Several Australian and international beauty and grooming start-ups are set to be on show at Naturally Good, including both newcomers and staple brands. Ahead of Naturally Good 2019, we rounded up some of the not-to-be-missed beauty and grooming start-ups at
Concord Sunchih GPSP is formulated to support your immune system and promotes general wellbeing. It contains Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi) spore powder and mushroom extract. Reishi mushrooms are believed to support the immune system, improve stamina and endurance, relive symptoms of allergies, hayfever and sleeplessness and
Health food and supplement brand X50 offers a broccoli-based alternative to chips made with potatoes or grains. X50 Broccoli Chips use minimal ingredients, including non-GMO vegetables and rice bran oil, which is free from cholesterol and contains no trans fats. There
G&M Cosmetics has launched a premium skincare range made with native Australian ingredients. The Native Australian line comprises a selection of oils, lotions and creams, including the Kakadu Plum Complex, which incorporates vitamin C-rich Kakadu plum to brighten skin. Other products
Australian start-up Amperna has created a new skincare line that harnesses the power of active probiotics. Amperna products use a probiotic complex designed to support the skin’s barrier, which can protect from free radicals, reduce inflammation, and support the immune system.
Saba Organics is a new line of certified organic hair, skin, body, personal care and sports products aimed at families. The extensive range includes shampoos, conditioners, body oils and moisturisers, hand creams, deodorants, toothpaste and mouthwash, balms and creams, serums, and
Dr V is a premium, derma pharmacy skincare line designed for sensitive skin and sufferers of various skin conditions. Each product has been formulated by the brand’s in-house chemist to specifically address sensitive skin. Suitable for a variety of skin types
Australian food manufacturers are carrying hidden costs of food waste due to retail oversupply, according to software provider UpClear. UpClear estimates oversupply costs Australian suppliers more than 80 per cent of a product’s standard margin to produce, ship, and fund overstocks