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Natural Beauty Stops

Wellness From Within

Natural Beauty Stops

Now that winter has kicked the bucket, it’s time to give your skin some much-needed lovin’. The Gold Coast is heating up, thanks to this range of natural beauty companies. Jojoba, sweet almond and jasmine are just a few of the organic delights.

Clean Beauty Market

Opened in September last year, this store boasts a wide range of non-toxic and cruelty-free items. This makeup, skincare, haircare and wellness emporium has over 50 leading brands from all corners of the globe. The shift towards healthy living has called for amodern-dayy answer, and Clean Beauty Market has listened.

Probioskin/Mayella Organics

Probioskin is 100% Australian made and family owned, drawing ingredients from Indigenous and ancient cultures. Here, you’ll find a range of Mayella lifesavers, from Cleansing Serum, Exfoliating Whip, Vitamin C Lift Serum to Protective Natural Mineral Powder. Bio-active ingredients such as fruit acids, wild lime and rosehip combine for concentrated results. These health-giving ingredients are all fair trade, organic and sustainable and omit sugar, dairy fillers, palm oil, and all synthetic chemicals, colours and fragrances.

Earth and Skin

After Founder Lousia Hollenberg realised the damaging effects of chemicals in personal care products, Earth and Skin was born. This beauty spa is devoted to delivering products and treatments that place a hold on the chemical load. You’ll be educated on safe beauty and all treatments are also safe to the environment. Treatments range from Guided Chakra Meditation, Detox Clay Cocoons, Earth Massage and Crystal Balancing Ritual and Jace Stone Face Massage to traditional beauty treatments with a twist, such as Henna Brow Shaping, Bio-Sculpture Gel Nails, Body Sugaring and Organic Spray Tans.

About the Author

Jamie-Lee Rowley

Jamie-Lee Rowley

I’m a creative-visualist that loves bees, beers and devouring well-written books. A 70s babe, born in the 90s. I appreciate marmalade skies, write poems exploring female sexuality and equality and walk barefoot along off-beaten tracks. You’ll find me searching through vintage stalls, staring at obscure art, helping out at local markets, crowd surfing at live music events and sampling every acai the coast has to offer. As a certified Nutritional Therapist, I advocate sustainable living in the sun, the salt and the studio, a statue in Warrior II.