The Skin Blog

  • Spray-On SPF: A Right Step In The Wrong Direction?

    This article was originally published on SPA+CLINIC. SPA+CLINIC catches up with leading Dermatologist Dr Natasha Cook for her take on spray-on sunscreens.When it comes to sunscreen, there are many emerging products wanting to claim the title for most innovative, and as many clients are put-off fr...
  • The dr.NC 4 step Approach to Glowing Skin

    drNC’s Total Skin Glow Kit is the ultimate Backed by Science, BS-free, Less is More skincare routine. It's also an easy way to introduce yourself to the drNC range. Just three simple steps and a weekly AHA/BHA treatment for radiant, glowing skin. Clear out congestion and stop breakouts in their t...
  • 3 reasons to shop dr.NC this Australia Day

    Did you know that drNC is Australia’s first female-founded, dermatologist-created skincare brand? We’re proud to be: Australian Made Australian Owned Backed by Australian research Created for Australians, by Australians Here at drNC, this Australia Day we’re celebrating our well-earned status ...
  • Why aerosol and spray on SPF should be cancelled!!!

    Are your committing suicide for your skin? Australian leading dermatologist explains: When it comes to SPF and sun protection apart from the formulation the single most important factor to guarantee the product protects you is application!! Application is everything. It’s why I believe that spray...
  • Let's Get Physical! Why I Choose Physical SPF Protectors Over Chemical Ones

    In the land of SPF UVA UVB sun protection there are 2 choices of ingredients that can protect your skin – find out which one is the best for all skin!

  • Concentrated CC+ Cream SPF30: Now available in 4 Fitzpatrick Skin Compatible Tones

    Now available: TWO new shades of my Concentrated CC+ Cream SPF30. There are now 4 shades to choose from - Ivory, Light, Medium and Tan - and these four shades aim to cover the most common skin types and shades, based on the true dermatologist classification of Fitzpatrick skin types.

    Did you know that only 20% of ageing is based on your genetics and 80% is what we do? A fact known as epigenetics. 

    From the age of 20, collagen levels in our skin begin a slow decline.  By the ages of 40 and 50, yearly our collagen levels deplete by around 30% each year.  So, the aim of the game is to stimulate the fibroblasts in our skin as much as possible to keep our levels high - therefore we age, look be...