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Winter beauty

22 August 2022
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1. Dose & Co’s Vanilla Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer; 2. Naked Sundays SPF 50+ Hydrating Glow Mist; 3. Kosas Wet Lip Oil Gloss; 4. Bondi Sand’s Buff’n Polish Gentle Chemical Exfoliant; 5. Kerastase’s Elixir Ultime Original Hair Oil; 6. Fenty Beauty’s Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Blush; 7. Frank Body’s Rewind Retinol Serum; 8. Heimish’s All Clean Balm; 9. Sunday Riley’s Ice Ceramide Moisturising Cream; 10. Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask

From balms and blushes to masks and mists: a curated list of winter beauty favourites. Compiled by Hannah Brown

Morning ritual 

If a morning coffee can benefit your skin and nails sign me up with Dose & Co’s line of collagen creamers. Just mix in a scoop of your favourite, mine is the Vanilla Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer ($50) featuring healthy fats from coconut milk, 10 grams of collagen per serve and creamy vanilla extract – which tastes great in lattes!  

Sunny outlook 

Just because its winter doesn’t mean you should slack on protecting your skin from the sun’s damaging rays, and on-the-go sunscreen application is a whole lot easier with Naked Sundays SPF 50+ Hydrating Glow Mist ($43) made to be used as an SPF top up that layers onto makeup perfectly.

Lippy love 

Makeup with skincare benefits? Yes please! Kosas Wet Lip Oil Gloss ($37) is a lip treatment that will combat the cold chill’s drying effect with hyaluronic acid, peptides and evening primrose all while adding a pigmented glossy colour.  

Feeling fresh 

For skin needing some TLC an overnight treatment revealing new brighter skin is Bondi Sand’s Buff’n Polish Gentle Chemical Exfoliant ($23). Combining AHA and PHA to purify and smooth the skin, this is a winter must-have for revealing your best and most smooth skin. 


For hair feeling lacklustre, Kerastase’s Elixir Ultime Original Hair Oil ($66) combines four strengthening oils that will give you back that shine while offering deep nutrition and heat protection that won’t way down your locks. 

Blush crush 

On those days where you want to bring a bit of life and colour to your face, Fenty Beauty’s Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Blush ($40) is a creamy formula that looks beautiful whether you are glammed up or having a less-is-more makeup day. My favourites are Petal Poppin and Strawberry Drip. 

Reverse the clock 

For retinol newbies or for something a little gentler Frank Body’s Rewind Retinol Serum ($32) is the perfect pairing – combining 1% encapsulated retinol (which is slow releasing) with anti-inflammatory Vitamin B3, rewinding the clock on skin aging has never been easier. 

Double trouble 

If you haven’t hopped onto the double cleansing bandwagon, here’s your sign to start with Korean beauty brand Heimish’s All Clean Balm ($27). Infused with coconut extract and shea butter, this balm melts away makeup and pollution from the day while moisturising the skin.  

Hydrating harmony 

For ultimate hydration Sunday Riley’s Ice Ceramide Moisturising Cream ($111) is a heaven-sent cream rich in ceramides and antioxidants which will strengthen your skin barrier and give you that deeply hydrated glow. 


New Zealand cult-favourite Antipodes delivers yet again with its Aura Manuka Honey Mask ($50). It’s a unique product both hydrating and great at healing any pesky breakouts. The hero ingredient is Manuka honey, which was a traditional remedy of Māori people due to its antibacterial and hydrating properties, and with this product I can see why. 

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