Despite hearing tonnes about Skinstitut skincare the past couple of years, it’s only recently that I’ve used them. I’m totally kicking myself that I waited so long to try this skincare.
It also happens to be cosmedical grade skincare, Australian made, cruelty free and vegan! Tick tick tick TICK! All their products are available for a flat rate of $45, which makes it so easy to go a bit crazy. These products I was recommended by Laser Clinics Australia, which is also a stockist of Skinstitut.
The Glycolic Cleanser 12% is an active cleanser with tea tree oil (for antibacterial properties) and glycolic acid to help gently exfoliate the skin. This cleanser is kind of creamy and gelatinous, and is only to be used maximum of once daily.
Next, the Even Blend Serum clarifies uneven skin tone and pigmentation. Due to some hormonal challenges I’ve been facing lately, I’ve had cystic acne breakouts, resulting in post acne marks. These are finally starting to reduce on my skin, mostly likely thanks to this serum! This serum can be applied twice a day, and it contains glycolic acid, daisy flower, wakamine and lotus extracts.
The Retinol Serum is one of the more intense serums, containing (SYN®-AKE), peptides, encapsulated Retinol and olive extract. Retinol is a form of Vitamin A that encourages cell renewal by increasing collagen and elastin production in the skin. This is a serum that you need to build up your usage of over time. For the first week, I used it once every three days, the second week every second day, and the third week onwards I used it daily.
I picked up Laser Aid after I started laser hair removal treatments (let me know if you want to know more about my experience in the comments!) to use to soothe the lasered areas. However, this soothing moisturiser is also great for using on inflamed skin as an antibacterial mask. To use, apply liberally to the skin, and remove the excess with a tissue.
Last in my collection, the Age Defence SPF 50+ is a day time moisturiser perfect for ensuring your skin stays sun damage free! I find it does feel a little greasy when applied (pretty common for SPF moisturisers) but it doesn’t last long and still works pretty well underneath makeup.
Have you tried any Skinstitut skincare? What’s your favourite product?