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New Luxury Skincare from New Zealand Combines Bio-Technology and Sustainable Natural Ingredients to Fight Pollution and Premature Ageing.

Canterbury, New Zealand, November 01, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The Scotch & Tailor Skin Therapy system combines 15 years of medical research, biotechnology processes, and sustainable natural ingredients like Manuka Honey and natural keratin to bring you skin care built for modern living; protecting, nourishing and repairing skin from pollution, free radical and UV damage. Ingredients that are power houses for wellness and skin vitality, from the outside in and back again.

The Science behind Scotch & Tailor

In the United States, a Mississippi plastic surgeon noticed unusual properties of keratin materials during the course of his surgical practice. From this pioneering medical research he showed the potent wound healing properties of keratin protein. At the same time New Zealand based research, had identified biotechnology processes for the isolation of natural Keratin proteins from sheep's wool. This unique technology was able to extract bioactive and highly functional keratin. The resulting high molecular weight keratin protein formed the basis of wound care treatments for the most serious and hard to heal skin problems.

New Zealand Manuka Honey has a long history of being used in medicine and wound care to improve skin healing and provides anti-bacterial support naturally. Due to anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, Manuka Honey is ideal for sensitive skin, acne prone skin, or skin that is subjected to environmental pollutants, seen by its developing use for treatment of atopic dermatitis. Manuka Bee Propolis strengthens the immune system and works as a powerful anti-inflammatory in your body supporting skin healing, skin conditions like acne, and providing anti-oxidant support.

It is this background in science and medical research that forms the backbone of the Scotch & Tailor range. A high molecular weight protein is extracted fully intact from New Zealand Sheep's Wool as well as a selection of short chain, low molecular weight keratin "BioActive Peptides" that exert an effect on the surface of the skin. These "BioActive Peptides" work synergistically on skin.

Protect, Nourish and Repair

According to the World Health Organisation, 92% of the global population is affected by excessive air pollution. Air pollution is linked to various skin conditions such as premature ageing, pigmentation spots and increased sensitivity. The Scotch & Tailor range uses ingredients with high levels of antioxidants and the ability to protect skin cells and the structure of the skin while fighting damaging molecules.

Launching with four main products, the Manuka Honey Collection, Night Renewal, Hand and Nail Reconstructor and Flash Firm Eye Gel, co-founder Kimberley Bray says early responses have been positive.

"We've been really thrilled with the early response. Everyone who has tried the range has been surprised with how much better their skin feels almost immediately, and how much better it looks as they keep using it." Adding, "The range has a long history, backed by over a decade of quality research and is developed in partnership with some of the world's leading experts in their fields, so it is great to finally make it available."

The Scotch & Tailor range is available to purchase from https://www.scotchandtailor.com

Contact Information:

Scotch & Tailor

Kimberley Bray

+64 21 288 3733

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https://scotchandtailor.com

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