Dermalogica Conditioning Body Wash is a rich, skin-conditioning botanical cleanser for the entire body. Soap-free Quillaja Saponaria extract thoroughly cleanses the skin, leaving it feeling soft and silky. Essential oils of Tea Tree, Lemon, Eucalyptus and Rosemary gently purify without stripping the skin’s own natural moisturisers. The soothingly fragrant essential oils of Sandalwood, Lavender, Orange and Clary Sage moisturise the skin, leaving it smooth and conditioned.
Dermalogica Conditioning Body Wash is suitable for all skin types and is part of the Dermalogica Body Therapy range.
Our Usual Price: £23.85
Our Offer Price: £22.85
Offer Start Date: 07/10/2009
Offer End Date: 14/10/2009
Dermalogica Barrier Repair is a god send to many people who suffer with sensitive skin as it has an instant soothing feeling on the skin. It has a unique texture due to its waterless, silicone based consistency and it will melt into your skin as soon as you apply it with a feeling just like silk. Fantastic feeling if your skin is sore and irritated!! Dermalogica developed the anti-ozinate complex just for Barrier Repair which contains the perfect combination of ingredients for sensitive, inflamed or irritated skin. This product is not only highly beneficial for sensitive skin, but is also good to use if you are somebody who works outdoors a lot. If your skin has to battle with the harsh elements, it will produce a very resilient barrier that will protect and prevent your skin from becoming damaged and resulting in sensitivity.
If you think you would like to try Barrier Repair always try a sample first. This will enable you to see if the product is going to suit your skin. If all is well, and your skin is quite normal – without any dryness or dehydration, then you should be fine to use Barrier Repair on its own after cleansing and toning. If your skin is dry or dehydrated, then you will need to use one of our Dermalogica Moisturisers as well. You should cleanse, tone, apply Barrier Repair then a suitable moisturiser. If your skin is very aggravated and irritated, then you can make a sandwich effect by applying Barrier Repair followed by your moisturiser and then Barrier Repair again over the top, to give your skin optimum soothing, healing and protection. If this feels too much during the day, and if you also want to wear make-up, then just use the sandwich effect in the evening when your skin has got all night to let the products do their work. It is important that you still try to use Barrier Repair in the morning as well, because your skin will need the protective and healing benefits during the day.
Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel 500ml is currently out of stock at Dermalogica. At the moment we have a few available to order online but we expect them to be sold very quickly. At this point Dermalogica are unable to let us know when they expect their stock levels to return to normal. As soon as we know we will update this blog post.
Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel 250ml and Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel 50ml are unaffected at the moment and we have ordered extra of the 250ml to cope with the temporary stock issue with the 500ml size.
Dermalogica Lip Renewal Complex is a sophisticated daily treatment with a patented polypeptide that restores delicate tissue, minimises contour lines and helps prevent the signs of aging caused by Advanced Glycation End-products (AGEs – a damaging byproduct of sugar/protein reactions in the skin). Vitamin E fights damaging free radicals (Reactive Oxygen Species) while a moisturising blend of Avocado Oil, combined with Shea and Cocoa Seed butters, quickly smoothes rough, uneven lips.
Dermalogica Lip Renewal Complex is suitable for drier or prematurely-aging skin and is part of the Dermalogica AGE Smart range.
Our Usual Price: £15.95
Our Offer Price: £14.95
Offer Start Date: 30/09/2009
Offer End Date: 07/10/2009
Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery is now back in stock and available to order. We have received delivery today and we have updated our stock levels accordingly. We have a large amount in stock and although they may go very quickly, we expect our normal levels to resume towards the end of the week.