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The brand protecting our skin and planet

Invisible Zinc believes that while it's important to protect skin when spending time indoors or outside, it’s also important to give back to nature and choose environmentally friendly products that won't harm the planet. 

That’s why Invisible Zinc is helping to turn the tides, by using only naturally sourced zinc within its products. Chemicals such as oxybenzone and octinoxate are found in many sunscreens, and they can have harmful effects on oceans and coral reefs. Many sunscreens rely on these chemicals to scatter or absorb the sun’s rays, and while they protect the skin, they don't protect the planet.

Invisible Zinc is reef-friendly and protects the skin by providing a physical barrier between the skin and the sun. With a range of different sunscreens for the face and body, Invisible Zinc helps to protect the whole family, as well as coral reefs.

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Biolage's Instagram takeover for Earth Day

Matrix Biolage is celebrating Earth Day April 22, with an Instagram takeover series.

The initiative will be highlighting the brand's sustainability practises through global communications with key opinion leaders across the world.

See the weekly schedule here:

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Ultra Violette announces exciting news

Following its successful launch into Sephora stores nationwide earlier this year, Ultra Violette is excited to announce it's now available online at as of April 21, 2020.

The Melbourne-based brand has enjoyed phenomenal success online in the past twelve months, building a loyal and highly engaged following. However, founders Ava Matthews and Bec Jefferd believe the move to be an important and necessary one for the future growth of the brand.

“Sephora will help us continue to spread the important message that sunscreen, or skinscreen as we like to call it, is really the MVP for every face,” said Matthews.

“We know sunscreen and Sephora know niche beauty retail so for us, this is couple goals come true.”

You can shop the range here.

Biossance launches Earth Month challenge

Biossance creates clean, effective skincare that’s better for you and the planet, and is celebrating this by launching its Earth Month challenge.

Check out the five-week challenge the brand has put together, here: PDF iconBIOSSANCE_EARTH_DAY.pdf.

Join the Biossance Earth Month challenge and inspire others to do the same by tagging #biossance @biossance.

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The Australian skincare brand you need on your radar

Australian born, all-natural premium skincare brand, Minenssey, uses Australian minerals and ingredients sourced directly from the earth.

The brand proudly has three ranges, Absolute, Clay Mask and Hydrating which all target different areas of the skin and each boast an array of botanical ingredients. 

Minenssey founder and skincare expert, Cheryl Ross has used her industry knowledge and skills to create a range of essential products, packed full of powerful, local plant-based products with each ingredient playing a role to restore and rehydrate the skin.

"The choice to release my own range was just a natural progression really. It was the opportunity to utilise the knowledge I had accumulated through years of research. I was not contained by price point, as I had often been when formulating for other companies, and I could move quickly to adopt the latest breakthroughs in both the natural and biomimetic arena," said Ross.

"To be able to take products that feature unique and wondrous Australian extracts to the rest of the world also gives me great satisfaction, I needed to debunk the myth that natural ingredients are not active, all of the ingredients I use in my products are tested for efficacy."

Further information on Minenssey and to download hi-res images, visit the brand listing here.

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Celebrate Earth Day 2020 with 26’ Deep

Built from the power of ocean alchemy, 26’ Deep is incredibly passionate about the environment and makes a conscious effort in the production and manufacturing of its products.

100% recyclable, sustainably run and sustainably harvested, 26’ Deep Skincare ensures its source of inspiration is looked after in every way.

Its purposefully formulated products are designed with 100% natural ingredients for simple and effective results. 

The listing can be viewed here.

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PR update for Bioderma

French skincare brand, Bioderma is pleased to announce that Edelman will be looking after its account. 

Both Ashleigh Bonica and Madison Holloway will be the key points of contact, managing all its PR enquiries moving forward.

You can contact them at: and The Bioderma listing can be viewed here.

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Saya Skin launches new website

Saya Skin is excited to announce it has relaunched its website.

"Featuring beautiful product imagery by Karina Sharpe, skin type abstract artwork by local artist Mi Designs Co and a brand new interactive skin type quiz," the brand told BD.

"Searching through the Saya range has never been easier, as product imagery now includes textures and contents, as well as how to use videos."

Check out the new-look website here.

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Ego Pharmaceuticals welcomes in-house PR and communications executive

Ego Pharmaceuticals, leaders in dermatological skincare, is excited to welcome Iro Trimmer as its new PR and communications executive.

As part of her role, Iro will look after media and influencer enquiries, press releases, media kits and samples, and event management across all Ego brands.

Australian made and owned, the Ego Pharmaceuticals portfolio includes QV Skincare, SunSense, Elucent, Aqium, Azclear, Numit, MOOV, Pinetarsol, SolvEasy, Resolve, SOOV and DermAid.

Please feel free to contact Iro for any requests: or 0438 763 996.

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Saya Skincare launches new hand sanitiser

Saya Skincare has released a hand sanitiser to help meet the need of the Australian public, with the 500mL pack size selling out within 24hours.

"We noticed the demand for hand sanitiser on the Australian market due to the current situation, but also noticed the lack of options customers had for an ethical, sustainable, Australian-made product," the brand told BD. "We were so fortunate to source the ingredients in a short space of time, thus being able to release this new product at Saya Skin. Australian-made, palm oil free and vegan, our formulation is derived from non-GMO wheat, and infused with vitamin B5 to protect and nourish the hands."

The 250mL and 500mL bottles are perfect for the home or office, and the bulk 5L refill size ensures a long-lasting supply.