New Devices and Products On PB’s Radar

PB Radar: The people, places, products, and events Professional Beauty is currently crushing on.

Good Morning Glow

The Beauty Chef Glow Ageless Powder

The Beauty Chef has recently launched a magical ingestible powder specifically formulated for women over 50 years-old to transform their skin, and boost immunity, energy and overall well being.

Glow Ageless powder contains skin-protective antioxidants and a powerful combination of Certified Organic probiotic wholefoods including nutrient-dense shiitake mushroom, maca and grapeseed extract with provitamin A — which is necessary for the cellular turnover process — along with vitamin C for collagen formation and iodine for normal production of thyroid hormones. 

The wholefood is a daily essential for radiant skin, healthy hair, and optimal gut health. Glow Ageless is especially supercharged using The Beauty Chef’s unique Flora Culture bio-fermentation process. It can be consumed easily by mixing 5g of the powder in 200ml of water, a smoothie, yoghurt, or your favourite drink.

For more, contact The Beauty Chef on 02 9363 1648.

Micro-Infusion Magic

Ultraderm Skin Renew Micro Infusion System

Ultraderm’s new at-home micro infusion system is the perfect product for those who want perfect skin between salon appointments. The product combines the rejuvenating benefits of Apple Stem Cells and Micro Needling to improve skin firmness, tone, texture, and clarity. 

The kit includes the Skin Renew Cream with Apple Stem Cells 50mL (full size), the Skin Renew Serum with Apple Stem Cells 10mL, and a .25mm Micro Needle Roller.

The Skin Renew Micro Infusion System was created to achieve extremely fast visible results by enhancing product absorption to the skin after use. 

For more, contact Ultraderm on 1300 660 297.

Skincare Devices Soar

COVID-19 caused the skincare device market to be in flux like never before by initially experiencing extreme contractions in demand.

The skincare device market is soaring, with Fact.MR reporting the market to be at $17.1 billion at the end of 2021; and projected $20 billion by the close of 2022.

COVID-19 caused the skincare device market to be in flux like never before by initially experiencing extreme contractions in demand. But as the medical industry’s focus on treating respiratory illness increased, all resources were pooled away from non-pandemic related procedures.

Which is when the at-home skincare device rose; companies invested in technological advancements that people could use with ease from the comfort of their own homes. Manufacturers focused on the production of LED therapy devices, AI-enabled gadgets, and at-home microneedling. 

Very Vegan Vinotherapie 

Caudalie Vinotherapist Range

PB is absolutely loving Caudalie’s new Vinotherapist Range. After inventing the first Vinotherapie Spa in 1999, the brand has used more than two decades of expertise to create a natural line that is a delight for the senses.

Vinotherapist is the perfect solution to atopic dermatitis, the second most common skin condition after acne. The range caters to itching, redness, and dry, sensitive skin. Its soothing solution is available in a Vegan Body Butter and a Hand & Nail Repairing Cream created to prevent itching, nourish, protect, and repair the dermal layer without leaving them feeling greasy.

Both products are made from a vegan formula with 98% natural-origin ingredients; including desert date oil, grape seed oil, organic shea butter, and organic sweet almond oil.

For more, contact Caudalie on

FAST FACT: The growing rate of medical tourism is projected to expand the Australian and New Zealand market at a cumulative annual growth rate of 9.9% per year until 2032. Several industry giants in the global skincare device market are turning to acquisition, partnership, and collaboration to secure their place before the peak of the boom. For example, in November 2021, Lancer Skincare collaborated with the technology startup ByondXR and launched The Virtual Lancer Dermatology Shop. The new virtual store offers in-home benefits of Lancer dermatology through a digital platform.

This article first appeared in the September/October 2022 print issue of Professional Beauty.

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