Osmosis Skincare is a Cosmeceutical range developed by Dr. Ben Johnson who has years of experience in clinically proven cosmetics.
While offering medical-grade products, Osmosis doesn't follow traditional 'medical' philosophy and even goes against it. Their prime principles are:
- A holistic approach to skincare. Instead of focusing on the symptoms, Osmosis looks into 'why' your skin might be that way. Very often the answer is inflammation! Thus, instead of using traumatic ingredients Osmosis products feed the skin enabling it to heal itself.
- Naturally sourced ingredients which the skin would recognise. We all love all-natural ingredients, but very few of them would be absorbed by the skin. That's why every natrual extract or ingredient in Osmosis products is used in a form that your skin recognises and absorbs with little or no effort. This way more energy can be used for healing your skin and fighting free radicals.
- Osmosis uses the best form of Vitamin A: Retinaldehyde. It's a well known fact that vitamin A plays an important role in slowing the aging process of our skin. It improves the skin and reduces fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging. Retinaldehyde is very close to prescriptive forms of vitamin A (retinoic acid) with much less irritation to the skin.
- Osmosis has revolutionised skincare by delivering ingredients into the deep layers of the skin. This is achieved by coating ingredients with a liposome called 'phosphatidylcholine.' It increses product penetration by 600%
What is Osmosis Skincare all about?
Dr Ben Johnson explains what Osmosis is all about in an handy video. He's the founder and formulator of Osmosis Skincare and has sourced specific ingredients to achieve great results for your skin.
Not sure which products are best for you?
Would you like professional help in choosing the best products for you skin?
We provide free skin consultations to all our customers. Just call us on 020 3963 9930 to arrange a time that suits you. Our aesthetician will call you back at the arranged time to talk about your skin.