With the philosophy of “prevention is better than cure” Hunter Lab skincare is made from powerful botanicals, which are preserved in a way to maximise the astonishing effects the ingredients have on the skin.
Based on horticulture and science, The Hunter Lab team’s approach is honest and considered, with products that are intentionally for both men and women. Their skincare is designed to clean, moisturise, nourish and protect your skin…not to mention the products all happen to smell like the best holiday destinations – think alpine forests and cedar mountaintops.
The skincare industry is a crazy one - what other industry create products that come with grandiose claims such as actually changing your life and making you look ten years younger? The Southwood team were very happy to join forces with Hunter Lab because the ingredients are natural, smell heavenly, feel silky on your skin and guess what? They actually do work. On the aesthetic front, Hunter Lab have perfectly executed the brand design which is immaculate and detailed with considered materials, typography and sleek lines.
Hunter Lab co-founder Elliot Waldron spoke to us about some of the common skincare confusions as well as the much sought after skincare range.
There are so many skincare products out there. What are the benefits of sticking to the one-skincare regime?
Obviously, we are huge advocates for natural skincare. It’s not so much about using one brand, but about having a routine based around high-quality natural formulas. As long as that brand is committed to using natural ingredients, or better put, not using synthetic ingredients, and their focus is on creating the most effective formulas, then a multi-brand based routine is the go. But, if you can’t find another brand which ticks those boxes, it might be Hunter Lab is your one stop natural skincare stop!
“Natural” and “organic” are words that have turned into everyday lingo when it comes to skincare branding. Can you talk about the natural botanicals in the Hunter range?
We love that Hunter is equally for men as it is for women. Do you think there is still any male shyness or resistance to being active about skincare?
What drove you to Hunter Lab? Has your own personal approach to skincare changed since managing the business?