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    AUSTRALIA NATURALS EMU OIL (2 oz Bottle) - BEST NATURAL OIL FOR FACE, SKIN, MUSCLES, HAIR AND NAILS.
    Beauty (Australia Naturals Inc)


    Australia Naturals Inc


    List Price: $12.95
    Price: $12.95
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    • Natural Emu oil,
    • Hypo-allergenic. gentle for all types
    • Penetrates quickly, non greasy, odorless. Can also be used for pets with skin disorders
    • Great for post facial treatments and can be used for dry skin, burns, sunburns, diaper rash, stretchmarks and many other skin conditions

    Organic All Natural Ultimate Wrinkle Eye Mask - Rose Fairy with Ovine Collagen & Caffeine (10 pcs/pk)
    Beauty (KK Cosmetics)


    KK Cosmetics


    List Price: $26.99
    Price: $26.99


    • Stimulates the natural fat-fighting enzyme, lipase, promote water elimination and firm tissues, decongesting to reduce puffiness, dark circles, fine lines and wrinkles around area of eyes.
    • Produced in Australia and only uses organic certified, all natural and no artifical ingredients. Not animal tested
    • Rose Fairy with Ovine Collagen & Caffeine contains Ovine Collagen, Caffeine Extract, Whitening C and Herbal Extracts to reduce puffiness and dark circles.
    • Renews moisture to reduce the look of fine lines & wrinkles around areas of eyes.
    • Specially formulated with CollTechTM Ovine Collagen, a world-first high quality Australian collagen sourced from veterinary certified TSE-free sheep of Australia.

Healthy, Green Friendly Mouthwashes

EHANS recommends the following mouthwashes that do not restrain alcohol, fluoride, artificial colors or sweeteners: Anarres Natural Sweetmeats Cane Mouthwash, Auromere Ayurvedic Mouthwash, Beauty with a Lead to Mouthwash, Jason Natural Cosmetics Tea Tree Oil

The Investment Case – British American Tobacco Plc

It took interests in businesses operating in sectors such as heart and paper, cosmetics, financial services and retailing. However, in 1989 with tobacco still succeeding strong, the company sold off all of its non-tobacco interests besides its financial

Off-the-beaten path Australia: Kangaroo Island

With help from the one's nearest, Dave can produce up to 20 tons of honey each year, which is purposes why there is such an array of products in the shop, from candles to cosmetics to candy to ice cream toppings and salad dressings.

Peanut company on the verge of selling land to sandalwood grower

Peanut company on the verge of selling land to sandalwood grower It's second-hand mainly for its oil, which is used in perfume, cosmetics, incense and aromatherapy, and the wood is also prized for carvings. Indian sandalwood is a parasitic factory, so commercial plantations require a host tree for the sandalwood to pull through.

The Moms Co. raises Rs 6.5 crore in series A funding

Three years into her research, she was joined by Mohit Sadaani, whose earlier stints included 7 years in McKinsey and a leadership role at Snapdeal as Head of Growth and Strategy.

Since their last fund raise 6 months ago, The Moms Co. has launched 2 product ranges for moms and moms-to-be, expanded their presence across most online marketplaces, even opening 2 stores in Delhi-NCR’s most premium maternity hospitals.

Today, the team counts over 5,000 moms as customers and is using this direct connect with moms for product feedback and to create their next ranges of Natural, Certified Toxin-Free products.

Commenting on the fundraising, Founder-CEO of The Moms Co., Malika Sadani said, “DSG and Saama are both seasoned investors in the consumer space. We are excited that they share our vision for The Moms Co. as a brand that truly helps Moms make safe, easy and natural choices with great quality products”

The team works with experts across India, Australia and Switzerland, and The Moms Co. is today India’s first Australian Certified Toxin-Free ™ brand, certified by the Safe Cosmetics Australia™, a Toxin-Free Campaign.

Is there rules about importing cosmetic products?

Is there some form of law preventing the export of completly natural (cosmetic) products from australia?
Umm the title says importing i actually ment exporting


I think the rules you have to contend with are from the importing country, like you have to list all the ingredients on the label, since some people are allergic to certain ingredients. The agent importing it from you would ask you for that. In addition,


I think the rules you have to contend with are from the importing country, like you have to list all the ingredients on the label, since some people are allergic to certain ingredients. The agent importing it from you would ask you for that. In addition,

Lanolin cream in Australia?

Is there such a thing as natural Lanolin cream to be used as hand cream, skin ointment?
The only "Lanolin cream" I'm come across are cosmetics stuffed with petro-chemicals.
Thanks.


You should be able to find pure lanolin in chemists, and it's excellent for dry lips as well as hands. For some reason it's not all that popular - there was a myth some years ago that it was carcinogenic, but that's been dispproved.

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You should be able to find pure lanolin in chemists, and it's excellent for dry lips as well as hands. For some reason it's not all that popular - there was a myth some years ago that it was carcinogenic, but that's been dispproved.

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the natural oil that is in sheep wool .. yes it is available... will try and find you a link later