About Tailor

Tailored skincare is concise skincare

The mission is clear. You can’t miss it, it’s literally in the name. To offer skincare that’s tailored to your skin. 

Every product in our range is made to address your skin concerns, fit your routine, and make you feel good. Can’t be bothered waiting for the mask to dry? Use it as a scrub instead! Or pop it on some angry pimples and pop right into bed. You do you. And we empower you to do it your way.

Tailor is vegan, cruelty-free, natural, and eco-conscious. Which is easy to say but takes more effort to do. We know sustainability is a journey, not a destination. And we’re on it. 

We make a committed effort to reduce our carbon footprint at every stage. From creating products that require minimal water to localising production.

 But here’s something really radical.

We encourage buying less. That’s right. A brand that makes money selling skincare to people is telling you to buy less skincare. Because isn’t that the most sustainable way to shop... to not? 

And when you do buy your skincare, you want it to actually address your skin concern, so you’re not buying a different product one month later. You want it to work. To be backed by science, results, and in a blue bottle (we assume).

When each product can work in multiple ways, it saves you buying a million products you’re never going to use. Buy stuff that works. And then works in another way. And another. And on the shelf.

Feel confident with an award-winning, results-driven routine that’s tailored to your skin. Because the most sustainable skincare is minimal skincare.

Buy less. Buy Tailor.

 

Tailor in the community. 

We are proud supporters of Look Good Feel Better.

This programme provides an opportunity for cancer patients to connect, feel more in control of how they look more like their normal selves with tips, techniques and the tools to face cancer with more confidence. This is an ongoing partnership.

2024 Premier One team jersey sponsorship for the North Shore Rugby Club.

Product for the Koha Apparel non-profit organisation’s Kirihimete packs for those in need in our community during the holiday season.

A $2,000 grant to The Good Fund New Zealand, via our Tailor Changemaker campaign.

A $5,000 product donation to Endometriosis New Zealand, via our Face of Tailor campaign. 

On an ongoing basis, we love to partner and donate products to charitable events that align with our values. Recent donations include Dunedin Women's Refuge and Wellington Westpac Helicopter.