Skin Pollution Widget

On our homepage you will find the NEW Dermalogica Skin Pollution Widget to identify when you should use Daily Superfoliant to target the harmful effects of pollution on your skin. Check this tool regularly as it is updated based upon the pollution in your area. You may check in the morning and your area is showing low risk, and then in the evening, it’s increased to high risk. Encourage your clients to check the tool as well as this can help you and your clients determine when to fit the Daily Superfoliant into their skin care regime. Check the area where your client lives, where they work etc. It also gives you the information relating to the dominant pollutant in the area.

Skin Pollution Index values are calculated based on data provided by BreezoMeter.

How does BreezoMeter know the outdoor air quality levels?

Using advanced algorithms and big data infrastructure, BreezoMeter brings air quality data out of obscurity and into the hands of users in a format as simple to access and understand as weather reports.

BreezoMeter’s big data analytics determine the dispersion and flow of air pollution from a combination of layered data sets derived from governmental sensors, satellites, weather patterns, transportation dynamics, and other environmental sources. Tied together with proprietary algorithms, this combination provides users with accurate air quality data, with a precision and granularity up to a city block. 

Skin Pollution Index Risk Product

0-19 Low Daily Microfoliant

20-39 Moderate Daily Superfoliant

40-59 High Daily Superfoliant

60-79 Very High Daily Superfoliant

80-100 Hazardous Daily Superfoliant

Fine particulate matter (<2.5pm)

Where there's smoke, there's PM 2.5. These microscopic particles are primarily caused by burning fuel, wood, oil and coal. The 2.5 refers to the maximum microns in diameter of each particle, about 1/20th the thickness of an average human hair.

  • PM 2.5 can be found both indoors and outdoors. Levels tend to be higher where air is stagnant.
  • Wind can carry PM 2.5 miles away from the particles source.
  • For every PM particle you can see, there are 1 million invisible particles that are small enough to enter pores. 

Inhalable particulate matter (<10pm)

PM 10 is typically a mixture of dust, soot, smoke, acids, salts and metals. The 10 refers to the maximum microns in diameter of each particle, about 1/5th the thickness of an average human hair.

  • Motor vehicles, fire, construction, factories and agriculture are major sources of PM 10.
  • Air pollution from traffic and soot can increase pigmentation spots by 20%.
  • For every PM particle you can see, there are 1 million invisible particles that are small enough to enter pores.

Nitrogen dioxide

This chemical compound comes from burning fossil fuels as well as combustion related to energy or industrial production. Natural burning also plays a role. At higher temperatures, NO2 emits a reddish-brown color and a pungent odor.

  • Most of the nitrogen dioxide found in cities comes from motor vehicle exhaust.
  • Gas-powered heat is a major source of Nitrogen dioxide in homes.
  • Nitrogen dioxide can generate free radicals that degrade amino acids and protective lipids in the skin.


The main ingredient in "smog", ground-level ozone is formed by chemical reactions that occur to emissions from industrial facilities, electrical facilities, motor vehicle exhaust, gasoline, paint and chemical solvents.

  • Just a few hours of smog exposure can reduce natural antioxidant Vitamin E in skin by 25%.
  • Ground-level ozone is different from the ozone in the stratosphere that shields us from the sun's harmful rays.
  • Ground-level ozone generate free radicals and enzymes that compromise the skin's protective barrier.
Take a look at the Skin Pollution Widget on our homepage now and request your FREE sample today!
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The Truth About Keeping Your Skin Safe From Sun Damage

If you want to have healthy, smooth, even-toned skin and good health later in life you may want to update your knowledge on the exposure of your skin in the sun and common myths, which can jeopardise long-term skin health!

Myth  – all sunscreens protect against UVA (ageing and UVB (burning) rays.

"Many people think that applying any older SPF will help keep us safe from both kinds of the sun’s harmful rays,” says Sharon Maxwell, International Dermal Institute. "Unfortunately, this is not true.”

Find out more about our Daylight Defence products.

Created On  6 Apr 2016 15:14 in April 2016  -  Permalink
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The NEW Sheer Tint SPF20

The NEW Dermalogica Sheer Tint comes in Light, Medium and Dark.

A lightly-tinted spf moisturiser that provides an all-day sheer wash of colour. Natural light-diffusing Iron Oxides provides translucent colour for radiant skin. Sheer Tint helps improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine dehydration lines, formulated without artificial fragrances and colours.

Created On  18 Sep 2015 15:00  -  Permalink
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Powerbright TRx


PowerBright TRx, introducing 3 brand new reformulated products C-12 Power Bright SerumPure Light SPF50 and Pure Night.

- Achieve Brighter Skin 
- A More Even Looking Skin
- Intense Hydration
- Powerful UV Protection



Created On  3 Mar 2015 12:51  -  Permalink
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NEW! Clear Start From Dermalogica

NEW! Clear Start From Dermalogica NEW! Clear Start From Dermalogica has arrived! New formula to treat most concerns a teenagers have going on their skin including Oil Control, Breakout Clearing and Blackheads. 8 fabulous new products for you to try.
Why not have a try of the products?  Good skin should run and the family!

Order with us and get free samples.

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Created On  30 Sep 2013 12:51 in September 2013  -  Permalink
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Marie Clarie-Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF30

Marie Clarie-Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF30 Marie Clarie editors love Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF30, SPF moisturizer with peptides for your best skin at 40. Do you agree?
Created On  15 Jun 2013 13:09 in June 2013  -  Permalink
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