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
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.
With growing awareness that beauty really does come from within, more and more consumers are turning to natural, edible collagen-infused products to improve skin, nails and hair. Collagen (usually derived from bovine or marine sources) is perceived as being beneficial
Luk Beautifood is partnering with Healthy Life to enter heath food stores in the next phase of an omni-channel strategy geared for growth. Founder and CEO Cindy Luken said the company was ready for scale, backed by strong brand awareness, sales
Pure play beauty retailer Sephora has implemented its new Clean at Sephora seal on sephora.com, with US customers now able to filter out unwanted ingredients on hundreds of products. Australian customers can shop for "natural supplements and organic skincare" under the "Wellness"