Dr Marko Lens creates powerful, effective skincare and colour products using active ingredients and botanicals that support healthy looking skin and help to prevent visible signs of ageing.

Meet Dr Marko Lens, Zelens Founder

In 2011 Dr Marko Lens, a world-renowned authority in the field of skin ageing and skin cancer created Zelens.

Zelens launched as a unique proposition; high performance skincare based on scientific evidence and active ingredients with clinical proven efficacy. Zelens continues to lead where others follow. Dr Lens is still at the helm of the brand; bringing his expertise to every formulation, ingredient innovation and business evolution.

In 2012 Dr Lens launched Active Colour; colour cosmetics with the same skincare benefits are the core Zelens collection. More than just make up Active Colour perfects skin finish with a range of foundations, primers, mascara and lip colours.

The Science of Beauty

Zelens products combine powerful high-performance active biotechnology ingredients with the unique blend of plant-derived molecules with potent anti-ageing and healing properties.

However, simply combining ingredients from both sources does not create truly effective skin care. All elements must be carefully selected, science-backed and integrated in a formula to work together. Only the exact balance and synergistic action of all ingredients can effectively trigger cellular processes necessary for skin regeneration and repair.

‘The sophisticated technology of our formulations with multiple ingredients that work in balance is essential to the remarkable effectiveness of Zelens products.’

Dr. Marko Lens

Proud to be setting the standard in skincare

Every Zelens product is part of rigorous clinical trials (laser profilometry) by renowned institutes. Zelens products are tested to the highest standards and every product you choose is an investment in your skin.

The clinical results are featured within the product information.

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