Acure hair care

(A)cure for the frizzies

When I started writing this blog my main goal was to find the best cruelty-free products I could find. Along the way, however—as I’ve learned more about the beauty and cosmetic industry—I’ve also gained a greater awareness of the sheer number of unnecessary, and often ‘iffy’, chemicals/toxins that we expose ourselves to everyday with our […]

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Natio BB Cream and Mascara

When you need to keep it simple …

There’s no denying it, I’m a simple girl! Given a choice between two options I’ll always take the simplest; and the words ‘why do today what you can put off until tomorrow’ might be known to come out of mouth a little too often. Anyway, when it comes to getting ready, wherever possible — true […]

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50% off sale at Nourished Life

Nourished Life is firmly cementing itself as the online shopping destination for toxin-free and of course cruelty-free beauty and cosmetic products in Australia. If you haven’t checked them out before make sure you do now as they’re having a 50% EOFY sale on select products. Sign up to their loyalty club and you’ll also score a […]

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Natural Zinc Surf Mud

Review: Natural Zinc Surf Mud

My husband is a ‘born and bred’ Australian yet somehow managed to grow up without a healthy respect or appreciation for the ‘might’ of the Australian sun. This has always bemused me—as most Aussies (well at least the ones I’ve met in my 17 years in Australia) are super conscious to always ‘slip, slop and slap‘. Until […]

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Rosehip by Essano

Review: Rosehip by Essano Treat your Skin Pack

Has anyone else noticed that Rosehip Oil is everywhere? I’m pretty sure that until a couple of months ago I had never even heard of rosehip oil, but now I’m aware of it, it seems that nearly all of the natural skin-care brands I look at seem to include a rosehip oil product. So what exactly […]

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Dr Tung's Tonque Cleaner

Review – Dr Tung’s Tongue Cleaner

When I was at university I read a book called The Celestine Prophecy. Do you remember it? It was a cult book at the time and it seemed everyone around me was reading it. Fictional in nature, it centralised on the theme of coincidences—coincidences not actually being coincidences, but in fact the universe/higher powers delivering messages […]

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