Meet Vita Caranzariti, recognised as one of the top luminaries of the skincare world (we call her the skin whisperer), she is the founder of Dolce Vita Skin on our lovely Central Coast, a Mother and friend to all.
Vita provides a unique and unrequited journey to skincare by leading a team of experts to tailor and customise an experience like no other.
We speak with Vita about her journey to skincare, owning a successful self-started business and how family life and outside women lead forces have supported her to become her best self.
Tell us about yourself in three words...
Passionate | Driven | Empathetic
Name three females that inspire you.
My dear mum, always pushing through life challenges, she has instilled in me that climbing mountains and pushing ourselves far beyond what we think we are capable of, stepping outside our comfort zones leads us to a beautiful place. She probably does not realise just how much she has changed my outlook on life.
My daughters, living life to the fullest with such confidence. The 3 of them are so unique and have such love for each other. One of my daughters has special needs and she has changed the way I look at things and has led me to meet the most inspirational people and guided me to where I am today.
Gabby Bernstein, teaching me that the universe has my back. Choosing to see the obstacles in my life is just a detour in the right direction, the greatest life lesson.
What inspires you to work within a women-led space?
There’s nothing that I love more than seeing women in business thrive and succeed. I’ve been lucky to be surrounded by women in various industries who are doing amazing things paving the way for the next generation.
We have collectively achieved so much, changing attitudes, breaking stereotypes and most importantly, providing amazing service to our communities. I still feel I have so much to learn and collaborating with strong, driven, talented women only spurs me to better myself and my business.
How do you envision the future of women-led businesses for the next generation to come?
I think we’ve seen over the course of time the way the generational change has improved the opportunities available to women when it comes to business. Our mothers paving the way for us is just the tip of that iceberg. It’s something I’m really proud to contribute to now, establishing and building a brand that represents that change in the business landscape.
I see so many young girls coming into my clinic able to now establish their own brands and businesses thanks to the availability of technology and education in areas like e-commerce and design. I feel as though the landscape of women in business is only going to thrive as these ladies continue to channel their drive and passion into their own projects. I’m in ‘aww’.