"Clean, clinically advanced skincare with conscience"
Dermalist, a Melbourne-based company creating cutting-edge cosmeceutical skincare with a difference, has just launched its first products to market. Crafted with professional input from a holistic line-up of leading Australian experts in cosmetic medicine, health and nutrition,
Dermalist’s multi-functional skincare range was primarily designed to minimise the time, complexity and costs associated with achieving beautiful skin, while delivering exceptional results.
Each products has been formulated to address multiple skin concerns at once (including wrinkles and fine lines, dullness and dehydration), and contains therapeutic levels of potent actives that have been expertly blended to minimise the likelihood of consumers experiencing a breakout or inflammation with use.
Dermalist was founded on the belief that women deserve more from their skincare – more efficacy, more transparency and more conscience. It’s no surprise then that all of Dermalist’s products are vegan and cruelty-free, and contain only the highest-quality, responsibly sourced and non-toxic ingredients. While ‘non-toxic’ technically means that ingredients are not poisonous or acutely toxic, Dermalist goes further.
Their products are free from ingredients linked to chronic low-dose toxic responses, known hormone and immune disruptors and carcinogens, and exclude ingredients that contribute to chronic inflammation or disturb the skin’s microbiome.
Dermalist has assess the cumulative effects of the ingredients it uses, including how they are metabolised in the body, and also the effect they may have on the environment.
An impressive 90% of packaging is recyclable, and where this is not possible due to the need to preserve the products (like dual-walled airless packaging which is needed to preserve the potency of highly active serums) the brand offers a refill option, allowing consumers to repurchase inner recyclable cartridges which slot into reusable outer casings, at a reduced price.
First published in COSBEAUTY's November 2019 edition. Click the image below to read the full article.