Leading the way in active natural skincare, La Mav this year is celebrating a decade of certified organic and certified cruelty free skincare products in Australia.
For increasing numbers of women the ingredients of skincare products have become as much of an issue as efficacy. The Olive Oil Skincare Company has gone beyond the ‘liquid gold’ central to its name and uses 100 per cent extra virgin olive oil to add a touch of luxury to its affordably-priced body, face and hair products. The fact that the sought-after natural skincare specialist is completely Australian-owned rounds out the list of the four things that matter most to many women of all ages when looking for skincare - superior moisturising benefits, value, natural ingredients and locally-made.
This year marks a thrilling new direction for Australia's leading skincare company, Core Metrics. The family-owned business will launch their fragrance distribution business, headed by “the perfume hunter” herself, Sally Desancic.
Puig’s greatest strength is its legendary ability to translate the image of an iconic brand into the fragrance and beauty categories through such worldwide smash hits as Paco Rabanne 1 Million and Jean Paul Gaultier Classique. The sixth largest player in the global fragrance market, the fast-growing Barcelona-based company also scored one of the most talked-about beauty licenses of 2018 in March. A long-term agreement with French luxury brand, Christian Louboutin.