Essano’s founder, Shane Young, hosted a brekkie launch of the brand’s Superfoods skincare collection. Driving home the message that ‘What you feed your body has the power to feed your skin’, New Zealand’s #1 natural skincare brand*, Shane says Essano has developed the range using the latest scientific technology to transform skin with the power of natural nutrients.
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.
There’s something about La Prairie. And their customers know that. It’s a given on the La Prairie counter that the customer, whether known to the brand as a loyalist or it’s her first time to the counter, will be acknowledged, recognised and welcomed…as a person, first. Then there’s extraordinary products in luxe presentations through to sensorial textures and scientific formulas that deliver superior results. The finest example to date is the remastered Caviar Premier launched to media in one of Sydney’s most prestigious private venues, The Penthouse.
The days are long gone when SPF numbers were the be-all-and-end-all of suncare. The global sun protection market is valued at $13.7 billion and much of the growth is being propelled by unique formulas, extra benefits and smaller, more premium brands. Invisible Zinc, Australia’s number one mineral sunscreen brand*, has accelerated its widely recognised expertise in aesthetics, to launch a landmark new addition to its bestselling suncare collection.
Jennifer Aniston is one of the most timeless beauties around, and as someone who is always on point we are eager to know any of her beauty tips and product recommendations. So, what are the secret beauty products she uses to keep her skin always looking enviably glowing and ageless?
Anti-ageing skincare sales have started to lift again as the oldest cohort of Millennials approaches 40, reports Euromonitor International. Unveiling its latest data at the in-cosmetics Global exhibition held in Amsterdam in mid-April, the trend tracker revealed that healthy ageing rather than trying to turn back the clock has become the major motivator propelling skincare sales worldwide. The number one benefit most in demand is hydration and moisturising, ahead of sun protection and wrinkle prevention and reduction.
Vida Glow co-founder, Anna Lahey, gathered beauty media together to educate them on her holistic approach to nutrition and healthcare with her range of natural marine collagen supplements to nurture hair, skin and nails from within.
Escentials Brands is a refreshingly elegant mover and shaker in the retail beauty industry here in Australia. Seeking out some of the strongest heroes overseas – Trussardi, Atkinsons and Carven – unsung on these shores, along with new, genuine disrupter brands – Goldfield & Banks, Personail and Rock & Ruddle – delivering them to a discerning and appreciative Australian consumer.
The beauty industry is merging with the tech world in a trend that’s inevitable and expanding at breakneck speed. At-home devices are already playing a pivotal role in how consumers worldwide care for their skin and will continue to do so in the future, predict analysts.
Natural beauty brand A’kin urges consumers to stop making skincare mistakes and treat oily skin naturally. Gentle yet effective A’kin Oil Control range has proven results, none more close to home than with the formulating chemist’s daughter.
Today’s beauty landscape is saturated with competition. The use of celebrity spokespeople is a basic tactic to break through the clutter, but when it comes to natural skincare and wellness the pitch has to be sincere for longterm success. There’s even more expectation when the famous face is the founder, says Brett Riddington, General Manager of KORA Organics, the hugely popular organic skincare brand launched by supermodel Miranda Kerr.