Lissom’s mission and passion is to meet the diverse beauty needs of New Zealanders as well as people all around the world by developing attractive, safe skincare and beauty products that are serious about skin.
Launching in January 2019, we formulated our range whilst Lydia was pregnant with her first child and Michelle was undergoing treatment for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. We are big on clean beauty as we know all too well the long term effects that harmful ingredients expose us to, and we wish to share our brand with those who, like us, enjoy looking after their skin and refuse to risk their health for beauty.
We started our skincare range in on the basis that we stay committed to these promises: (1) made using only the best, most effective ingredients, (2) formulated in accordance with safety guidelines according to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Database, and (3) designed for the real lives we live: full of variety, always on the go, and in need of luxurious yet affordable skincare that we can turn to time and time again.
We are big on clean beauty as we know all too well the long term effects that harmful ingredients expose us to, and we wish to share our brand with those who, like us, enjoy looking after their skin and refuse to risk their health for beauty.
What sets Lissom apart is our dedication to sourcing the best ingredients, carefully curated, with wholesome stories to tell behind their skin benefits. Damask roses, harvested in the early morning before the sun fully rises over the trees in the hinterland of the North Island, are a rare find in New Zealand, and the freshly-picked petals are distilled and bottled up in our Rose Moisture Boost Sleeping Mask - the first in our series of skincare products.
Made from the highest performance ingredients.
Made in New Zealand.
Vegan and animal cruelty-free.
100% free from endocrine-disruptors:
Sulfates SLS and SLES - Parabens - Formaldehydes - Phthalates - Mineral Oil - Retinyl Palmitate - Oxybenzone - Coal Tar - Hydroquinone - Triclosan - Triclocarban