Michelle Bridges 12WBT & Dermalogica Partnership
The Michelle Bridges 12WBT is not just a weight loss regime, it’s about achieving a healthy, balanced regime which makes it the perfect fit for Dermalogica!
Dermalogica’s mission has always been skin health and by collaborating with 12WBT we are able to further educate consumers on the importance of looking after the largest organ of the body-the skin.
Watch this space for exciting updates on this partnership!
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the tribe gathers for SEM
Once a year the entire Dermalogica Australia Tribe gather together to share, inspire and prepare for the year ahead. Here at Dermalogica, we call this tribal gathering SEM as in the Sales, Education, Marketing conference.
The three day conference was opened by General Manager Suzette Cassie, who shared an overview of the year that has been and the global strategic direction for 2014.
Highlighting the abundance of new programs, products, treatments and resources Dermalogica will offer the Dermalogica PST (Professional Skin Therapist) throughout the year Suzette promised that “the only constant for 2014 will be our strong brand values”
As a company built on the foundation of education, extensive workshops were on the agenda giving the Dermalogica Tribe the opportunity to share their expertise on topics prominent in the skin care industry, arm themselves with the knowledge necessary to maintain Dermalogica’s #1 Professional Skin Care Brand status and polish skill sets with hands-on workshops.
As always, there was a lot of learning, a lot of fun and most importantly time to strengthen tribal bonds.
This year is about results and the Dermalogica Australia Tribe say bring it on!
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dermalogica facebook is your go-to for summer skin tips
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It’s important not to neglect sun protection at any time of the year, but with summer coming it’s vital to ensure you are well stocked with SPF to protect your skin from the damaging rays of the sun.
It’s clear that Australia’s most trusted Beauty Editors agree, Dermalogica has you covered from head to toe!
Dermalogica’s formulations are designed with specific skin types and conditions in mind to not only to protect against UVA and UVB but also prevent and treat common skin conditions such as pigmentation, premature ageing and dehydration.
Ask your Expert Dermalogica Skin Therapist to help you navigate Dermalogica’s SPF options and for your personalised Face Mapping skin analysis.
To locate your nearest Skin Centre or David Jones Skin Bar, use the store locator on the Dermalogica website http://www.dermalogica.com.au/au/buy/index.html
Alternatively, follow this link to the Dermalogica webshop http://buy.dermalogica.com.au/home.php
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clear skin at every age
True or False?
There is no difference between teenage acne, and adult acne..
The primary causing factors in adult acne are stress and hormonal fluctuations. Adult acne tends to be more inflamed and the skin is generally more sensitised.
It is essential to find products specifically designed to treat individual concerns. Reason being, teenage products tend to be addressing a very oily, thickened skin (which adults don’t normally steer clear off, pardon the pun) whereas products designed for adult acne focus on healing, treating the inflammation and addressing the other issues an adult skin also suffers from.
Introducing Clear Start™ – the acne treatment system for teens from the makers of Dermalogica that’s tough on breakouts, but gentle on the skin.
You’ve seen what Dermalogica can do for your skin, now share the power of Clear Start™ with the teens in your life.
Research shows that most teens get skin care advice from their mothers so be sure to pass on your knowledge and get them practicing good skin care habits that will last a lifetime!
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soothing skincare to see you from winter to spring
‘Consider this serum with sunflower seed and avocado extract a soothing tonic for sensitive skin’- Who Magazine, September 2013
Have you tried Dermalogica’s UltraCalming Serum Concentrate? Ask your Professional Skin Therapist for a sample today!
To locate your nearest Dermalogica Skin Centre, use the store locator on our website http://www.dermalogica.com.au/au/buy/index.html
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THIS IS NOT A BEAUTY PRODUCT
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you are what you eat
This age-old proverb may have been dismissed over the generations as somewhat of an old wives’ tale, but there is in fact a real biological connection between our bodies and the food we eat. With technological advances, we are better able to understand how micro- and macro-nutrients affect our health on a cellular level. This notion has even spurred the formation of a Centre of Excellence for Nutritional Genomics (CENG) at the University of California, Davis. Nutritional genomics takes advantage of our knowledge of the human genome to better understand the diet-health relationship. In essence, nutritional genomics is the study of how foods affect our genes and how our genes affect our response to nutrients in our diet – an offshoot of the emerging epigenetics field (which is the study of how our overall environment can change our genes).
So then, if we really are what we eat, what should we be eating for healthy skin? Macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins and lipids) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) work together to ensure a properly functioning epidermal barrier against environmental assaults. The skin’s typical ailments range from dehydration, dryness, photo damage, inflammation and ageing. Many scientific studies support the role nutrition plays in these key areas.
A lack of either lipid content or water content means rough, flaky and vulnerable skin. A diet rich in essential fatty acids can help skin retain its organised model. Dietary fats are processed by the liver for delivery to skin and other tissues. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are essential for skin function and can even modulate the skin’s inflammatory response. Chronically dry skin, as in Eczema, will benefit from a diet rich in EFAs from oils and whole foods. In particular, Omega-3 fatty acids can help protect skin from photo damage and photo aging, while Omega-6 can alleviate symptoms associated with skin sensitivity and inflammatory skin disorders.
Stock your pantry cupboard with Salmon, Flaxseed Walnut, Evening Primrose and Borage Oil.
As we know, the sun is a powerful star. UV rays penetrate through clouds, windows and our own skin layers. UV rays deplete antioxidant levels in the skin, including ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E). A diet rich in these antioxidant vitamins can be part of a well-rounded approach to limiting photo damage. An added bonus to vitamin C? It is also a necessary component of building collagen in the skin, which decreases with age and even more so with sun damage. Like many nutrients, some are even better when combined. Supplementing the diet with Vitamin C and E combined can increase the photo protective effect of our skin better than with either of these alone.
Be sure to add these foods to your diet;
- Bell peppers
- Wheat germ
Our skin is a unique organ in that we can actually rub nutrients on top of it! So even though the upper epidermal layers of the skin do not contain blood vessels that supply the cells with nutrients, we can ‘feed’ the skin from the outside, with topical antioxidants and vitamins. Combining topical nutrients with a more conscious effort to eat whole, healthy foods will keep our skin shining for all the years to come!
Dr. Claudia Aguirre
Neuroscientist turned skincare professional at the International Dermal Institute.
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The Great Gatsby has great skin
With the Australian premiere of The Great Gatsby just days away, we have some exclusive beside-the-scenes tips from one of our Dermalogica Make Up Ambassadors, Diane Dusting of DLM Agency to help you achieve the ”perfect afterglow” just like the cast of this year’s epic release in the grand party scene.
If you’ve been wondering how the make-up artists achieved that glamorous glowing complexion , we have the expert tip hot off the press!
Diane Dusting credits the actors dewy Great Gatsby complexion to Dermalogica.
The key products in Diane’s makeup kit were; Dermalogica Total Eye Care, Dermalogica UltraCalming Serum Concentrate, Dermalogica UltraCalming Mist and Dermalogica SkinPerfect Primer.
To try Diane’s top products and achieve The Great Gatsby glow, visit the store locator for your nearest Dermalogica skin centre.
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Supercharge your skincare with Dermalogica’s MultiVitamin Power Serum.
Already a favourite amongst Beauty Editor’s and Celebrities, including Rose Byrne who names Dermalogica as her “favourite skincare brand”, MultiVitamin Power Serum is an age-fighting serum containing micro encapsulated vitamins A, C and E to help increase skin recovery, decrease fine lines and age spots while defending against skin aging.
The MultiVitamin Power Serum smart delivery system gets a big dose of actives right down to where they can do the most good, boosting elasticity levels with a skin-strengthening protein peptide that overrides biochemical triggers that lead to skin aging.
For your sample of MultiVitamin Power Serum, visit your nearest Dermalogica Stockist.
To locate your nearest Dermalogica skin centre, simply use the store locator
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