Kia Ora Magazine

Inside Out: Holski (a blend of “holistic” and “skincare”) is the brainchild of Wellington sisters-in-law Jill and Emma Hughes.

MiNDFOOD Website

Can ingestible and topical collagen be used together to improve skin?: Emma and Jill Hughes had the idea for new beauty brand Holski after considering studies they say show the same ingredients used inside and out had better results than using them separately.

BeautyNZ Magazine


Spotlight On, Kiwi Made: The New Zealand made range of 'Supplemetics' (a marriage of supplements and cosmetics) is designed to achieve maximum results from minimum products.

VIVA Magazine

Are Skincare And Supplement Duos The Secret To Your Best Skin Yet?: The next wave of beauty brands is adopting a two-pronged approach to glowing skin.

MiNDFOOD Magazine

Simplify your skincare routine with just two steps to support your healthiest skin yet. Holski's two collagen products come in one super-convenient, thoroughly effective Starter Set.

Capsule Magazine

Cool Stuff We’re Loving This Month: About this time of the year when your well-meaning NY resolutions have completely fallen by the wayside (guilty) but looking after your skin is a LOT easier than getting to the gym...

Woman's Day Magazine

Eva Longoria: Use the hydrating cream morning and night, and double down with two teaspoons of Collagen Beauty Builder powder mixed through a hot or cold beverage daily.

Woman's Weekly Magazine

Double-Duty Beauty: As we age, collagen levels in our skin diminish, which can leave it not quite as bouncy and firm as it once was. Enter New Zealand brand Holski, which marries supplements (ingestible collagen) with cosmetics
(topical collagen) to double down on the good stuff...

Focus Magazine

HIGHLIGHTS OF THINGS WE HAVE LOVED: Their Collagen Beauty Builder, a premium ingestible collagen supplement, complements the Collagen Activation Hydrator, a single skincare product. The hydrator, enriched with collagen and Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5, stimulates natural collagen production, promoting skin health, vitality, and firmness.

FashioNZ Online

The latest in beauty!: The beauty industry continues to evolve and innovate, staying on top of the newest makeup and skincare releases can be an exciting yet overwhelming task. Fear not, as we’ve curated a comprehensive roundup of all the must-have products hitting the shelves...

Australian Woman's Weekly

The power of peptides: In the quest for maintaining youth,
we’ve seen some quirky skincare treatments come and go in recent decades – snail slime, salmon sperm and vampire facials led the way in the not-for-the-squeamish solutions to smoothing out complexion creases...