Investing in skin care is a smart move. Keeping skin beautiful, hydrated and glowing is imperative to make your makeup look amazing, and those makeup free selfies look even better! But there is no doubt that skincare brands (good ones, at least!) come at a cost, and knowing what is worth the investment or not is not as simple as just reading the label. Go-To Skincare has consistently been a fantastic skincare brand, fronted by genius/writer/former Cosmo Beauty editor Zoe Foster Blake. She knows skincare well, and even wrote a book on it. Along with a long list of already fab skincare products, Zoe and her team have been cultivating a new product for the past four years - Zincredible. And we are pretty excited to tell you that it's finally here. We road tested this new product to give you a run down on whether it is perfect for you and your skin.
In our work life and personal life, we might not always have the best days. Sometimes we get so caught up in our to do lists we forget that we are supposed to be growing and nurturing our own life and body. Take some time out today and practice self care with our top ten tips.
Janelle Lorenzini quit her corporate career to help people. Now a full time business, and booked out until 2018, Janelle is the ultimate inspiratio...
As the amazing Tina Harris learnt, even the most wonderful human beings are not exempt from cancer’s terrible touch. One in eight women will be diagnosed with either breast or ovarian cancer at some stage of their lives, and 1 in 2 will be diagnosed with at least one type of cancer in their lifetime. These statistics are alarming, but there are things we can do to either prevent or combat cancer by detecting it at the earliest stage.
If you haven't heard, Zoe Foster Blake and her skincare business Go-To have created a new product - sheet masks! To celebrate, we are teaching you all about sheet masks and their potential power for your skin! If you're not sure whether sheet masks are the right product for you, read on!
Everyone’s dream BFF Zoe Foster Blake is more than just a hilarious front on our Instagram feed, but an absolute guru on all things skincare. Many of us are aware of her skincare brand Go To, who changed the game in skincare online. Now spread to a bunch of products from lip products to pillowcases, it is truly an all inclusive brand. But before launching her own skincare brand, Zoe worked for Cosmopolitan as a beauty editor, and wrote two books on skincare and beauty.
After the announcement of Ashley Graham as Revlon's first plus sized beauty ambassador, it got us thinking how far behind the beauty industry is in incorporating a healthy mix of women of all shapes, sizes and ethnicity's. There has being a lot of talk in recent years regarding the fashion industry catching up to the 21st Century and showcasing women in plus size fashion, but how has the beauty industry really fared?
But what is Wellness Tourism? And how is it so vital to keeping the booming Mornington Peninsula tourism industry alive? And how is it benefiting everybody in business on the Peninsula?
It is no secret that the beauty industry is no friend to the environment. With the overload of plastic, chemicals and waste of product flowing into the ocean, the environmental impacts of beauty are astronomical. A 2010 NIEHS study showed hormone systems of wildlife are agitated by personal care products that rinse down drains and into rivers. Plastic is a huge problem too, with 50% of the plastic we use, we use just once and throw it out, according to Ecowatch
Workplace wellness, a relatively new concept to the workforce and to the wellness industry, is making waves in a billion-dollar way around the world. Having an estimated worth of $56 billion globally, and 305.5 million workers benefiting, it is establishing itself as a competitive edge for companies. But what is workplace wellness and does it really work?
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