Australian made skincare with conscious, Dermalist, has launched into the professional beauty industry and is creating waves both online and in clinic.
Unique to the professional skincare landscape, Dermalist hosts a capsule range of three products with seven years of ingredient and industry research behind it. Based on the premise of ‘skip-care’, the range minimises client home care routines, without compromising on ingredient formulations – reducing overwhelm for therapist and client alike.
Founded on the belief that premium, scientific skin care should be not only be efficient in achieving dramatic results, but too honoring client demand of transparency in formulation, while being produced with ethics front of mind. Australian made and owned, Dermalist has been created clean and consciously while being free from 52 commonly used skincare ingredients which are known, or suspected to cause irritation or inflammation, ensuring the range is safe and effective for all skin conditions.
Core three products include the Ultra Hydrating Lactic Cleanser, Ultra Smoothing Facial Exfoliant and last but certainly not least, their hero product the AllSerum Skin Perfector, an all in one cosmeceutical formulation that replaces the need for multiple serums. Distinctively Dermalist, the AllSerum Skin Perfector hosts a 100% recyclable and refillable chamber for product replenishment, keeping good on its commitment to being environmentally friendly in every way possible.
Clinically proven, clean actives featuring in the range include industry and therapist favourites such as; Siberian Ginseng Extract for its slow aging benefit, Caregen TGP2 for pigment reduction and skin mimicking ingredients Snap-8 and Telangyn for cellular strength and reduction in redness. Local ingredient favourites attribute to the client experience through characteristic scents and benefit of Desert Lime, Lemon Aspen and Kakadu Plum.
Strength in online presence drove the newly launched brand to break the internet with record website visits as key industry figures and celebrities, Merton Muaremi, Lana Wilkinson and Fiona Tuck, all posted across their social media pages, creating both industry and consumer awareness.
Aligning with high end serious skincare clinics and Dermal therapy practicing spaces, Dermalist has opened its books to stockists in the professional beauty industry. This piece comes from six months use of Dermalist ourselves, with outstanding results and many compliments from others, making this post one to write with ease. To find out more about Dermalist, visit their website here, or take a look at their socials.