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THE LATEST — BEAUTY

The average Australian woman will spend $18,171 on period products over her lifetime. From a financial, environmental, and wellness perspective, menstrual cups are simply more sustainable than disposable pads and tampons.

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Deodorant is a comfort-product; no-one wants to be that pongy one in the room. We all have our favourite brands that we stick to religiously and rely on, but keeping our pits pong-free can be detrimental to our health. The skin is the body's largest organ, and what we put on it - from the deodorant in our pits to the moisturiser on our palms - matters.

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Spending a little time practising self-care regularly is the key to feeling spring-ready all year round, and while a night of pampering may still be a 'night in', it's well worth it every now and again. 

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I have an unquenchable thirst to educate myself and grow, to become more awake, more conscious, more aware and more synchronised with nature and, for as long as I can remember, I have always had a strong interest in health and wellbeing. I guess I was just looking for the inspiration to base a business around.

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Going completely plastic-free might sound impossible in 2019, but #plasticfreejuly is about trying to - for just 31 days - and then continuing those habits year-round. Easing into a plastic-free life can be a smooth transition too, and the smallest of every items can have the biggest of impacts. 

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Disposable pads are made with up to 90% plastic and they can take upwards of 400 years to decompose if they ever do at all. Adhesive pads haven't been around long enough to measure their impacts, and all the disposable pads we've tossed away since they were invented in 1970, still exist somewhere in landfill and waterways today.

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Reflecting the land in which it was created, founders Greg and Jicky Milham have ensured that Sanctum has remained true to its roots in its 26-year history. Each product looks to encapsulate the pure tranquillity of the area by combining locally sourced botanical ingredients with a vision to sustain and nurture. 

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Leaf Shave has accepted the responsibility of using business as a force for good, but the problem they're trying to solve, is big. More than two billion disposable plastic razors are thrown away every single year, and they're not being recycled either.

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Leanne Haining is inspired by nature, and her appreciation for Mother Earth is the basis of her unique range of bath, body and home fragrance products that enhance and celebrate everyday rituals.

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The Body Shop has continued to empower and celebrate the women in their supply chain worldwide through its Community Trade Shea Partnership for the last 25 years. 

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SA Beauty Supplies supports other Australian businesses, embracing slow fashion and slow beauty values. It's a family-owned and operated business, and brush by brush, SA Beauty Supplies is painting a pretty picture for the future of our local beauty industry.

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Melbourne born and bred, Butt Naked has developed a sustainable and ethical skincare range void of the big words and complicated ingredients that are usually found in mainstream products to hide a multitude of toxic chemicals.

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Kiss Ready lovingly handmakes simple, uncomplicated by effective natural skincare in small batches. This is serious skincare; good for your skin and good for the plant too. 

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Channelling her love of all things natural and her deep respect for Mother Nature, Melissa creates small batch products by hand, working in line with her sustainable and zero-waste values.

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Runway Room is an innovative business that has many arms, contributing to the local economy through employment and more importantly, local manufacturing.

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Bondi Kiss is bringing new life to the age-old favourite, pawpaw ointment.  It starts with real, organic papaya fruit. No powered forms here. 

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Considering 80 billion plastic shampoo and conditioner bottles are thrown out globally each year, and only 12% of plastic worldwide is recycled - every Ethique bar is making an incredibly positive impact.

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Toxic chemicals are in everything from shampoo to toothpaste, and without knowing it, most of us are exposed to Formaldehyde every day through beauty products.

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Sasha Morello is the founder and CEO of The Clean Skin Movement, a skincare range made from superfoods rather than synthetic ingredients, and she stands by her belief that health and happiness can go hand in hand.

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Instead of just quitting fashion, I’m trying to change it. I embrace sustainability. I empower people who are designing for positive change. I advocate for transparency. I am socially responsible.

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Anne describes her products as a ‘holiday for your skin’, and she’s not wrong; with naturally derived ingredients like flower oils, olive oil and citrus oil, among other organic and vegan-friendly ingredients, Seven Islands Skincare heals like a two week holiday in the Mediterranean.

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The silly season is upon us and festivities are in full swing. Not only are we exposed to the summer sun, but also the celebratory lifestyle with Christmas party after Christmas party and the annual New Year’s salute. 

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Our skin is subject to damaging effects year-round; we’re a country that loves the sun a little too much, and we’re notorious for our celebratory lifestyle. The skin is our biggest organ, and the brightness, lightness and condition of it, is a tell-tale of the lives we live.

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Deep down I’m a princess, but it conflicts with my values when it comes to ethical fashion.

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