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How To Get Rid of Wrinkles

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How To Get Rid of Wrinkles


How to Get Rid of Wrinkles


We share how to prevent wrinkles forming prematurely with skincare and lifestyle tips to slow down the signs of ageing. An antioxidant-rich diet, low stress, quality sleep and the right skincare are the best ways to work against the extrinsic signs of ageing. 


Get Enough Sleep


Never underestimate the impact quality sleep can have on your skin.

The question of how to get rid of wrinkles naturally really starts with lifestyle factors - and sleep is a big one. 

At night skin gets to work repairing and regenerating itself while you sleep. It’s during this time your body produces increased growth hormone which aids in boosting cell reproduction and stimulating collagen synthesis.

When you don’t get enough sleep, this process doesn’t happen optimally and collagen production is diminished. This leads to skin losing its firmness and the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. 

Skin care to use at night

Skin is more permeable at night which means it’s better able to absorb the ingredients in your skincare. You want to maximise the benefit of this deep absorption by using products brimming with active ingredients such as retinol (Vitamin A), peptides, vitamin C, glycolic acid, and hyaluronic acid.

A few favourite esmi treatments to use overnight to help get rid of wrinkles include:

Golden Anti-Ageing Serum

Fine lines and hyperpigmentation

Potent antioxidant activity makes this serum the perfect night time defence against free radical damage, fine lines and pigmentation associated with ageing. All ages and skin types. 

Sunset Skin Anti-Ageing Acai Duo

Fine lines, dehydration and environmental stress

Kangaroo Paw Flower Extract and Acai Oil offer hydrating and anti-ageing antioxidants to assist in plumping fine lines, deeply hydrating, and rejuvenating all skin types.

Anti-Ageing Repair Gel Booster Mask

Suitable for most skin types to combat signs of ageing and fatigue by boosting skin elasticity, softening fine lines, conditioning and defending against free radical damage.

Hyaluronic Hydrating Booster Mask

Perfect for all skin types to target issues of dehydration, dryness, oily and problematic skin. Banishes dullness, plumps fine lines and balances oil flow.


Diet & Hydration 


When addressing how to get rid of wrinkles from a lifestyle perspective, what you eat and drink can be one of your best weapons in the war on fine lines!


Are you drinking enough water each day? 

Water is essential for glowing, clear skin. It helps your skin by improving elasticity, regulating oil production, flushing toxins, and increasing skin radiance. 

Not getting enough water leaves your skin dehydrated causing fine lines and wrinkles to be more obvious. Other signs of dehydration include tightness, dryness, sensitivity, dullness, and congestion. 

Make sure you’re getting your 8 glasses a day by sipping on plain water, or try coconut water and water flavoured with real fruit pieces. 

Including water-rich foods in your diet will also boost your hydration levels. Foods with high water content include cucumber, tomatoes, watermelon, spinach, oranges, and mushrooms. 

Eat plenty of whole foods rich in antioxidants

Research tells us that antioxidants such as carotenoids, tocopherols and flavonoids, as well as vitamins (A, C, D and E), essential omega-3-fatty acids, some proteins and lactobacilli (“friendly bacteria”) all contribute to optimal skin health and slowing signs of ageing. 

Eating a diet with a wide variety of these foods will help protect against premature ageing by inhibiting free radical activity, promoting a hydrated skin barrier, and encouraging cell regeneration. 

Avoid eating excessive amounts of refined sugar and trans fats as these do the opposite and accelerate skin damage and ageing. 

Read our guide to 16 of the best foods for skin.


Sun Safety


Did you know that the sun’s UV rays are responsible for more than 90% of the signs of skin ageing? 

UVA rays in particular reach far enough into the skin to damage collagen. Skin loses elasticity and firmness which speeds up the visible signs of ageing like wrinkles and sagging

This means daily broad spectrum SPF protection is absolutely your #1 defence for how to prevent wrinkles forming early.

Sun tips for healthy skin!

  • Wear broad spectrum 30+ SPF sunscreen 365 days a year. Even if it’s not sunny or you work inside. 
  • Avoid spending too much time outside during the hottest times of the day, usually between 12pm - 3pm.
  • Reapply sunscreen after swimming, sweating, or every 4 hours.
  • Cover up with other protective items like a hat, sunglasses, and lightweight long sleeve clothing. 

esmi Skin Shield Natural Sunscreen SPF 30 

A broad-spectrum SPF 30 enriched with antioxidants, this silky smooth, daily sunscreen protects against UV damage helping fight the first signs of ageing. 

Comfortable, non-greasy SPF coverage for all skin types, especially sensitive skin. 

Skin Shield Natural Face Sunscreen is easy-to-apply and formulated with additional anti-ageing benefits of carrot root oil, hyaluronic acid, and green tea for hydrated, smoother skin.


Avoid Over-Cleansing  


How to get rid of wrinkles? Check the ingredients in your cleanser. 

Harsh ingredients can lead to over-cleansing your skin which makes fine lines and wrinkles appear more pronounced.

Keeping your skin clean is the foundation of a healthy, bright complexion but over-cleansing strips away the natural lipids (oils) that moisturise the skin.

Without these important oils, skin becomes dry and rough looking on the surface. Stick to using a gentle cleanser that maintains a healthy oil / moisture balance on the skin’s surface. 




Well moisturised skin has a plump, smooth, and healthy skin texture. 

To help get rid of wrinkles naturally, or at least improve their appearance, moisturiser plays a non-negotiable role in your skin care routine.

How do moisturisers work?

Their main goal is to boost hydration levels by sealing in moisture to prevent it from evaporating off the skin. Moisturisers work on the surface layer of the skin to minimise trans epidermal water loss helping to keep skin hydrated and plump, improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. 

Face oils make excellent moisturisers as they contain antioxidants, vitamins and essential fatty acids that support your skin’s natural barrier (lipids, cholesterol, and ceramides) to improve derma strength. 

Rosehip oil, avocado, jojoba, squalane, and argan are some of the best oils to target wrinkles.

You can replace your moisturiser with a facial oil or add a few drops of facial oil to your moisturiser and apply together. 

We recommend

24K Gold Nourishing Oil

Luxurious 24-karat gold leaf face oil nourishes for a visibly firmer, more youthful complexion - boosts skin elasticity, stimulates collagen production and improves blood circulation.

Sunset Skin Anti-Ageing Acai Duo

Ideal for all skin types to address fine lines, dehydration and environmental stress, this lightweight oil restores, firms and hydrates fatigued skin.


Reduce Stress


If you’re continually stressed out, don’t be surprised to see more wrinkles and fine lines making an unwelcome appearance!

How stress creates wrinkles

When large amounts of cortisol are released into the body it causes sugar levels in the bloodstream to rise. This triggers a process called glycation which isn’t good news for your skin - it destroys both collagen and elastin. 

Collagen and elastin are the key building blocks of skin. They provide it with structure and elasticity and when they are damaged, the skin becomes weaker and fine lines and wrinkles begin to appear. 

Increased amounts of cortisol in your body can also cause dehydration. This also makes fine lines and wrinkles more obvious plus your overall skin tone will become dull and uneven.  

Help get rid of wrinkles naturally by managing stress levels through exercise, breathing techniques or other self-care activities that help you relax! 

View our full range of Skin Treats suitable for skin at every age to find a product to target your specific skin concerns.

You might also like to read:

Skincare by age

How to care for ageing skin

Wrinkle myths you shouldn't believe 


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Gold Coast Pop-Up Store - Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

esmi Skin Minerals Pop-up Store Gold Coast

Gold Coast Pop-Up Store - Pacific Fair Shopping Centre


esmi Skin Minerals Pop-Up Store - Gold Coast

Open 16th November until 31st January 2021.

For the first time ever, Gold Coast customers will be able to shop the esmi Skin Minerals range live and in person at our Gold Coast Pop-Up Store located at Pacific Fair Shopping Centre. Meet the team and find the perfect esmi products for your skin.





Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

Hooker Blvd, Broadbeach QLD 4218

Located Level 1 near Event Cinemas, Fossil & Sea Folley.


Opening Hours:

Monday 9am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 9am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 9am - 5:30pm
Thursday 9am - 5:30pm
Friday 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm


esmi Skin Minerals Pop-Up Store | Pacific Fair Shopping Centre


Brisbane Pop-Up Store - Westfield Chermside

esmi Skin Minerals Pop-up Store Brisbane

Brisbane Pop-Up Store - Westfield Chermside


esmi Skin Minerals Pop-Up Store - Brisbane

Open 18th November until 31st January 2021.

For the first time ever, Brisbane customers will be able to shop the esmi Skin Minerals range live and in person at our Brisbane Pop-Up Store located at Westfield Chermside. Meet the team and find the perfect esmi products for your skin.





Westfield Chermside

Gympie Rd, Chermside QLD 4032

Located Ground Level near Betts Shoes & Lorna Jane.


Opening Hours:

Monday 9am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 9am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 9am - 5:30pm
Thursday 9am - 5:30pm
Friday 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm


esmi Skin Minerals Pop-Up Store | Westfield Chermside


How To Give Yourself An At Home Facial

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How To Give Yourself An At Home Facial


How to Give Yourself an At Home Facial

Self-care doesn’t get better than pampering your skin with an at home facial! This is our expert approved guide to creating a luxurious just-like-a-salon skincare experience on a weekly basis at home.

Light a scented candle and play some relaxing tunes to really turn up the day spa vibes!


Cleanse Your Face 


Just like a professional treatment, the first step in your facial at home is cleansing your skin.

Double cleanse 

Set the tone for the rest of your facial with a deep double cleanse. 

Doubling up on the cleansing step removes all dirt and stubborn debris - like makeup, SPF, oil, and even pollution nanoparticles - from your skin.

Use a gentle cleanser

Every skin type and concern benefits from a gentle cleanser. Not the harsh kind that strips the skin of all oil and moisture; you’ll only end up with a dry, tight face and increased oil production. 

For your best facial at home choose a gentle, non-drying cleanser to maintain the delicate balance of oil and moisture on your skin. 

Aloe vera: Aloe vera is hydrating and calming with gentle exfoliant properties.

Green tea extract: An anti-inflammatory to soothe and calm redness.

Stearic acid: Helps cleanse and protect against water loss.

Capric triglyceride: Helps to reduce skin dryness.


We recommend The Uncomplicated Cleanser (All skin types)

Infused with aloe vera to calm and heal and the protective, antioxidant properties of camellia leaf (green tea) extract the cleanser balances skin and won’t leave it dry or tight - just clean, calm, and supple. 

Targeting a specific concern? You may like to use The Uncomplicated Cleanser for the first cleanse and follow with one of the following for the second cleanse:

The Uncomplicated Cleanser plus Anti-Redness - Redness concerns

The Uncomplicated Cleanser plus Brightening - Hyperpigmentation and dullness 

The Uncomplicated Cleanser plus Anti-Ageing - Ageing concerns

The Uncomplicated Cleanser plus Charcoal -  Congestion and oiliness 

How to double cleanse

Apply a pearl-sized amount of the cleanser to damp hands and massage gently into skin with an upward motion. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water or remove with esmi's Microfibre Facial Cleansing Mitt. Simply repeat the process for the second cleanse.




For a post-facial glow, don’t skip the exfoliation step.

Exfoliation removes the dead skin cells from the surface, helping prevent and unplug clogged pores. 

When old cells pile up on the outer layer of your skin, your complexion looks dull and fine lines are enhanced. Exfoliating as part of your at home facial reveals the healthier looking skin beneath and your face looks brighter instantly! 

Over time, regular exfoliation can promote smoother skin tone and may help minimise the appearance of hyperpigmentation.

We’ve put together our exfoliant recommendations based on skin type / concern for your facial at home

Sensitive, dry, and mature skin

Rose And Bamboo facial exfoliant from esmi Gentle Foliant range. The delicate exfoliation action of bamboo extract works in harmony with the power of mixed fruit enzymes for a close up exfoliation suited to dry, damaged or sensitised skin.

Normal and combination skin

Hydrating And Ageless Volcanic Sand facial exfoliant from esmi Gentle Foliant range. This formulation pairs the physical element of volcanic sand with the power of cranberry enzymes to encourage a clearer complexion.

Oily, congested, breakout prone skin

Detoxifying Exfoliating Charcoal Serum. Ideal for most skin types tackling blackheads, acne, and underlying skin congestion to draw out impurities, smooth rough skin and polish away pore-clogging debris

How to apply the Detoxifying Exfoliating Charcoal Serum 

Using the dropper, apply a pea-sized amount to your charcoal brush or fingers and massage into freshly cleansed skin, avoiding the under eye area. 

Leave for 5-10 minutes before wetting the charcoal brush or fingers and massage around the face to remove any softened dead skin cells before washing off.

How to apply Rose + Bamboo or Hydrating And Ageless Volcanic Sand

Apply a pea-sized amount of the exfoliant on damp, cleansed skin. 

In small, circular motions, very gently apply the exfoliant to skin. Massage around your face to remove build-up and allow enzymes to deeply cleanse pores. Don’t apply too much pressure.

Leave on for 2–5 minutes and rinse with cool water or with your dampened esmi Face Mitt and follow with your esmi skin regime. 

Take a little extra time during your facial at home to use these exfoliants on your neck and décolletage as well.


Apply a Mask 


Treating yourself to an at home facial is the perfect time to indulge in an extended masking session. A face mask is ideal to help target specific skin concerns including congestion, dullness, dryness, hyperpigmentation, and ageing concerns. 

Choosing a mask for your specific skin concerns

Here’s our quick guide on the ingredients you’ll want in your mask depending on the skin issues you’re dealing with.

Ageing concerns - fine lines, wrinkles, and dullness: Peptides (collagen promoting), antioxidants (neutralise free radical damage) and hyaluronic acid (hydration).

Hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone: Vitamin C (brightening) and ingredients containing Vitamin C, such as kakadu plum.

Inflammation and redness: Niacinamide (barrier strengthening) and natural ingredients with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties including Tasmanian pepper leaf, cockspur thorn, and wild mint. 

Dehydration: Hyaluronic acid (hydration), niacinamide (barrier strengthening) and aloe vera (hydration).

Congestion and breakouts: Kaolin clay (detoxification and oil regulation) and charcoal (detoxification).

Dryness: Shea Butter (skin soothing and conditioning), Niacinamide (barrier strengthening), plant oils such as avocado, almond, and coconut that provide fatty acids for barrier strengthening and promote moisture retention. 

Hyaluronic Hydrating Booster Mask - Suitable for all skin types and concerns

This super-saturating mask instantly boosts hydration with skin cell soaking hyaluronic acid while minerals, vitamins, and oils restore, protect, and balance.

No matter your skin type, this is the perfect mask for your at home facial to target issues of dehydration, dryness, oily and problematic skin. Banishes dullness, plumps fine lines and balances oil flow.


Target Skin Concerns 


Incorporating a serum will supercharge the skincare results of your at home facial.

Serums are products formulated with potent doses of active ingredients designed to target specific skin concerns. The lightweight consistency of a serum gives it the ability to penetrate deep into the skin and take rapid action in targeting various skin concerns. 

We recommend the following serums from the esmi Skin Treats range to help with the improvement of these common skin complaints:

Ageing concerns - fine lines, wrinkles, and dullness: Golden Anti-Ageing Serum

Inflammation and redness: Anti-Redness Minty Green Smoothie

Dehydration and dryness: Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum and Hydrating and Nourishing Acai Duo

Hyperpigmentation and dullness: Pomegranate Brightening Serum

Need a hand choosing the right serum? We’re here and ready to help. You can chat online with a skincare expert or book your free skin consultation. 


Moisturise Your Skin 


You’ve treated your skin to some real TLC! Now it’s time to wrap up your at home facial with a moisturiser. 

Moisturising helps lock in all the moisture, nutrients and vitamins from the previous steps plus supports your skin barrier to strengthen it against external stressors.

Moisturising serums - the ultimate combination  

A moisturising serum is ideal for this step. These ‘hybrid’ formulations combine the intensity of a water-based serum and moisturising benefits of an oil. 

The oil component supports your skin’s natural barrier (lipids, cholesterol, and ceramides) to improve derma strength and assist in boosting hydration levels by sealing in moisture to prevent it from evaporating off the skin. The serum component helps target specific skin concerns we mentioned in the Serum step. 

It’s a win/win for your skin!

Key ingredients to look for in a moisturising serum include:

Plant-based oils such as acai, jojoba, almond and kiwi fruit seed oil  to support derma strength and promote hydration by sealing in moisture.

Emollient ingredients such as squalene to minimise water loss.

Hydrating, humectant ingredients including glycerin and hyaluronic acid.

Active ingredients to target specific skin concerns. For example, Vitamin C for brightening.

Hydrating and Nourishing Acai Duo

Lightweight hydration plus nourishing anti-ageing properties address multiple skin concerns at once - healing, protecting and hydrating.

Ideal for thirsty skin in need of extra nourishment to combat dehydration, fine lines and damage this skin treat hydrates, softens and regenerates.


Skin Care and Facials: Things to avoid 


Getting your ultimate post-treatment glow means avoiding a few things during your facial at home. 


Here’s what not to do:

Squeezing pimples and extracting blackheads: It’s so tempting to squeeze but please don’t! It only spreads breakout causing bacteria and increases the chance of scarring.

Over-steaming your skin: Steaming your face is a great way to prep skin for your facial but please be careful to avoid over steaming! Using water that is too hot to steam can strip the skin of its natural oils and increase dryness. 

Going OTT with exfoliation products: You’ll do more harm than good going overboard with exfoliation. We don’t recommend exfoliating more than 2 or 3 times a week - or as recommended by your esmi Skin Consultant. Over exfoliation strips the skin of its natural oils leading to dehydration, broken capillaries, breakouts, and sensitivity. Always choose a product suited to your skin type. 

Our Skin Bundles are perfect for at home facial pampering!

Purchase everything you need for an incredible at home with our Self Care Kit’ or one of our other healthy skin bundles. The best facial kits in Australia!

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Baby Give Back: Every Baby Deserves An Equal Start

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Baby Give Back: Every Baby Deserves An Equal Start


Every baby deserves an equal start.

It’s the mission that drives the amazing volunteers at Baby Give Back. The team provides life changing support for families in crisis who are unable to afford baby essentials for their children.

More than 300 volunteers work tirelessly to collect donations of quality baby essentials, providing them to struggling families via social service agencies who are qualified to assess a family's needs. 

“We are changing the lives of children. Changing the trajectory for disadvantaged families. We are the village when they need it most.” 

Items range from nappies and wipes, through to prams, cots and car seats and everything in between. Everything that leaves their warehouse is thoroughly cleaned, safety checked, in good condition and beautifully packaged for their new family.

Baby Give Back is one of the smaller not-for-profit organisations tackling the big cause of helping give vulnerable babies their best start in life. 

“The challenges we face to sustain and grow our service often seem huge and sometimes insurmountable, yet our village always comes together.”

Their team relies heavily on public events to raise donations and help them get urgently needed baby items to families in financial crisis.

Right now, demand keeps growing month on month. Donations are needed more than ever. 

To that end, their main fundraising event for 2020, Baby Give Back High Tea, was planned for November.

The esmi Skin Minerals team was excited to get behind the high tea as an event sponsor to help raise much needed funds to give every baby a safe and equal start to life. 

Due to COVID restrictions, the event has been cancelled. As a smaller not-for-profit, this has had a big knock on effect to crucial funding for Baby Give Back. 

We wanted to support this amazing cause and do what we could to buffer the loss of the cancellation. We upheld our $15,000 donation to Baby Give Back and also offered ticket holders a $100 esmi voucher instead of people asking for a refund of their $75 ticket. 

How can you help?

If you have any *gently loved* baby items you no longer need or would like to make a financial donation, please visit Baby Give Back and help their team support some of Australia’s most vulnerable families.  

How To Reduce Face Puffiness

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How To Reduce Face Puffiness


This is why your face gets puffy and how to calm it down 


Face puffiness can range from a temporary (yet annoying!) skin complaint through to something serious like an underlying health issue or allergic reaction. We take a look at the common causes of face puffiness and how to reduce swelling in your face. 


Signs your body is dehydrated will show up quickly in your face, especially around the eyes where the skin is thinner. 

Too much alcohol, not drinking enough water, and foods with a high sodium content contribute to face puffiness and eye puffiness. We talk about tackling dehydration in more detail further along.

Laser treatment

If you’ve recently had laser resurfacing some swelling and puffing of the face is usually expected post-treatment. Use the right skincare to aid healing the skin as quickly as possible and reduce puffiness.


A case of sunburn might be to blame for your puffy face. Nothing good for your skin comes from being sunburnt! Always use sunscreen SPF of 30+ or higher, cover up with a hat and protective clothing, and stay out of the sun during the hottest times of the day.

Sleeping position

“Why is my face so puffy in the morning?”

How you sleep has a lot to do with your rounder morning face.

Sleeping face first or with your cheek flat on the pillow causes the fluid in your body to pool in those areas. The result is puffy eyes and a slightly swollen face staring back in the mirror of a  morning. 

Washing your face with cool water and a quick face massage to get fluids moving can help reduce morning face puffiness quickly. 

Medications or health issues

Some anti-inflammatory over the counter drugs like ibuprofen and blood pressure medication can lead to puffy face side effects for some people.

Angioedema is a medical issue where too much fluid collects under the skin, usually around the face. It can also be triggered by medication. 

If face puffiness and swelling have come on quickly or are extreme in any way, please consult your health practitioner. It may be a sign of an allergic reaction or underlying health problem needing immediate professional care. 


Hydration to Fight Face Puffiness!


Dehydration. It’s one of the main culprits of face puffiness and bloating.

In the early stages of dehydration, your body tries to hold on to fluid causing water retention. Water is drawn into the blood vessels, causing them to swell. 

This leads to areas of the body, especially the face, becoming bloated and puffy looking. 

Drinking plenty of water and eating water-rich foods is the easiest go-to solution to keep your body hydrated and face puffiness at bay. 


Diet and Foods to Avoid to Prevent Facial Bloating


In addition to staying hydrated, there are a few dietary tweaks you can make to prevent a puffy face and eyes. 

The key is cutting back on foods that are high in sodium which dehydrates the body. After eating these kinds of foods, the body tries to restore hydration by retaining water. 

Keep an eye on your intake of:



Processed meats 

Condiments like soy and teriyaki sauce

Chips and pretzels

Processed carbohydrates 

Fluid retention is especially noticeable around the eyes where the skin is thinner.


Calming Ingredients that Reduce Face & Eye Puffiness


Cutting back on salty food isn’t the only way to combat face puffiness. Choose skincare with calming ingredients to decrease swelling and tackle a case of the puffy face!

Green tea extract: Research has shown tannins in green tea have to restrict capillaries and blood vessels causing the skin to tighten. 

Caffeine: Caffeine is a vasoconstrictor. This means it constricts blood vessels and can help with puffy skin and under eye puffiness by reducing swollen blood vessels.

Vitamin C: This superhero vitamin stimulating collagen synthesis to improve skin thickness which can help reduce the appearance of bloating and face puffiness

Wild Mint: Abundant in anti-inflammatory properties, wild mint can help get allergic skin under control.


Cleanser to Target Puffiness


The Uncomplicated Cleanser Plus Anti-Ageing

Suitable for all skin types, the cleanser promotes elasticity, suppleness, and moisture while balancing skin for a more youthful-looking complexion. Contains Green tea extract, aloe vera, and peptides to aid in calming and hydrating skin. 

The Uncomplicated Cleanser Plus Anti-Redness

Ideal to address skin prone to redness, inflammation, and sensitivity, this cleanser balances skin and delivers an improvement in redness.


Skin Treat to Target Puffiness


Anti-Redness Minty Green Smoothie

This lightweight serum cools and heals damaged, red skin with potent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and hydrating properties. Suitable for all skin types to treat red, puffy or acne inflamed skin it’s ideal to use after laser, IPL or diathermy treatment.

Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum

Perfect for all skin types and ages, Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum is the ultimate skin hydrator. This quick-absorbing serum fights dehydration for more hydrated, repaired skin.


Booster Mask to Reduce Inflammation


Anti-Inflammation Mint Gel Booster Mask

Shut down inflammation and breakouts with powerful natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Ideal for red, irritated and acne prone skin the mask can also be used to cool and repair trauma after laser and IPL treatments.

The products we’ve recommended above all relate to puffiness caused by inflammation or external factors. So, no matter the reason for your puffiness, they can help!


Create an Anti-Puffiness Bundle


Get the essentials to help tackle face puffiness, redness, and inflammation with our Tri Essentials Bundle

With your choice of a Cleanser, Skin Treat, and Booster Mask you can target face puffiness and eye puffiness in one handy bundle. Easy!


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