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Emma Lewisham

The homegrown skincare brand pioneering sustainable, clean beauty.

Emma Lewisham skincare burst onto the scene late last year, founded on the essential idea that women shouldn’t have to compromise their health for luxurious, high performing skincare. Their products are 100% clean, natural and non-toxic but simultaneously deliver the highest of performance. Emma Lewisham products have quickly established a cult following and have been acclaimed globally for setting a new benchmark in skincare.

Emma’s mission is to make a meaningful impact in the beauty industry, and her 100% clean skincare line embodies the brand’s belief that luxurious, efficacious products don’t have to compromise people’s health or our planet. Emma Lewisham is the first beauty brand in the world to problem solve and produce a sunscreen tube made from 100% recycled plastic and all packaging used is compostable, with no laminate and uses natural inks. 

PROVEN RESULTS, CLEAN INGREDIENTS

With uneven skin tone being the number two skincare concern of New Zealand women, it's no surprise that a New Zealand owned skincare label like Emma Lewisham would come out on top in an independent lab test. 

The Science - Increased melanin production is one of the principal causes of hyperpigmentation, sun spots, age spots and dull, uneven skin tone. Inhibiting melanin production improves hyperpigmentation and brightness. Emma Lewisham's Skin Reset works by shutting down hyperpigmentation in two different pathways. The patented organically grown beauty complex in the serum contains active ingredients that interfere with an enzyme in the cells called tyrosinase. When UV light from the sun comes into contact with the enzyme it is usually activated to produce pigment, which travels to the upper layer of the skin and is seen as dark spots or hyperpigmentation. These plant actives inhibit tyrosinase, stopping the metabolic process that creates pigment. And if any pigment somehow manages to form, the vitamin B3 active works further downstream to deter the pigment from transferring to the skin's surface.

The Results - Results of independent lab testing by Trinity Bioactives in November 2019 found that Emma Lewisham's iconic Skin Reset Concentrated Brightening Serum out performs other well-known brands in it's effects on levels of melanin produced. It was found that the Emma Lewisham Skin Reset was only one of four of the 10 products tested that inhibited melanin production significantly within just 24 hours. As well as being the most effective melanin inhibitor, Emma Lewisham Skin Reset was the only brand tested that was proven to be 100 percent clean and non-toxic. Clean skincare goes one step further than natural, by ensuring a product is truly 100 percent naturally derived and 100 percent clean of any proven or suspect harmful or toxic ingredients. 

INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED

As mentioned, Emma Lewisham skincare only launched last year but is already hailed as one of the most high-performing clean beauty brands. The Canadian clean beauty app - Think Dirty (shop clean) awarded Emma Lewisham's Skin Reset as Best Serum. The app lists more than 1.4 million products across 4,500 brands and has 26.2 million unique searches, making the serum's win a big deal to say the least. 

Emma Lewisham herself is thrilled to be the first ever New Zealand brand to be recognised in the Think Dirty Clean Beauty Awards and justifies her conviction that clean beauty is very much the future. “Because these awards are for verified clean products only, it means so much to be singled out as the best-performing serum in this category," says Emma. "For me, what I think makes our Skin Reset Serum stand out is that it's 100% clean but it doesn't compromise on delivering the highest of performance. A lot of our customers love the product as they get two things they didn't believe was possible: a product that is both 100% clean and super effective". Emma Lewisham skincare goes as far as banning 1400 ingredients that are found to be suspicious or potentially harmful to human health. 


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