Botox tops list of Aussie skin dreams

Eighty-seven percent of ‘aesthetically aware’ Australian women would consider having anti-wrinkle injections, according to a new survey of non-surgical beauty trends.

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IT girl calls for beauty rethink

IT Cosmetics co-founder and CEO Jamie Kern Lima has called on beauty industry leaders to rethink the images of beauty they use to sell their products.

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La Prairie celebrates the art of caviar

La Prairie Australia is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the brand’s Skin Caviar Collection and the launch of its ‘latest innovation’, Skin Caviar Absolute Filler, with art.

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Skeyndor thinks pink

On the eve of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Skeyndor Australia has launched a ‘Wear Pink to Think Pink’ campaign to raise funds for the Thinkpink Foundation.

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Skincare becomes a sensitive issue

Women in the US have become increasingly selective about the ingredients in their facial skincare products in the last two years – with increasing numbers describing their skin as ‘sensitive – according to The NPD Group.

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Pico opens door to more Asian clients

New generation picosecond lasers offer salons and clinics the opportunity to treat their clients’ skin, particularly Asian clients’ skin, more safely and effectively, according to a leading Taiwanese dermatologist.

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Spring Clean Your Skin (with ethics and evidence)

Best known for her TV appearances on Sunrise, the Morning Show and Weekend Sunrise, Dr Ginni Mansberg explains how to spring clean your skin – and keep it looking good all year round.

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Beyond fillers – US doctor reveals the ‘4D’ future of anti-ageing

Dr Neil Sadick, a leading New York dermatologist, has told Australian cosmetic industry professionals that it is time to move beyond fillers in the fight against facial ageing.

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Encore set to launch 3 new skincare brands

Encore Beauty is planning to launch three new skincare ranges onto the Australian skincare market this year.

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Australia leads the way with DMK

DMK Australia and New Zealand has been voted the world’s leading DMK supplier for the 12th year in a row.

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GlamaCo expands into beauty market

Ten years after opening its first hair and beauty trade superstore in Queensland, glamaCo has opened its sixth store – and is also increasing its beauty product range.

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Ella Baché promotes skin confidence

Ella Baché has launched a social media campaign encouraging Australian women ‘to be confident in their own skin’.

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TBN takes bite of superfood market

Total Beauty Network, the owners of Inika Organic and Designer Brands Cosmetics, has launched the ‘world’s first Australian-made superfood cosmetics and skincare range’.

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Pacific Islanders share beauty secrets in Sydney

Five beauty businesses from the Pacific islands will be showcasing their products at this month’s Beauty Expo Australia in Sydney.

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Amazon takes bigger share of beauty market

Amazon’s beauty sales in the US, its biggest market, reached US$340 million in the second quarter of this year – 40 percent more than in the second quarter last year.

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Bachelorettes get their glow on

Three weeks after the start of the 2017 season of The Bachelor and the secret to the bachelorettes’ glowing skin is out – Dr. Spiller Biomimetic Skin Care.

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Online beauty shoppers duped into buying fakes

More than a quarter of online shoppers have been duped into buying fake make-up and skincare products, according to research by MarkMonitor.

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Ultraceuticals wins education award

Ultraceuticals has beaten business heavyweights such as Telstra and Foxtel to win the Platinum Award for ‘Best Blended Learning Model’ in the 2017 LearnX Awards.

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