June 9, 2021
Dermalist: The Aussie Skincare Brand Making An Impression
Founded by dermal expert Stefanie Milla, this Australian company is dedicated to providing sustainable, ethical, clinical-grade, and luxurious skincare products. The extensive planning and expertise behind Dermalist, alongside their commitment to their guiding principles, makes it easy to have confidence in this inspiring Aussie brand.
With over twenty years in the industry, Stefanie Milla is very familiar with skincare – but more specifically, she is familiar with the trials and tribulations customers encounter during their skincare regimes. While working in dermal and laser clinics, Milla recognised key problems for consumers: the complexity of skincare, the self-discipline for maintaining routines, and the slow results. That’s why she pursued education as a formulation chemist, leading her to found Dermalist – a place where consumers can find quality, effective products that are user-friendly.
We make beautiful, scientifically active skincare with conscience.
One of the most impressive things about Dermalist is the core set of principles they abide by. These guiding principles include prioritising quality over profit, using irritant- and cruelty-free ingredients, inspiring their customer’s self-confidence, and offering complete transparency for their ingredients and company activities. It’s rare that a brand attempts to cover so many areas in such good faith, but Dermalist is dedicated to tackling environmental and ethical problems alongside putting their customers first. With cutting-edge science and rapid results on their side, Dermalist is a new, yet competitive force in the skincare game.
Skincare products and companies are often dismissed for being superficial, but Dermalist’s emphasis on helping their customers to ‘be the best possible versions of themselves, rather than comparing themselves to others’ makes them stand out. That alone gives them a big tick in our book, but their ethical and sustainable practices make us all the happier.
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