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1.Amethyst rollers, ~mermaid~ facial serums, and lavender hibiscus bath soaks are all the name of the game for Salt by Hendrix. In addition to using quality plant-based ingredients, the packaging for this skincare brand makes the phrase "feast for the eyes" come to mind.
2.For showers that feel like spa treatments, Frank Body is *where it's at*. Their vegan coffee scrub is so loved that it's inspired several spinoffs — think coconut coffee, peppermint coffee, birthday cake, and an A-beauty version packed with kakadu plum and finger lime.
3.The Insta-famous Sand & Sky brand has absolutely made an appearance on your explore page. They're known for quality ingredients like Australian emu apple and pink clay, the superstar behind their cult-favorite pore-refining mask (READ: a true must-have for zit outbreaks).
4.You should be wearing sunscreen every single day, and luckily it's a task made easier by Australian Gold. Their range of SPF face lotions are hypoallergenic, oil-, dye-, and reef-safe — plus they contain an antioxidant-rich blend of kakadu plum, eucalyptus, and red algae that won't make your skin betray you via a ginormous breakout.
5.Lanolin is the main ingredient behind (and the namesake of) Lano. This brand relies on cruelty-free sheep's wool oil sourced by Australian sheep farmers to help you bid adieu (with a vengeance!) to chapped lips and a dry complexion.
6.Edible Beauty lives by a name-implied standard: their plant-based products are literally safe enough to eat. Prepare for illuminating serums and cleaning milks that contain fancy ingredients like sunflower seed oil and emu apple seed — all vegan, cruelty-free, and toxin-free.
7.Miranda Kerr's vegan beauty line, Kora Organics, uses noni fruit (a healing superfood) and other certified organic, natural ingredients that your complexion will drink 👏 right 👏 up 👏.
8.The purpose behind Alpha-H = concentrated products with clinical results. Their power peels and firming eye serums are packed with a host of strong ingredients that demand results (think glycolic acid and juveleven hexapeptide, the latter of which helps repair cell damage).
9.Dr. Roebuck's, a clean beauty brand, is guaranteed to become your complexion's new superhero. Whether your skincare concerns include blemishes or extreme sensitivity, rest assured that they have a sustainably-sourced product your complexion will L-O-V-E.
10.Australian botanicals are the cornerstone of Asarai, a naturopath-developed skincare brand that offers everything from moisturizing facial oils to detoxifying red clay masks. PLUS!? It's all cruelty-free, fragrance-free, and 99-100% natural.
11.Go-To Skincare offers no-frills moisturizers and oil cleansers that are super gentle on your complexion. Plus, you'll want to throw their sheet mask into your shopping cart — it's packed with a blend of kakadu plum, finger lime, and Tasmanian pepper leaf to provide some serious glow.
12.Treat yourself to splurge-worthy serums, eye balms, and non-drying sanitizers from Grown Alchemist. A product spotlight needs to be shone on their body cleanser, a luxurious blend of chamomile, bergamot, and rose that *won't* make your skin feel parched.
13.Say ~I dew~ to glow with Luma Beauty. Their illuminating highlighters and light-diffusing primers are your new one-stop-shop for looking refreshed, awake, and hydrated ("Who drinks a ton of water? YOU") with just a few easy swipes of product.
14.Aesop encompasses everything from skincare to haircare, even venturing into the world of fragrance: their Rōzu perfume contains notes of rose, shiso, and guaiacwood guaranteed to become your new go-to scent.
15.Rohr Remedy relies on Australian medicinal botanicals to deliver clean, effective skincare you'll feel good about using — not only do their products use wild-harvested native plant extracts, but the brand *also* works with indigenous land owners.