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Expert Advice 2019-05-27T15:15:59+00:00

Beautiful skin isn’t always healthy — however healthy skin is always beautiful.

That’s just one of the facts we stand by at Dr. Hauschka Skin Care. You’ll find that our approach to health and beauty is quite different from other skin care lines, and you may well be surprised by some of the facts you discover.

Elisabeth Sigmund, co-founder of Dr. Hauschka Skin Care, developed our unique method of cleansing to work in concert with the skin’s metabolism, encouraging the lymph system’s cleansing functions and awakening skin to radiant beauty.

For all expecting mothers, ensuring that our child is in good health is our number one priority. However, most tend to overlook the impact that our beauty products have on our health. Most of the skin care we buy, no matter the price point, is made with synthetics and contains toxins that are not healthy for our bodies, let alone a growing baby.

Our skin makes up a big part of the outer shell we present to the world every day. We wish to keep it healthy and shiny looking. However, biologically our skin is the first line of defense and can be weakened by excessive sunshine, humid, haze, stress or other environmental influences. Our skin often reacts with blemishes, irritations or inflammation, and puberty or aging can also damage the skin’s balance. At times like these, you should pay more attentions and take care of your skin.

Your skin is unique. Skin is a flexible, strong yet sensitive organ. You and your skin cannot be classified as a single ‘type’: you need the right care concepts for different days and places, different seasons and different stages of life. At Dr. Hauschka, we therefore refer to skin conditions which appear and disappear, rather than static skin types.

Your skin is unique. Skin is a flexible, strong yet sensitive organ. You and your skin cannot be classified as a single ‘type’: you need the right care concepts for different days and places, different seasons and different stages of life. At Dr. Hauschka, we therefore refer to skin conditions which appear and disappear, rather than static skin types.