Madagascar: Home of Our Star Ingredients

Let’s state the obvious: high-performance skincare products rely on high-performance skincare ingredients. To formulate the best-of-the-best skincare, we source ingredients everywhere from our local farm in Japan to far-off countries across the globe. In our...

The Power of Peptides

You’ve probably seen the word “peptides” countless times in the skincare aisle or heard about them from various brands and beauty experts. That’s because these powerhouse molecules are enormously beneficial for your skin—some would go...

How To Achieve Glowing Skin

While we may all have varying skin concerns, there is one thing we have in common: we all want fresh, glowing skin. (We dare you to disagree.) There are a few ways to achieve this...

Skin Turnover: A Fresh Start

Your skin is always changing, literally. Not just in terms of its appearance, but also in terms of its very composition. In fact, you are constantly shedding dead skin cells in order to make space...

Toner vs. Essence: What’s the difference?

The list of products, steps, and tools involved in a skincare routine seems to grow by the minute. It can get overwhelming for even the most advanced beauty connoisseur. Everyone boasts different opinions on how to create the ideal everyday skincare routine. We’re here to help clear a few things up.

What Is Fermented Skincare?

When you hear the word “fermentation”, do you think of things like kimchi, yogurt, or kombucha? It’s time to add skincare to the list. These things all have more in common than you might think. The power of fermentation helps heal the body from the inside out, including the skin. Let’s get into it.

Skincare Icon: INFINESSE Derma Pump Milk S

We at ALBION pride ourselves on having a one-of-a-kind, holy-grail skincare item that delivers unprecedented results. Not quite a toner, essence, or serum, INFINESSE Derma Pump Milk S belongs to a distinct category of its own: balancing milk. This is a signature step in the ALBION 4-step skincare ritual. We’re excited to introduce you (and we think you’ll get along).