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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 disagrees.

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?

 

You bet! All formulations are 100% Vegan and Cruelty-free, with a focus on ethical supply chains. Further, their packaging is recyclable and their serum even comes with refills so you can do your bit to minimise waste in your beauty routine.

 

Will Dermalist products fight premature aging? How about pigmentation? Acne? Redness?

 

Yes, yes, triple and quadruple yes. The key aim of Dermalist products is to reduce inflammation within the skin. That nasty little bugger has a lot to answer for, with inflammation a key cause behind continued skin conditions such as pigmentation, acne, premature ageing and redness. By tackling these concerns at their root, skin is calmer, smoother, clearer and more youthful - and that’s a plus in anyone’s book.

 

What products should I try from the Dermalist range?

 

Honestly, with such a carefully curated range they’re probably all worth a try, which is why Dermalist have included the Dermalist Radiance Essentials Kit. Beyond that, the Dermalist Ultra Hydrating Lactic Cleanser has our Beauty Editor (and our staff!) all in a tizzy, and the Dermalist AllSerum Skin Perfector is the kind of one-and-done product we’ve been dreaming about for years.


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Dermalist Ultra Smoothing Facial Exfoliant 100mlDermalist Ultra Smoothing Facial Exfoliant 100ml
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Oooo She Gritty!

The title is exactly what I said whey I tested this on my hand.....
I haven't been with Adore long but I am growing a reputation (or my face is) for being able to handle intense products. This is an intense product (so naturally I love it). It has all 3 types of exfoliants in one so basically it is made of magic.
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$79.00

So so perfect for dry skin

I have dry/dehydrated skin that can be quite sensitive and introducing this cleanser to my routine has done wonders for my skin! It's gentle but does a really good job of exfoliating my skin and prepping it for my serums and moisturisers. After using every third day for 2 weeks
my skin was noticeably brighter and smoother. It's a real game-changer!
Dermalist Ultra Hydrating Lactic Cleanser 200mlDermalist Ultra Hydrating Lactic Cleanser 200ml
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Dermalist Ultra Hydrating Lactic Cleanser 200ml
$79.00

The cleanser that made me sit up and take notice

Cleansers, amiright? Never exciting, never really move the needle on your skincare regimen. Until I tried this baby!! Never has my skin felt smoother, cleaner and yet hydrated. Products I put on afterwards suddenly became extra effective. Birds sang.

I was supposed to try a sample overnight and ended up hoarding it for two weeks and refusing to pass it to the next person. I'm not a j...