Health and Beauty

Mineral Cosmetics Australia

  • What's hot

    Mirenesse Cosmetics Skin Clone Foundation Mineral Face Powder SPF15 13g / 0.46oz (13. Vanilla) - AUTHENTIC
    Beauty (Mirenesse Australia)


    Mirenesse Australia


    List Price: $39.00
    Price: $39.00


    • A 2-in-1 pressed mineral powder foundation infused with youth extending ingredients
    • Can be used Wet or Dry
    • Ideal for sensitive skin to maintain the appearance of youth.
    • Super smooth and creamy and has no shiny effect like other mineral powders.
    • Clinically Proven Anti-Ageing Benefits

    -417 Intense Mud Phyto Body Firming Lotion – Precious Mineral Complex – Dead Sea Minerals
    Beauty (-417)


    -417


    List Price: $52.00
    Price: $52.00


    • FIRMS & TIGHTENS. Crafted with the powerful phytoless complex Eugenia Grasilis Extract, Glaucium Flavum Leaf Extract, and Caffeine. This prevents excessive accumulation of fat in the cells and firms and tightens the skin.
    • ANTI AGING. Give your skin the nourishment it deserves with our intense mud phyto body firming lotion. This innovative formula is rapidly absorbed leaving skin soft and protected while preventing skin from showing signs of aging.
    • SKIN REGENERATION. Ensures skin regeneration by assisting the renewal of skin cells.
    • ESSENTIAL VITAMINS. Made with vitamins that your skin needs to stay healthy and improve the appearance of fine lines. Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, and Vitamin F.
    • REDUCES WRINKLES. Firms skin and causes wrinkles to become smoother and less noticeable. Prevents signs of aging.

This RSS feed URL is deprecated

DIY make up! Australian brands release new cosmetics that let you create your own shade of lipstick and foundation ...

DIY make up! Australian brands release new cosmetics that let you create your own shade of lipstick and foundation ... Today more than ever women are steering clear of the 'one-size-fits-all' approach to lifestyle products, and supporting companies who tailor to unique body types, skin tones and tastes. So it stands to reason that the colours we put on our face should

Japan, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and Seven Other Countries Sign Trans-Pacific Free Trade Deal

Japan, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and Seven Other Countries Sign Trans-Pacific Free Trade Deal The 11 member countries will be helping their companies take advantage of the expanded market access for their products, including agricultural produce such as meat, grains and processed food, fish and seafood, lumber, automotive parts, chemicals and

Bod Australia gains approval to commence importing medicinal cannabis oil

Bod Australia gains approval to commence importing medicinal cannabis oil Cosmetics and natural medicines company Bod Australia (ASX: BDA) has added another piece to its puzzle towards commencing production of medicinal cannabis-based products in Australia. According to Bod Australia, the company is “currently finalising an

The Boldness in Business awards: nominees and judges

The Boldness in Business awards: nominees and judges Corporate responsibility/environment. LanzaTech. The US biotech company uses microbes to produce ethanol fuel from industrial waste byproducts such as carbon monoxide and agricultural and forest waste. The process reduces carbon emissions as well as

The week in Small Caps: Bubs Australia's China expansion, AdAlta progresses battle with fibrosis, TerraCom on hot ...

Australian stock indices did well across the board this week with both the larger ASX 200 and small ordinaries indices making healthy gains.

The ASX 200 was marginally up to 6,045 and maintained its seemingly unassailable 6,000 support level.

Meanwhile, the small cap ordinaries index continued its climb that has seen the index add 22% over the past year with a further 1.17% added this past week to close at 2,853.

The small cap index is pushing up towards level last seen in 2011 with upbeat demand in resource niches such as coal and lithium helping the likes of TerraCom and Six Sigma Metals to make strong gains this week.

Outside of Australia’s traditional resource safe haven, there was other notable news out this week regarding the world’s fastest-growing sport coming to Melbourne for the first time in history in a few months time.

With eSports companies like Esports Mogul riding the wave of online gaming growth.

Small cap action