RSL sep 2020 blog
Picture of Author: <b> Karen Austin
Author: Karen Austin

September Blog


We are counting down the days till we get to see you all again! We open on Monday 26/10/20, so exciting!!

Thank you for all those who have supported us throughout this crazy time, our products have been flying out the door.

We decided to give back to the Frontline workers and we gave away 10 Enbiroment skin care packs. (they deserve it)

Congratulations to the following 10 Beautiful People who have been lucky enough to be drawn out and win one –

And the Winners are……. Drum Roll

Georgia Battye

Emma Bailey

Sara Amadio

Carlie Sutton

Casey Tyler

Amanda Barnett

Karly Theodore


Ajay Drapes

You will be contacted on Social Media to organise your delivery of skin kits, we cannot wait to repair and rewind your skins back to the perfect state.

Thank you again for caring and supporting and simply being on the front line for us Victorians. We love you.


Relax, unwind and get results…


Finding time for yourself to relax and unwind is very important, especially with everything that has been going on in the last few months, to be honest is does feel like its been way longer than that. It is important because we all need time to rest and recharge for our mental and physical health. There are many ways in which we can do this whether it be going for a walk, reading a book, taking a bath or simply just sitting outside and taking in the sunshine with spf of course! The way that we can relax, unwind and get results is by simply adding a masque into your skincare routine. I know how simple is that!

First, what is a masque? A masque is a skin care product designed to target specific skin concerns. No matter your age or your skin care concerns there is a masque for you. That is the beauty of them they suit everyone.

Masques are very simple to use. We recommend to double cleanse, so your skin is extra clean free of any excess oil or makeup. Apply the masque that has been recommended for your skin type, and your concerns. Leave for 20 minutes then rinse off with warm water, you then apply your serums, oils and cremes.

The masks we love and use ourselves are the DMK Hydrating mask and DMK Acu Masque. They can be used alone, or both can be used depending on what your main concern is. Some of us use them by themselves while others use Acu Masque on the t-zone and hydrating Masque on the cheeks and neck, all our masks can be customised. The Acu Masque is ideal to use for those hormonal breakouts that seem to pop up every month, or the annoying redness most of us endure.

Acu Masque

Is designed to reduce stubborn blackheads and blemishes by absorbing oils and dissolving dead skin cells. It also purifies ducts which are plugged by dead skin cells and excess sebum, prevents pimple eruptions, while acting as an astringent on enlarged pores. Can also soothe red, irritated skin. Acu Masque is ideal for oily skin prone to blemishes, this mask is perfect for rosacea too.

Hydrating Mask

Is designed to provide supreme hydration by revising the liquid between the tissue in the epidermis (outer layer of skin). This then will plump the skin and help prevent premature ageing, wrinkles and fine lines. Ideal for dehydrated and skins showing signs of ageing.


Adding a masque into your skin care routine is quite simple. They are easy to use and only take 20 minutes. With the bonus of your skin looking great afterward. Just make sure you follow the mask routine with the DMK aftercare, serums, oils and cremes.


Don’t forget this is the last week for 10% off all Products, we hope you have enjoyed the discount to help you retain the skin you deserve.


We are still offering complimentary skin consultations, so I strongly recommend if you have not had one for a while, then take our offer up, your skins change with the season, stress levels, environment, etc, so we want to make sure what you are using still benefits your skin.



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