Marie Kondo has a lot to answer for. Sure, that seventh serum and third cleanser might not strictly speaking be necessary, but skincare is about being a maximalist, not a minimalist, right? Right?!
Dermalist is the new all-Australian, ultra-minimalist, cosmeceutical cool-kid about town. With a super-curated offering of just a few key products, their science-with-a-conscience approach to skincare means that your life’s about to get a whole lot simpler.
Each product within their range has been carefully formulated to include a crazy-powerful cocktail of actives so you can reduce the number of steps in your routine. They seek to tackle multiple skin concerns at once - so if pigmentation skincare is something you’re interested in, but you also want to tackle ageing at the same time, without committing to a 17-step routine, this is the skincare for you. They believe in a two-step regime - Cleanse + Serum, with a weekly exfoliating treatment for results that are loud and proud, but not fussy or busy.
Is Dermalist Vegan? What about Cruelty-free?
Will Dermalist products fight premature aging? How about pigmentation? Acne? Redness?
What products should I try from the Dermalist range?
Recent reviews on Dermalist products
This is so softening and I started having a few small pimples after using it, but then they went away after a few days and my skin seemed really bright and plump after! So it was as if the cleanser was cleaning everything out of my system.
Whilst I still use a makeup...