Natural Ingredients. Clinical Results.

April 17, 2019

Twenty years ago, clean skincare was a new marketing term with very little clear information behind it. The founders of Cosmedix (an aesthetician and a nurse) were looking for effective skincare products that didn’t contain harsh chemical ingredients. They couldn’t find anything that met their standards, so they started their own clinical clean beauty brand, and it took off!

Because of their medical backgrounds, the founders of Cosmedix were as committed to clinical results as they were to clean ingredients. Kaitlyn Cook, the company’s PR Manager, explains, “‘Clean’ skincare has always been a buzzword, but truly clean skincare that is also clinically proven to work is much more impressive.”

Not only are the brand’s products natural and clinically proven, they are also among the most inclusive beauty products we have ever seen. Cook says, Our founders also saw major gaps in clinical skincare that is able to be used for all skin types and skin tones. Many people don’t realize that deeper skin tones often have a hard time using clinical skincare products or receiving professional treatments without messing up the melanin, or the pigment in skin especially those in a deeper skin tone. Every shade of skin matters and should be cared for with the most gentle and effective ingredients, which is why our products are scientifically designed to work with universal skin tones — not against them.”

For all of the science Cosmedix puts into every product, they still really speak our language. Cook concludes, “We like to think of skincare as more of a ritual then routine. Having a great regimen not only allows for the product’s to have time to work properly, but it also allows the consumer to take a few minutes to themselves each day to unwind. Washing your face with a great cleanser is more than just taking off your makeup, it’s also removing the day and giving yourself a fresh start. Masking is more than treating your skin, it’s allowing yourself time to rest and decompress. Viewing skincare as a ritual rather then a task truly enhances the experience because it is an experience to use great products!”

John is the managing editor at CAUSEBOX and a traveling writer who lives on the road with his dog, Hank.