NEW: Dr. LeWinn\’s Synergise Effortless, Anti-Ageing Skincare

| 9 February , 2011 | 1 Reply

Last week I went to the launch of a new Anti-Ageing Skincare range being released into Supermarkets by Dr. LeWinn’s.  The new range Synergise is a new, effortless, anti-ageing skincare range designed for busy women looking for uncomplicated skincare solutions.

The Dr. LeWinn\’s Synergise range is formulated with plant stem cell technology and until now, this science was only used in the creation of professional products available in beauty spas and salons and Dr. LeWinn\’s is bringing this skincare innovation to the mass market.

They say the hero in the Synergise range is the rare active ingredient Swiss Apple (Uttwiler Spätlauber). It has proven regenerative properties which work in synergy with skin cells, protecting and regenerating them in order to rejuvenate the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

The Dr. LeWinn\’s Synergise formulation also includes other natural anti-oxidants with key protective qualities such as Acai Berry extract, Green Tea extract and Pomegranate extract as well as anti-ageing super peptides Matrixyl 3000® and Regu Age®, renowned for their strong anti-wrinkle effect and ability to reduce puffiness and dark circles.

What’s available:

  • Facial Scrub 150mL RRP $19.95
  • Cream Cleanser 150mL RRP $19.95
  • Foaming Cleanser 150mL RRP $19.95
  • Alcohol free Toner 150mL RRP $19.95
  • Mask 100g RRP $34.95
  • Day Cream 50mL RRP $39.95
  • Day Lotion 50mL RRP $39.95
  • Tinted Moisturiser SPF 30+ 50mL RRP $39.95
  • Eye Cream 15mL RRP $39.95
  • Night Cream 50mL RRP $39.95
  • Eye Make-up Remover 100mL RRP $14.95

Dr. LeWinn\’s Synergise is available exclusively at Coles supermarkets nationwide from February 24th 2011, for your nearest stockist call toll free 1800 630 056 or visit for further information about the new range.

I’ve yet to trial any of the products, so can only give you this information now but I’m hoping to.

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As a precautionary measure, a patch test is recommended for sensitive skin for all products. If reaction occurs discontinue use.

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  1. Leonie Teale says:

    I think it is really sad that another mid range brand has gone into supermarkets – just like L’oreal. A supermarket is a food shop and to put Dr Lewinns in the same category just cheapens it and is so tacky. It does not matter how much Coles tries to look like a department store it always ends up looking cheap and nasty because the shoppers destroy the image in no time at all. I will never buy Dr.Lewinns again and I was great champion of the brand!

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