Dogged approach to men’s skincare
News from The Age:
Bulldog Skincare co-founder Simon Duffy.
Picking a fight with a trio of the world’s largest cosmetic and skincare companies isn’t something many 36-year-olds would relish, but Simon Duffy is a little bit different to most.
In fact, the Englishman was just 29 when the lack of naturally-based men’s skincare options on supermarket shelves so irked him that he mapped out an ambitious business plan that has evolved into an epic David-and-Goliath battle.
“If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s just don’t scrimp on the ingredients so you can do more advertising.”
The result is Bulldog Skincare, established with business partner Rhodri Ferrier to offer a range of products that are free of parabens, sodium laureth sulfate and artificial colours and fragrances, while also eschewing the routine testing on animals that many competitors still use.
Like the mythical David, Duffy has a slingshot in one hand and an ingredient list in the other as he takes aim with acorns of righteousness at the likes of rivals…………… continues on The Age
Benefits of Natural Skincare
News from My Fashion Life:
Skincare is an important and popular part of everyday life for men and women alike and is one of the most lucrative industries. Indeed, such is the demand for healthy skin that the cosmetic industry generates around $ 170 billion per year. Millions is spent on advertising, marketing campaigns and hiring celebrities to endorse products.
Within the cosmetics industry skin care is the most important area as, unlike make-up, it has both a female and male demographic. But with so much choice and so many products marketed to each day, it’s hard to know which products are best for your skin.
The ever growing industry has given rise to many different methods of skin care, these range from organic elements commonly found in nature such as aloe vera and omega oils, to more scientific methods such as laser skin surgery.
One of the major benefits of natural skin care compared with chemical skin care is that organic products tend to be more compatible with the human body than chemical ones. The use of organic skin care products has bloomed in recent years and can range from healthy…………… continues on My Fashion Life