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One thing that hasn't changed, however, is the quality and efficiency of the formulations. Earthwise Beauty is still one of the most truly effective skincare lines I've tried, including other high-end brands.
I first discovered Earthwise Beauty through a friend a few years ago. She sent me a sample of a green-hued face oil and it was love at first try (or the next morning, I should say, when I woke up with glowing skin!) At the time, Earthwise Beauty wasn't available in Australia, and the products were more expensive than I was used to spending on skincare, but it opened my eyes to the difference – the real, tangible difference — that expert formulations and high-quality ingredients can make to skincare.

What was once a quaint and quirky brand in a herbal apothecary type of way (search the blog for old posts, you'll see the previous look) is now sleek in monochrome black glass and metallic gold detailing. With the rebrand, and now being available in Australia both online and in-store (we'll get to that in a moment), Earthwise Beauty feels like it's come a long way from what it was all those years ago.

One thing that hasn't changed, however, is the quality and efficiency of the formulations. Earthwise Beauty is still one of the most truly effective skincare lines I've tried, including other high-end brands.

Available in Australia from One Fine Secret, a Melbourne-based clean beauty store, I'm thrilled to see Earthwise becoming more accessible, in the kind of way one does when you feel like you discovered some well-kept secret long before it became a cult brand or "hero" product.

But before this turns into a sonnet on all the reasons why Earthwise Beauty is one of my #1 brands, let move onto my review, and let that do the talking, shall we?


This serum is also rich in anti-acne fruit extracts, and retinol-like Bakuchiol, which gently resurfaces the skin and encourages collagen renewal to leave skin smoother, clearer, more evenly toned and plumped.

Earthwise Beauty Black Locust Firming Concentrate |
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This is Earthwise Beauty's latest release, and before you dismiss it due to not feeling your skin is mature enough, take a look at the impressive ingredient deck.

Designed to provide long-term improvement to the skin's elasticity, firmness, and thickness, this serum is also rich in anti-acne fruit extracts, and retinol-like Bakuchiol, which gently resurfaces the skin and encourages collagen renewal to leave skin smoother, clearer, more evenly toned and plumped.

One thing those familiar with EWB will know, is that these products are often suited to a range of skin conditions and concerns — not just those that the product may seem tailored to on first impressions.

A rich golden amber hue, the Black Locust Firming Concentrate is a very rich and thick oil serum. You only need 2-3 drops. It is recommended to mix this with an aloe-based serum (EWB Nap in the Meadow is ideal) to apply, which I preferred as this absorbed more readily.

If you have very dry skin, you may like to use it alone, but for me, I find it too thick and heavy in a way that doesn't occur when you blend it with an aloe serum first.

Used night and day, after a few weeks I noticed my skin was looking brighter, clearer, more evenly toned and even glowy! I don't have any facial lines at this point, but I did notice an improvement in the texture of my neck which tends to start getting horizontal creases if I neglect it, and feel my skin was plumper overall.


Earthwise Beauty Thelma Lip Treatment | Shop Now
This is another of Earthwise Beauty's most recent releases. I have to admit to not loving this at first try, but rapidly changed my mind.

The texture is unlike anything else I've used before — creamy, nutty, smooth on the lips, and you can see little wisps of the waxy balm as you scoop it out. That description sounds a little bizarre, but you have to trust me that it isn't as odd as it reads.

There's no more apt description of Thelma than as a Lip treatment.

I have perpetually dry lips – to the point that I won't go out without a lip balm or lipstick as my lips dry out so fast and will start to peel in a short amount of time. For the first few days I found I wanted to apply a lip balm over the top of it, but after that, Thelma alone is enough to keep my lips soft, smooth and plump.

I really love this creamy wonder —a little goes a long way and feels very restorative. After using it for a few weeks (and applying it every night), I find I don't need lip balm as often (yay!).

You can also apply a small amount of Thelma Lip Treatment before lipstick etc as the texture once absorbed is matte, not at all oily or waxy.

The little pot has lasted me ages – a miracle for a lip product! —and I know it's now an essential product for me (if only so I don't have to buy new lip balm every month)


Earthwise Beauty Cistus & Moonlight Face Mist | Shop Now
If you aren't already using a toner / face mist, and don't understand the benefit, then I suggest you try Earthwise Beauty's Cistus & Moonlight Face Mist. Many toners are just nicely-scented fluff that don't offer much benefit to the skin but don't dismiss them all, as the right one can make a huge difference to your skin.

This mist contains Cistus hydrosol, wonderful for reducing signs of ageing, from wrinkles to lack of skin firmness, and is pore minimizing, naturally antibacterial (also anti-viral and anti-fungal), anti-acne, and nurturing, yet non-drying and extremely mild.

Infused with gem and flower essences, Cistus & Moonlight Face Mist is also deeply healing, restorative and calming.

Many toners are suited more to one skin type/concern than the other, but this particular mist really is a do-it-all, addressing blemishes, dryness (and in turn, over-production of oil, as oily skin tends to be dehydrated, hence the over-production), ageing and large pores.

I use this after cleansing, before following with my other skincare. Damp skin aids in penetration and often increases the effectiveness of your following skincare, enabling it to be absorbed more fully. I also mist my skin between layers if I have a particularly heavy oil or balm that I want to absorb more readily.



Earthwise Beauty Nap in the Meadow Serum | Shop NowI've used this serum off and on for a few years, since first discovering EWB, and always fall in love when I come back to it.

Many of the EWB scents are very unique, and if you are used to heavily scented floral products, may take adjusting, with more herbaceous notes, due to their commitment to only including ingredients that will offer benefit to the skin, and nothing in there just to fill space or add fragrance. When it comes to Nap in the Meadow, the scent is fresh, sweet and very pretty.

With a gorgeous aqua-mint colour, this lightweight serum is cooling, hydrating, calming and thoroughly restorative. If you have any inflammation (either from acne, eczema, rosacea or psoriasis etc) in the skin, dryness, redness or irritation, this is one product I highly recommend you try.

Nap In the Meadow also suits oily, mature or dehydrated skin – again EWB products magically seem to work for almost anyone!

I love using this serum to create micro-emulsions with my other skincare, and it's also perfectly suited to blending with the Black Locust Firming Concentrate mentioned above.
Rich in Turmeric CO2 supercritical extract, Yarrow oil and German blue chamomile, all high in anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, used daily, this serum keeps my skin calm and happy. If my skin is having a reaction or breakout Nap in the Meadow, applied liberally, calms everything down and resets my complexion.

Another bonus for this serum — it doesn't have any tacky residue left behind!


Overall
Earthwise Beauty is such an incredible brand, it's difficult to convey if you haven't tried it. I know there are many brands out there that come highly acclaimed that I could never see what all the fuss was about (and everything works differently for everyone), but EWB truly is worth all the "hype."

You can shop Earthwise Beauty in Australia from One Fine Secret, both online here (free shipping over $80!) and in-store in their Melbourne flagship store.

Oh, and by the way, if you were wondering what that first product was I ever tried from EWB (and haven't guessed already), it was the Green Leaves & Co Facial Oil, which I used to use religiously (and I attribute to clearing my skin significantly), but have since found I no longer rely on as heavily — here's to skincare that actually heals skin!




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When I was in my pre to early teens, one of my favourite experiences was going to The Body Shop, and choosing a new shower/bath gel, and body butter, along with all the other products in the matching flavour/scent. I shudder when I think about the ingredients in those products now (and how I thought they were natural!), and I'm grateful it was only a once or twice a year occurrence.

I haven't really used anything other than regular old soap since then, but I still love finding a good body wash that is truly 100% natural, as it really just adds to the entire bathing experience.

So with that in mind, I was quite excited to discover The Botanical Trader, a small Australian skincare brand based in the Snowy Mountains. Many of their ingredients are sourced and wild-grown in the Snowy Mountains and the founder's own garden, with all products at least 97% natural. Dedicated to "ethics over profits", all products are Cruelty-Free, Vegan,  and packaged in an environmentally responsible way.

Alongside the body care line, The Botanical Trader also has a range of natural perfume oils, which are heavenly!


I have been using the Alpine Botanique Body Lotion in Snow Gum + Black Cypress Bark alongside the Alpine Botanique Hand & Body Wash in Alpine Mint Bush + Wild Rosemary.

Both of these contain Certified Organic and wild-crafted ingredients and are 100% natural. I also want to note that the bottles are very generously sized at 500ml — something I love as it means less packaging overall + I don't have to replace them every month!


The Alpine Botanique Body Lotion in Snow Gum + Black Cypress Bark has a gorgeous grounding, woody scent that is unisex and not overpowering or lingering. This lotion is incredibly lightweight, absorbing to leave my skin feeling supple, hydrated and silky-soft. If there's one thing I detest when it comes to body lotions, it's feely greasy or any kind of residue.

The Botanical Trader Alpine Botanique Body Lotion absorbs fully — better than any other lotion or body milk I've previously tried. I've been using this on dry elbows, feet, hands, and generally all-over.

Used daily, my chronically dry elbows feel smooth and soft (they usually turn pink and dry at the first hint of cool weather, and for this FNQ native, that is now February in NSW). This lotion also does well to combat lizard-leg syndrome, aka my skin once Summer is over. I don't think my skin has ever felt more thoroughly hydrated. I've found it works so effectively I don't even need to use it every day to keep my skin soft and smooth. Win-win!


The Alpine Botanique Hand & Body Wash in Alpine Mint Bush + Wild Rosemary is incredibly uplifting and invigorating. Used in the shower, I feel instantly revived by the fresh minty scent. The Alpine Mint Bush isn't overwhelming (or get in your eyes!) the way peppermint can, and has a softer scent.

The Hand & Body Wash very gently lathers (if you work it, there's no SLS to give that artificial, drying lather) and cleanses the skin. With an aloe base, the Botanique Hand & Body Wash is cleansing without stripping the skin, and it leaves me feeling refreshed and revived.

I also love using it as a hand wash (liquid soap alternative) as the fresh scent is nice to have throughout the day.

Although the scent is wonderful in the shower, it doesn't linger (unlike some of those artificial-fragrance laden shower gels that shall not be named), so you needn't worry about it clashing with your perfume or any other chosen scent or product you apply.

Because it is a very gentle soap, I've also used it to cleanse my makeup brushes, which it does very effectively!

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Perfume is undoubtedly one of the hardest products to find a natural option for, that delivers a complex, long-lasting fragrance. Most (if not all) fragrances today — including the expensive brands — use entirely synthetic fragrance in their perfumes, something I think many perfume-connoisseurs would be surprised about (brands like Chanel started using synthetic fragrance as early as the 20s!)

If you have found yourself sensitive to perfume, or scented lotions, hair products and deodorants, you aren't alone. The headache or nausea you get from someone else’s perfume isn’t from the scent, it’s the ingredients.

Today, most (if not all) fragrances — including expensive brands — use entirely synthetic fragrance in their perfumes.
Synthetic fragrance would have to be one of the most toxic products you can own. Ingredients do not have to be disclosed under laws that protect fragrance as ‘trade secrets’. Many components of fragrance have been linked to or proven to cause endocrine disruption, reproductive failure, organ system toxicity, developmental disorders, and cancer. Synthetic fragrance can contain hundreds of individual chemicals.

Many of the preservatives in fragrance also contain Formaldehyde, a known human carcinogen, which is released at very low temperatures. Aside from the more serious health concerns regarding synthetic fragrance, for many, it can cause headaches, nausea, trigger asthma and migraines and cause respiratory distress.

A brilliant book on fragrance (really, it's quite an interesting read whether you care about natural or not) is The Case Against Fragrance by Kate Grenville. I highly recommend you read it (see if your library has a copy!). It's an easy read, she talks about the immediate side effects as well as those over the long term - such as what it does to women and unborn babies, and how it affects our development later in life, backed up with sound scientific research.






Perfume is something I went without for quite some time, unable to find something that delivered a unique, long-lasting scent that was 100% natural. There are a few hidden gems on the market these days, and I'm going to review the latest additions to my collection below. These brands include One Seed Perfumes, and Yalu Apothecary, both from One Fine Secret in Melbourne. I know some women like the idea of a signature scent, but for me perfume is mood-based and influenced by the occasion. I love wearing different perfumes for different occasions — no different than you would with your wardrobe or makeup.
Top notes of green violet leaf, strengthening atlas cedarwood and fresh Calabrian bergamot. Take pleasure in the heart notes of roses, magnolia, musk (vegan) and tuberose.

Yalu Apothecary The Empress Eau De Parfum Review | SHOP
I can't review perfume without first addressing packaging. Beautiful bottles and perfume are synonymous to me, and Yalu Apothecary does not disappoint.  The box is gift-worthy, and the bottle itself feels very luxurious and glamorous. 

I tried a few of the Yalu perfumes, before settling on The Empress. It was my favourite out of all the Yalu perfumes, with a sweet floral scent.

The Empress can seem a little overwhelming at first spritz, but that quickly fades (within a minute) to a gorgeous rose & magnolia floral. The heart or base note for me is the rose, which gives you a feeling of having just walked into a garden in full bloom throughout the day. The Empress is very feminine, sweet without being sickly, heady without being overwhelming. 

I found it lasted well throughout the day, gently fading as time went on but without changing as some perfumes can. The Empress lasted 5-7hrs for me. 100% natural, cruelty free & vegan, made in Australia.
A syrupy scent; burnt fig and heartwarming ginger. Orange blossoms, round, dewy stone fruits in the height of summer. Sweet tangerine dreams.

One Seed Eau De Parfum Dreamer | SHOP
The One Seed Perfumes are equally as gorgeous in their packaging as Yalu, but with a more modern feel. I love the square bottles & simplistic label— there's something slightly masculine about them to me, whilst still feeling feminine and luxurious. 

It was actually quite difficult for me to narrow down my favourites from One Seed after trialling the Discovery Set. I finally settled on Dreamer and Devotionalthough I could easily wear almost all of them. 

Dreamer is a light, uplifting fragrance with notes of stonefruit, burnt fig & ginger. Doesn't reading that just sound delicious? I found all of the One Seed perfumes to be well-blended, without any particular note being more obvious or overriding the others. Dreamer also has soft orange blossom and floral notes. Overall it's soft, feminine, energising, floral.

This perfume isn't too sweet, and again I didn't find it to change throughout the day, which I love. Dreamer lasted at least 6-8hrs.





A vintage-inspired fragrance with a soft floral heart of rose, iris, geranium with a sweet & spicy top note, and a gourmand-musky dry-down.


One Seed Eau De Parfum Devotion | SHOP
This is possibly my favourite out of all three perfumes, although it's a close call with Dreamer.
Devotion is very feminine, without being too sweet. The notes of blood orange, cocoa & amber make for a delicious pairing. There are subtle floral back notes of rose, iris and ylang ylang alongside vanilla and cardamom.  

This is described as a vintage-inspired fragrance, but don't be afraid of smelling like your grandmother — Devotion is deliciously modern, warm, spicy with subtle florals. Again with this perfume, I didn't find it to change too much throughout the day, lasting 6-8hrs. 

I did find the One Seed Perfumes to be longer lasting than Yalu The Empress, but not by a great deal. If you'd been wearing it all day, you may want to reapply in the evening, but both brands would last through a workday or night out. 

One Seed Perfumes are 100% natural & at least 80% certified organic ingredients, cruelty-free & vegan. 

You can purchase both One Seed Perfumes & Yalu Apothecary from One Fine Secret in Australia. I also highly recommend ordering a One Seed Perfume Discovery Set to trial the perfumes to see how they perform on your skin. I'd love to know if you've tried either of these brands, or fragrances before? Or are you still on the hunt for a new scent?



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Highlighters have experienced something of a resurgence in recent years, and there's a wide variety of textures, finishes and intensities on the market.
A highlighter is designed to lift the face, drawing light where you want to draw attention or create lift. 


A highlighter is designed to lift the face, drawing light where you want to draw attention or create lift. They can be used in conjunction with a bronzer or contour, but I love using them without either. My preferred formula for a highlighter is cream, as I find the finish more natural. Creams don't draw attention to uneven texture (whether it's roughness, blemishes or fine lines) the way powder does, and looks more natural and seamless.

You apply highlighter to the high points of the face — the tops of the cheekbones, cupid's bow (the ^^ of your top lip), bridge of the nose (please don't apply it to the tip!), and inner corner of the eye. I also like to apply it sparingly to the very center of the eyelid, at the base of the lashes, so it catches the light as you move, and underneath the brow bone. As with all makeup, the key is to blend it well.

Choosing the right highlighter online can be tricky, so I've given a short review of some of my favourite organic highlighters I've tried below. I've also photographed them all together so you can see the different textures and shades.

Clockwise from centre bottom: Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Drops, Maya Chia Highlight of the Day Golden Hour, Kjaer Weis Radiance, Vapour Beauty Halo Illuminator 24k, RMS Beauty Master Mixer, RMS Beauty Living Luminiser, Ere Perez Versatile Vanilla Highlighter Falling Star & Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Highlighting Creme

Kjaer Weis Radiance

Left to right: Kjaer Weis Radiance, Vapour Beauty Halo Illuminator 24k, RMS Beauty Master Mixer, RMS Beauty Living Luminiser, Ere Perez Versatile Vanilla Highlighter Falling Star
rms beauty Living LuminiserThis was the first organic highlighter I ever purchased, and it will hold a special place in my heart (and my make-up bag!) forever because of this. But, for products to find a permanent place in my kit, that have to perform. The rms beauty Living Luminiser is glowing skin in a pot. This sheer white-based highlighter blends beautifully onto the skin to give a stunning dewy, lit-from-within look.

The shimmer particles are incredibly fine, so there is no glitter whatsoever, making this perfect for a natural look, and mature skin.

If you have darker skin, don't fear it's white appearance. With a coconut oil base, it's more clear than white and just provides a pretty glow.

Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Highlighting Drops
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This is a gorgeous warm, rose gold-toned liquid highlighter. This product is quite sheer, so if your skin is quite fair don't shy away. My favourite way to use this is underneath makeup as an illuminating primer, then take whatever is left on the back of my hand and apply to the high points of the face as per usual.

I also love adding a few drops to my shoulders & collar bones for a subtle, golden glow. You can also mix 2-3 drops into your foundation for a more luminous, sheer finish. The shimmer particles are very fine, so you won't look like a disco ball, I promise ;)

Maya Chia Highlight of the Day Golden Hour & Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Drops


Ere Perez Versatile Vanilla Highlighter (Falling Star)
With it's golden vanilla tone, I love this for when I want a more golden or warmer look, and it's heavier texture makes it brilliant for highlighting the collar bone. It blends easily and also comes in a more bronze tone (Sun Halo) for darker skin tones. Because it has more of a tint to it, this highlighter works especially well for skin tones from medium through to dark.

rms beauty Master Mixer
The rms beauty Master Mixer isn't just a highlighter. This rose-gold little wonder can also be mixed with any other product, or applied anywhere on the face to add warmth (cheeks, bridge of nose, eyelids) or a rose gold tone and added dimension (lips). 

The Master Mixer is slightly drier in texture than the Living Luminiser, yet just as blendable and one of my favourite products.

Again because of the warm tint, this highlighter also works well for any skin tone from light, to medium through to dark. 

Left to right: Kjaer Weis Radiance, Vapour Beauty Halo Illuminator 24k, RMS Beauty Master Mixer & RMS Beauty Living Luminiser

Maya Chia Highlight of the Day Golden Hour

Kjaer Weis Radiance Highlighter // International
Radiance has a slightly cool lilac or lavender tone in the pan, but it blends absolutely beautifully on the skin. You can really build this up for an incredibly glam effect, or keep it light for a more natural look. The shimmer particles are probably most obvious in this highlighter out of them all, but they are still fine enough that you certainly don't look like you're wearing glitter on your face. 

My skin tone is neutral so I can wear both warm and cool tones, but if your skin is on the cool side, then this highlighter would be perfect for you. For a cream, the Kjaer Weis Highlighters are very light on the skin and drier than other cream-based products. 


Lily Lolo Sculpt & Glow Contour Duo (Highlighter)

This pressed powder highlighter is a soft honey-vanilla tone and it blends well over the skin. 
The Lily Lolo Highlighter is flat (no shimmer particles). It gives a gorgeous glow, and can be used in a full contour and highlight application, on all areas of the face, due to the finish and tones. 

It builds up well, so for a really defined cheekbone, you can simply layer it up.

Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Highlighting Creme
Ere Perez Versatile Vanilla Highlighter Falling Star

Maya Chia Highlight of the Day
This comes in four different shades, I have it in Golden Hour. 
Golden Hour is a warm white-based highlighter, similar to the RMS Living Luminiser, but warmer, and less transparent. This liquid highlighter is more pigmented than the Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Drops. The shimmer particles in this highlighter are more prominent, but due to being more concentrated/pigmented — not because they are large and obvious. 

I absolutely adore this highlighter — liquids take a little more effort than cream or powder, but the beauty of the finish is worth it. I wear this whenever I feel like I want some sparkle and something extra without being over the top. 

Edible Beauty Luminous Angel Highlighting Creme
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This creme is intensely pigmented with a rich, copper to rose gold tone. It has a whipped, mousse-like texture and is lighter than the other cream highlighters mentioned, with a drier finish. Apply onto the back of the hand and tap onto the high points of the face. I also like to mix this with Alima Pure's Loose Shimmer Eyeshadows, to amp up the shimmer and give a slightly metallic finish to the eye. 

You can also mix it with your tinted moisturiser, primer or body lotion for a subtle all-over glow!

Vapour Beauty Halo IlluminatorUSA
I have this in the shade 24k, which is a pale golden highlighter and a limited edition for the 2018 holidays. This highlighter is probably the sheerest out of all of them, adding subtle warmth and glow to the skin. Even if you are quite fair, or have redness in the skin, you would be able to pull this highlighter off, as it doesn't have the red base the other rose-gold highlighters have. 

The Vapour Halo Illuminator layers well and can be built up for a more obvious highlight, or worn as a sheer, subtle glow.

Overall
If I had to choose a favourite...it would probably be the RMS Living Luminiser, or Kjaer Weis Radiance, however, each product I've mentioned works well for different skin tones, or tastes.
Do you have a favourite highlighter, or any that aren't on this list? Let me know below and don't forget you can always ask any questions by , or via instagram!
         
         

        
        
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Honua Skincare is not a brand I'd heard of until recently, but I immediately fell in love with the concept of the brand and simplicity of the line.

Created by esthetician Kapua Browning to use on her clients, Honua Skincare began on the islands of Hawaii, and is now based in California. Honua Skincare is committed to supporting local farmers, using 100% natural ingredients, and all of their packaging is either 100% compostable or recyclable, created with windpower and using vegetable-based inks.

Available in Australia from One Fine Secret, a clean beauty store based in Melbourne & online. This gorgeous space evokes a sense of calm, and founders Kayla and John are both so lovely to chat with. One Fine Secret carries a carefully curated selection of Australian & international brands, ensuring the products are truly natural, cruelty free & effective.

I've been using the Honau Pa'akai Cleansing Cream & Honua Hawaiian Beauty Water, and my review of both is below. I also have a giveaway for both products at the end of my review, so make sure you enter that!

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The packaging for both of these products is so beautiful — I love the frosted glass and branding and they look gorgeous in the bathroom/vanity. The boxes are also quite unusual, unfolding like you're unwrapping a present. 

Aside from the gorgeous colours of the products (who ever said no to a pink cleanser), I love when I can see exactly how much product is left, so I know when I need to repurchase, rather than getting caught short the evening you're wearing a face full of makeup and waterproof eyeliner ;)


Honau Pa'akai Cleansing Cream | SHOP
If you aren't already using a cream cleanser, what are you waiting for? They are generally more gentle on the skin, leaving it refreshed, soft and supple, and Honua's Pa'akai Cleanser is no exception. 

With Hawaiian salt, aloalo (hibiscus) and limu (seaweed extract), this cleanser deeply cleanses the skin without leaving it feeling stripped, tight or squeaky. The AHA acid from the hibiscus will help to refine pores, texture and uneven skintone.

Apply to 2-3 pumps to dry skin, massage, then add a splash of water to emulsify and transform it into a creamy milk, before rinsing off.

This cleanser is very refreshing on bare skin, and also works well to remove makeup, but doesn't leave any residue behind. It's gentle enough to use daily — I only cleanse once per day (just a water rinse in the morning), but if you feel your skin needs it, you could use this twice daily without over-cleansing the skin. I think this cleanser would suit all skin concerns — it is good for my blemish-prone skin, aids in balancing oil production, yet is still gentle enough for dry and sensitive skin types.


Honua Hawaiian Beauty Water | SHOP
Described as an exfoliating 'glow potion', the Hawaiian Beauty Water is a gentle, natural acid exfoliant. If your skin is rough, uneven in tone or texture, congested (blackheads), has little bumps that you can feel under the skin or lacklustre in appearance, then it would benefit from something in your skincare routine that gives the skin a chemical exfoliation.

Honua uses 3 types of acid exfoliants (AHA, BHA & enzymes from papaya, hawaiian sugar & willow bark) that do all the work for you to gentle exfoliate the skin and leave you with a healthy glow.

Hibiscus (which is in both products) is a powerful antioxidant that helps to even skin tone and tighten pores. It has regenerating AHA Acid qualities without the irritation and contains mucilage to leave skin feeling plump and hydrated. This toner also contains Coconut Water to hydrate the skin.

How often you use the Hawaiian Beauty Water depends on your skin. I've been using it 2-3 times per week. If your skin is dry or sensitive, start out using it once to twice per week and see how you go from there. For normal to oily skin types, you can use it up to 5 times per week.
Spritz onto a cotton round and apply to the skin. It's also great to use pre-makeup application to give the skin a quick cleanse and ensure a smooth canvas.


You can mix 2 pumps of the Beauty Water with the Cream Cleanser as a quick mask, apply to the skin for 15mins before massaging and rinsing. I love doing this when my skin feels like it needs a more thorough cleanse or refresh (like after a workout), but I don't have time for or need a clay mask.

How quickly you see results of brightening, evening of skin tone & texture and refining of the pores will depend on whether or not you're already using a chemical exfoliant. For me, I saw results within a few days. The Hawaiian Beauty Water has really helped to fade a few dark spots of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation I'd had for months (dark or red marks from blemishes).

Allow up to six weeks to notice the changes to your skin, which allows time for a full cell-turnover cycle. Often an acid exfoliant makes a subtle, but noticeable difference to the skin.


Overall & Giveaway
I love both products and will continue to use them regularly. Another point I love about Honua Skincare is that is sits at about mid-price range, so it's more accessible than many other brands. 

I've partnered with One Fine Secret to giveaway the Honau Skincare Pa'akai Cleansing Cream & Honua Skincare Hawaiian Beauty Water to one lucky reader! Scroll down for details on how to enter.

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I've talked about face masks quite a bit on the blog, for the reason that they are one of my favourite skincare products. A good clay mask will produce visible results fairly quickly and is especially effective for those prone to blemishes and congestion.

May Lindstrom's products have cult-status across the globe, and the Problem Solver Mask is no exception. Aside from being highly potent, effective skincare, each product brings with it a ritual of self-love and is a thoroughly indulgent experience.

The Problem Solver Mask is a powder-to-mousse formula. The reason May Lindstrom opted for powder (rather than a pre-mixed mask) is so that each and every ingredient remains as potent & fresh as possible. This mask bubbles and froths, expanding into a fluffy mousse as you add water — always a fun experience!




With antioxidant-rich raw cacao, activated bamboo charcoal, soil nutrients, salts and exotic spices, this intensive treatment masque effectively purifies and tightens pores, bringing warmth and detoxification to the skin with delightful ease and power.
The May Lindstrom Skin Problem Solver Mask is highly active and potent, with a warming and slightly tingling sensation. If you haven't used a clay mask before (or in a while), you will always see flushing of the skin after you've removed the mask, so don't be alarmed if your skin is quite warm and red. As long as you don't experience any sensitivity or discomfort, this is perfectly normal, as the mask brings blood flow to the surface of the skin, creating that warmth and flushed appearance. 

As I use a mask 1-2x weekly, I hardly ever see any flushing any more — something I notice is only evident if my skin is quite congested or in areas of congestion. If you use a clay mask weekly for a month you should notice the redness is less apparent each time. My skin is not reactive, but I would say it is on the sensitive side (it's always been fussy with cleansers in particular). I don't have any issues with this mask at all — although I do recommend you patch-test it first, or mix it half-and-half with another clay mask if you find it too much on it's own.

Results of The Problem Solver
I've been using this weekly for about 6mths now (yes, I'm still on the one jar — it's seriously huge!) and I absolutely love it. Previously my weekly mask was The Little Alchemist Cacao & Banana Face Glow, which I still love, but when my skin feels like it really needs a reset, The Problem Solver is a dream.

This mask is particularly effective on those pesky hormonal blemishes (you know the mountains that pop up overnight somewhere conspicuous like the chin or jawline) and clearing out congestion. My skin always feels SO smooth the day after, is clearer with regular use and also helps reduce or sometimes even prevent (if you apply it as soon as you feel one coming on) blemishes from forming. You can even use it as a spot treatment if you don't want to do a whole mask, and just apply it to any blemishes you have. 

I also love how it gets the circulation going in the skin — it's like having a weekly facial! I leave it on my skin for 45mins or until fully dry as per the instructions. I like to thoroughly massage the skin as I remove a mask, so I always do it in the shower, which I'd recommend with this mask regardless, as it can be quite messy over a sink. 



Overall + Where to Buy
I love this mask, and will probably repurchase it when it's finished. I know the price tag can be inhibitive to some, but compare the size (250ml) to many other masks on the market, which are around $65-$80 for 100ml. I've also found this to be one of the most effective detox masks I've used.

I purchased it in Australia from Beautiful Because (free shipping), and you can get in the USA from Integrity Botanicals (free shipping in the USA).

I'd love to know if you've tried this face mask, or any of May Lindstrom's other products, and what you think of them?




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I've had a few requests lately for plastic-free & minimal-waste options, so I thought I'd put everything in one post for you.

Plastic takes an estimated couple of hundred years to break down, which means every piece of plastic you've ever used is still on the planet, somewhere. You might have "thrown it out" or put it in the recycling, but it's still in existence. Greenpeace estimates that 79% of the 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic produced since the 1950's has gone to landfill, or ended up polluting the environment.

Now more than ever we are looking for ways to reduce our plastic use and waste, and your beauty routine is one area that may often be overlooked. Just as you don't have to sacrifice luxury when choosing organic or natural cosmetics, the same goes for looking for products with eco-friendly packaging.

In this guide, I'm going to cover mostly make-up, along with a few other personal care items. The reason I've not included skincare is the majority of what I recommend on this blog comes in glass and/or recyclable packaging.


Shampoo & Conditioner
This is probably one of the products that we replace most often, and due to the slippery, wet situation in which it's used, the majority of shampoo & conditioner come in non-recyclable plastic.

Did you know you can get entirely plastic-free solid shampoo & conditioner bars? They work just as effectively to cleanse and nourish the hair. The trick is to lather the bar in your hands then wash through the hair. These are some great options, that work beautifully.

Nail File/Emery Board
Never buy another nail file or emery board in your life once you get a glass nail file. They work brilliantly and will last years!

Razors
Ditch the disposables and the plastic in one, by switching to a Safety Razor (or for something ultra-luxe checkout Oui Shave).

If you prefer the style of disposables, you can opt for an eco-friendly alternative such as Preserve Shave, made from recycled plastic. The blades are replaceable, plus, you can send your razors & toothbrushes back to retailer Flora & Fauna for recycling!




Make-UpThere are quite a few make-up brands on the market with either refillable or recyclable packaging, many of which are personal favourites and I feature regularly on Liberty Green.

I've included details on a few specifics below, but some great brands that offer refillable packaging across the range include:

  • Kjaer Weis — The entire range is refillable, even their lip pencils (which are entirely plastic free!) Housed in heavy metal compacts, the refill pan is completely recyclable, which also comes packaged in recyclable cardboard. Their foundation is also one of the best out there.

Eco-Friendly Glass, Bamboo, Metal, other recyclable packaging and/or refills:
  • Elate Cosmetics — the majority of their packaging is bamboo, and many products are in a pan, for refilling a compact or use in their bamboo palettes.
  • RMS Beauty is another favourite brand of mine – the Un Coverup is a must-have. Use it as a concealer or foundation with a beautiful dewy finish. When layered, you can achieve full coverage. All of the RMS Beauty pots are plastic-free in recyclable glass pots with a recyclable metal lid. 
  • Alima Pure – All of their pressed products (and some creams) are available in a refillable compact. The compact is very high quality, and although plastic once you've bought it once, it will last you for life. The other option you have is to put the refills into your own customised, magnetic palette. 
  • Sappho Cosmetics – this brand aims for eco-friendly, recyclable and minimal packaging where possible. Even their palettes are made of eco-friendly pressed paper. 
  • Ere Perez — Their packaging has had a major overhaul in the past year, with many products shifting to glass packaging (although not all). Their eyeshadow palettes are now refillable, plus the pigments are beautiful and smooth!
  • Antonym Cosmetics — the entire range is packaged in eco-friendly (and gorgeous) bamboo compacts. Even their brushes feature bamboo handles. As for the products themselves, they deliver intense pigment, with a smooth, buttery finish. Personally, I love their Highlighting Blush & Eyeshadow Palettes. The Skin Esteem Foundation is also beautiful!
  • Studio 78 Paris — All of the products are in eco-friendly or bio-degradable packaging, including their mascara. 



Feminine Hygiene

I've written several posts on this topic before, and whilst your period isn't something you might typically think of as an area to reduce plastic use and/or waste, the average woman uses up to 16,000 tampons (or equivalent pads/liners) in her lifetime — all of which end up in landfill and are non-bio-degradable.

For eco-friendly options ranging from Organic Cotton tampons, pads & liners to reusable options like a Menstrual Cup or washable period undies or cloth pads, click here. I also strongly recommend every woman read my post on what is really in tampons and pads, and what is actually going into your body (and that of your daughter's) every month.

I hope you find these tips useful, and I love for you to share yours with me in the comments. And if you have any questions or there's something I've missed, please ask away!



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Summer in Australia means three to four months (depending on where you are in the country) of long, hot sunny days, frequently with high humidity. When the weather is hot, but I still want to look polished and pulled-together, this is my go-to routine. I aim for the bare minimum regardless of the time of year, but in Summer I'm more mindful of keeping my makeup as sheer as possible, whilst still covering blemishes, dark circles and post-acne hyperpigmentation.

This is a technique you can tweak to any makeup look. By keeping your base as light as you can get away with, your skin looks more flawless, requires less touch-ups and will last so much longer in hot weather.

I begin by taking the Buffing Base Boss brush from MOTD Cosmetics (you can use code libertygreen to save 15% off), and sweeping it over the skin, using whatever product is left on it from the previous day. This brush is essentially a very firm, densely packed but ultra soft flat-topped brush. Anything too soft/loose won't buff the product as well or give you as full coverage.

I find it works best with the foundation I've used here, and is one of my favourite brushes.

 Next I apply ONE DOT of the Gressa Minimalist Corrective Serum Foundation to the back of my hand. A little of this goes a VERY long way, and here we're trying to get as thin as possible coverage. It should be enough to do the centre of the face (cheeks, nose, chin and t-zone) in a thin layer. Barely tap the MOTD Buffing Base Boss brush into the product, concentrating on the centre of the face. Buff out in circular motions, blending out the edges.

 Once you've applied the foundation all over, take a fine-tipped pencil brush (I use this one) and another dot of the Gressa foundation to spot-conceal. Don't blend out the edges at this stage — let the product sit and dry whilst you move onto eyes.

 I correct under my eyes (and the inner corner) using a concealer or foundation 1-2 shades DARKER than my shade, as I have dark circles. You can also use a peach or salmon-toned corrector, or mix a peachy-toned blush or lipstick into your concealer to DIY a corrector. I like to use my finger to apply concealer, then buff it out using a fluffy eyeshadow brush, but you can also use a concealer brush

Once I've corrected, I then apply concealer in a shade that matches my skin/foundation to the eye area, again buffing it out with a small fluffy brush. I like Hynt Beauty's DUET Concealer, or will even use the Gressa foundation.

 
 
Next, I do my eye makeup — which today just consisted of a nude, matte shadow all over the lid and inner corner to brighten my eyes, and curling my lashes (no mascara), but you can do whatever look you want — although I do recommend a waterproof or at least transfer-proof mascara in hot, humid weather, and the same for eyeliner! 

Fill, shape and define your brows as per usual. I'm currently using Plume’s Brow Pomade in Ashy Daybreak, but if you are looking for recommendations check out my post on brows here.

Now that your foundation and concealer have had time to set, I’ll take the same small fluffy brush as before and softly blend out the edges of the spot-concealing. The Gressa Foundation has a cream-to-poowder finish (if applied correctly), and allowing it time to set actually prevents you from having to do much blending, and helps it better cover any spots. This method also works well with most cream concealers, including Hynt DUET & the RMS Un Coverup.



Take a fluffy powder brush and apply powder to the areas you’ve spot-concealed, under the eyes and the t-zone. I also like to do the outer areas of my face and jawline in hot weather to keep the shine to a fresh-faced glow, rather than an oil slick ;) 

The RMS Tinted Unpowder is weightless, and can be used very sparingly for a soft focus finish, or applied with a heavier hand if you have oily skin, and it won’t get cakey or powdery. If I’m going to be in the sun, I like the Ere Perez Translucent Corn Powder with SPF15 — it’s also handy to keep in your purse for touch ups throughout the day. If your skin is oily, or gets shiny by the end of the day in hot weather or airconditioning, the Lily Lolo Flawless Matte Powder provides much stronger and longer lasting mattifying properties.

For the cheeks, I usually prefer cream blushes, however, in hot weather, when you want to keep shine to a minimum, a powder can give you a better longevity and finish. Powder isn’t a must-do, cream will still work fine (I pretty much use creams year-round), but if you have it, switch to powder. Alima Pure's Satin Matte blushes are my no.1 powder blushes.

Today I swept the Ere Perez bronzer sparingly over the bridge of my nose and high points of the cheeks for sun-kissed touch of colour, then finished with the RMS Lip2Cheek in Demure on the apples of the cheeks.

And for the lips, I love Vapour’s Lip Glosses for a hydrated, plump pout — both the Lip Elixirs and Velvet Glosses work beautifully. I love Vapour’s Velvet gloss in the shade Lavish — a flattering plum-tone that is more pigmented than the Elixirs, but still hydrating and provides long-lasting colour. Pressed into the lips with just your fingertips give a natural flush of colour, that even when built up for more depth, still feels natural and effortless.

If I am looking to lift my skin further, I'll finish with the RMS Living Luminiser applied to the high points of the face and centre of the eyelids (just above the lash line).

Do you switch up your beauty routine depending on the season? I'd love to know what you do for Summer, or if any you try any of these tips.  


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Some of these products I've been using for years, others are relatively new releases and some — despite being cult-favourites, I'm only just getting around to trying out. These were my stand-out favourite beauty products of 2018 — I'd love to know yours!

(scroll through the photos for the list below!)

You can see my 2017 recap here.





These aren't listed in any particular order, but firstly would have to be one of my most favoured new skincare releases for 2018 — Edible Beauty's Booster Serums. The Tumeric Beauty Latte, in particular, is amazing for spot-treatment, preventing acne and improving skin tone. (ps: use code LIBERTYGREEN20 to save 20% off)

  1. Kypris Beauty Serums & Beauty Elixirs // I've used the Moonlight Catalyst Serum in the past, which I love, but only recently have begun using it again in conjunction with the Antioxidant Dew and Clearing Serum, with brilliant results. Whilst I love mixing and matching skincare, sometimes it's nice to just stick to one line for a simple, but highly effective routine, don't you think? (ps: the Beauty Elixirs are on sale here)
  2. Vapour Beauty AER Deodorant // Vapour's new cream-to-powder deodorant really does feel lighter than AER, and works wonderfully well to combat BO even on the hottest, sweatiest days (talking 40˚C heatwave here people!). I love the mess-free application and how it stays feeling dry, so I don't have to wait to dress. (tip: don't push the bottom wind-up mechanism until the product is almost done) 
  3. May Lindstrom Problem Solver Mask // Firstly, the jar of this is HUGE and will last ages, secondly, it works wonders for the skin. Use weekly to get circulation to the surface of the skin, clear pores and blemishes and thoroughly exfoliate. Your skin will feel petal-soft and ultra smooth. 
  4. Kjaer Weis Cream Foundation & Lipstick // I've been using this foundation for a few years now, and love it just as much as the first time I tried it. You can achieve sheer to full coverage or use it in place of concealer for a flawless, photo-ready finish. Plus, all the packaging is refillable at a considerably lower price than the initial purchase, saving your wallet and the planet. The Kjaer Weis Lipsticks in the shade Adore, Honor and more recently, Affection, have also been almost all I've worn on my lips the last few months. Adore is simply the best shade of red. All lipsticks have a velvety, long-lasting finish that makes me want them all.
  5. Alima Pure Loose Eyeshadows // Shimmer, Satin Matte or Pearlustre, they are all incredibly smooth, buttery and intensely pigmented. Honestly, I think Alima Pure may be one of the most underrated beauty brands — they do powder products unlike anyone else. These shadows blend out effortlessly, are available in an extensive array of shades and the jars have a little cap to plug up the sifter, so no fear of spills if you're travelling! 
  6. Ere Perez Multi-Purpose Brush // I use this brush every time I do my makeup, and would actually like 2 or 3 of them, it's that good! The perfect size to fit into small glass pots, it applies cream blush effortlessly to the skin, blending it out for a seamless wash of colour. This brush also works well to apply and buff in concealer, cream foundations, or any other cream or liquid product you have!

I'd love to know what products you discovered, and your favourites of 2018, whether new or old! Have you tried any of the beauty products I've mentioned?




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This look is one that is relatively simple to achieve, but the addition of the red lip makes it high-impact. A look that is suitable for all occasions - but particularly fitting for this time of year!

The key to a great red lip comes down to a few things. One, finding the shade that suits your skin tone, colouring and undertone. Ensuring your entire look is cohesive - there's nothing worse than when your lipstick and blush clash! And lastly, one that I don't find mentioned all that often, is a bold, bright lip can often bring out any redness in your skin or in effect highlight any blemishes you may have, so if you're going for a bold lip, make sure to opt for full-coverage, if or where you need it.

I'd also recommend ensuring your skin has been thoroughly exfoliated – if you are already doing this 2-3x per week, that's enough, but if not, make sure to do it at least the evening before. Good skincare is always the foundation to good makeup.

The foundation and concealer combination I've chosen for this look provide seamless, full coverage — there is concealing work on my cheek that you can't even see in this close-up — and also photograph beautifully.



A little trick to have your lipstick & blush looking cohesive every time is to use your lipstick on your cheeks - do this by dabbing the colour onto the back of your hand first, then picking it up with a brush or your fingertips the way you would a cream blush.

If you're trying to match blush, however, you need to be looking at the undertones of both colours, and ensure both are in the same family. This rule applies with all lipstick colours, really, but is particularly relevant when choosing bold, bright or dark shades.


  • If your red lipstick is cool, with a blue undertone, then look for cool-toned pinks in your blush. Shades like Embrace and Demure work well. Unsure as to what cool-toned red looks like? Often it will lean slightly towards the pink range, or be a pink-based red, such as NUDUS Ruby Rose.
  • For warm, earthy tones, either a warm pink, peachy-pink such as Kjaer Weis Blossoming, or coral will work well. You can also skip the blush and just do bronzer, if that is more your thing.
  • When you have a shade that has both warm and cool undertones (Kjaer Weis Adore falls between them), you can go either way with your blush, depending on how the shade pulls with your colouring or your desired look.
  • Don't be afraid to mix colours if you need to warm up a shade or cool it down.
  • And remember, there are no hard-and-fast rules, as long as you're happy with the overall look! These tips can just help prevent you finishing your look only to find something feels "off" ;)




Get the Look: Old Hollywood Red Lip, Glowy Skin & Winged Liner
I have links to all the products used below, and links to where you can shop in the USA + discounts at the end of this article. Scroll down to grab the codes.


Base

Lips
  • For the lips, start by applying a light layer of the Kjaer Weis Lipstick in Adore. Just enough to create your shape. I then use a brush to refine the shape I'm after, before applying the colour to fully opaque.
  • Blot your lips so that just a stain remains (this is key with a red lip!)
  • Reapply the lipstick, and blot again, lightly this time.
  • Press the lipstick lightly (straight from the bullet) back onto the centre of the lips, if desired.


You can of course always begin (or end) by lining your lips with a pencil of matching shade. I do this if I want it to last even longer (I use Kjaer Weis in the shade Classic), and also fill in my lips so I have a good base to start, before doing the above.


Cheeks
The reason I do lips before blush with a bold lip, is so that you don't overdo the blush, and it can give you a better idea of the finished look as you go. Start with light layers and build up if needed.

Eyes

To Finish

  • Using your fingertips, apply RMS Living Luminiser to the high points of the face - cheekbones, cupids bow, brow bone and bridge of the nose. Make sure to blend well.
  • Finish by taking the Kjaer Weis Foundation/Concealer Brush & a tiny amount (you may not need any more product on the brush) of Hynt Beauty DUET Concealer and lining around the outer edges of the lips, to tidy up any little mistakes and create a very crisp, clean lip. Set with your powder brush (no extra product is required) and you're done!


Discounts
MOTD Cosmetics - 15% off use discount code libertygreen
Beautiful Because - 15% off your first order when you become a VIP + Free Shipping in Australia on $50+
Eve Organics - 15% off use discount code libertygreen15


Shop the above brands in the USA
Integrity Botanicals — Ere Perez, Gressa, Kjaer Weis, RMS Beauty, Plume Lashes, Hynt Beauty
Citrine Natural Skin — Kjaer Weis, RMS Beauty, Plume, Jane Iredale





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