Synergie products are supported by clinical data and are entirely free of ethically questionable ingredients. This product range is highly active, easy to use, and most importantly, it visibly improves the health of your skin. This brand is Australian owned and vertically integrated, all products are conceptualised, manufactured, and packaged under the one roof. This unique methodology guarantees that each and every product is crafted with the highest excellence.
With over fifty products, ranging from active serums to moisturisers, Synergie Skin offers a range that is expertly tailored for any skin concerns. This brand understands that every skin type is different, and believe in the importance of a targeted skincare routine. From acne to hyperpigmentation, by using Synergie Skin products we make it our mission to address all skin concerns and make you feel truly wonderful in your skin at every age.
Synergie Skin product range does not include the following ingredients:
- Paraben preservatives
- Artificial colour (FD&C dyes)
- Artificial fragrance
- SLS and other foaming sulfates
- Propylene glycol
- Isopropyl alcohol
Unfortunately, the term ‘natural’ and organic’ is used too loosely in the cosmetic industry. Natural is not always best and it is important to understand the concept of ‘natural’ in our industry and realise that natural ingredients can be extremely harmful. Arsenic, for example, is 100% natural but less than 1/8th of a teaspoon can be fatal. The beautiful oleander shrub can be organically grown but may result in cardiac arrest is the leaves or flowers are ingested!
Many laboratory made ingredients used in skin care products are a bio-identical copy to the natural form. However, the laboratory synthesised form can be 100% pure and free of contaminants or pesticides as it is manufactured under sterile conditions. A good example of this is the ingredient Phycosaccharide which is an active ingredient that promotes skin repair and reduced inflammation. This complex sugar is copied in the laboratory to avoid depleting the coast of seaweed reserves where this ingredient exists in nature. In this case, the synthetic ingredient is effective, nature identical, pure and environmentally sustainable.
If a particular ingredient is a laboratory made synthetic (e.g. peptides to minimise the appearance of wrinkles) and does not present as a questionable or potentially toxic ingredient, then it is, in my opinion, a perfectly valid addition to a product. Natural is not always best. Clean Science formulating uses the very best of both science and nature in synergy. Harnessing the positive attributes from both will result in a product that produces the best results with the highest safety profile.