MADE IN VIENNA FROM THE WORLD FOR THE WORLD
Less is More is developed jointly by Dr. Doris Brandhuber and Hannes Trummer. In direct contact with clients, a range of organic certified care and styling products saw the light of day, combining functionality and simplicity, beauty and health, ethics and aesthetics. The innovative formulations created by the chemist exclusively contain natural ingredients. These are carefully selected for effectiveness, purity and optimal skin compatibility and environmental impact. The ingredients are obtained from renewable resources and, whenever possible, from certified organic farming and are all fully and rapidly biodegradable. Pure essential oils contribute to functionality, wellness and pleasure.
Both session and salon stylists, international press and clients around the world value the award-winning products for their sustainability and exclusivity.
DR. DORIS BRANDHUBER - Chemist. Aromatherapist.
HANNES TRUMMER - Hairstylist. Trainer.
DR. DORIS BRANDHUBER
Her fascination for creation, transformation and for designs and materials that shape the future led Dr. Doris Brandhuber to study chemistry. As a long-time yoga student with a deep passion for the environment, biomimicry was a natural choice of specialty. This interdisciplinary field systematically generates products with optimized benefits by emulating the structure and functioning of the nature.
The postgraduate chemist, who also worked as an environmental consultant, not only focused intensely on composition, but also on the health and environmental aspects of modern cosmetics. When Less is More was set up, it was clear that only the development of her own line would be able to live up to her ambition of providing healthy and honest hair cosmetics in the best possible way. The chemist declined a research fellowship at Yale and focused on creating formulations for Less is More instead. Today Dr. Doris Brandhuber is a trained aromatherapist and has extensive experience in the field of organic cosmetics.
Hannes Trummer opened a small salon with big ambitions in the centre of Vienna in 2005. Previously, he had graduated from the Master School of Painting in Graz and had worked successfully as Artistic Director and Staff Trainer at a renowned international hairdressing chain. His intensive study of the Feldenkrais Method (Awareness Through Movement) and his claim to focus on the client and the client’s needs prompted him to develop the Less is More idea: That the need for space to evolve is accommodated through a reduction to the essential.