she's back on This Morning – and has been to Sardinia to investigate the phenomenon of Blue Zones, areas of the world scientifically proven to offer residents a happier and healthier life.
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