Dr Katherine Armour


As a cosmetic and medical Dermatologist, Dr Katherine Armour has spent last 13 years honing her knowledge in the field of cosmeceutical skincare. “For too long I’ve had to gather products from numerous different skincare ranges to provide my patients with the ingredients they need to meet their skincare requirements. This results in too many products, too much expense, and, frankly, too much time to apply them. So many women have asked me, “isn’t there 1 product that does it all?” So, here it is.”

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Dr Armour works in private practice at the renowned Dermatology Institute of Victoria, and also at the Alfred Hospital and Skin Health Institute.
Dr Armour is widely published in dermatology literature.  She was Consultant Dermatologist to L’Oreal Paris Skincare in Australia and NZ for 5 years, and has worked with many other brands since then.
All my work leading up to now has bolstered my desire to create Bespoke Skin Technology. “One of the things I love most about formulating skincare is listening to my patients’ skin concerns, and then being able to create something that meets their needs. That is the beauty of being a practising dermatologist and creating skincare. We see patients and understand that the skincare needs of women can be complex. We don’t just tend to have one issue. We might have melasma and eczema; or acne and wrinkles, with some general sun damage. Or, we might have pigmentation with very sensitive skin. There is no one cosmeceutical ingredient that covers it all. My aim is to formulate scientifically-evidenced, clinically effective skincare which is able to meet all of the above needs, and is suitable for all skin types.”
  • The Australasian College of Dermatologists
  • The Australasian Society of Cosmetic Dermatologists
  • The International Psoriasis Council
  • The Australasian Psoriasis Collaboration
  • Editorial Committee of Opinions and Progress in Cosmetic Dermatology



Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery MBChB (University of Otago)

Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD)