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Sustainable skin care solutions for all

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The importance of catering to all skin types and preferences

Meet the Australian made, vegan-friendly, and cruelty-free skin care brand that has been making waves in the beauty industry.

What sets Mary Grace Beauty apart from other brands is their commitment to using only the best, natural ingredients that are both effective and kind to the skin. The products are free from harmful chemicals, parabens, sulfates, and other nasties that can cause skin irritation and damage.

Their product range includes a wide variety of skincare and makeup products that cater to all skin types and preferences. From hydrating facial mists to nourishing serums, their skincare range is a must-try for anyone looking for gentle, effective products that work wonders for the skin. And for makeup lovers, their range of lipsticks, blushes, and eyeshadows are all you need to create a flawless, natural look.

What’s more, Mary Grace Beauty’s products have received numerous five-star customer reviews and accolades from various industry experts. They have been recognized by The Beauty Shortlist, Clean + Conscious Awards, Australian Non-Toxic Awards, and SHE-com Awards, among others. This is a testament to the brand’s dedication to creating high-quality, ethical products that deliver excellent results.

So, whether you are looking for natural skincare or makeup products that are ethical and effective, Mary Grace Beauty is a brand you can trust. With their wide range of products, commitment to using only natural, gentle ingredients, and dedication to giving back to the community, this brand is truly a gem in the beauty industry.

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The UN is voting on a ceasefire resolution for the Israel-Hamas conflict

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The U.S. has emphasised the need for humanitarian aid and the release of hostages as key components of the ceasefire plan​.

On this episode of Hot Shots – UN Security Council close in on ceasefire deal in Hamas-Gaza, France’s snap election is dominated by far-right, Italy tightens its anti-tourism rules and Apple finally unveils its AI technology.

Ticker’s Ahron Young & Veronica Dudo discuss. #featured #trending

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The business of art: the duo pioneering new paths in design

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A look behind the scenes with one of Australia’s most renowned artistic teams.

In The Driver’s Seat shines a light on unconventional success stories. Each episode takes viewers on a journey into the lives of industry leaders, trailblazers, and entrepreneurs who have carved their own unique paths to success. Join Penny as she navigates the roads less travelled with the visionaries shaping the future.

Hosted by Penny Lane, Founder and CEO The Perfect Cosmetics Company. 

In this episode, Penny is joined by artist David Bromley and designer, Yuge Bromley. #in the driver’s seat

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A CEO’s vision for leadership, inclusivity and innovation

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In conversation with the newly appointed CEO of Home Equity Bank exploring her vision for inclusion.

In The Driver’s Seat shines a light on unconventional success stories. Each episode takes viewers on a journey into the lives of industry leaders, trailblazers, and entrepreneurs who have carved their own unique paths to success. Join Penny as she navigates the roads less travelled with the visionaries shaping the future.

Hosted by Penny Lane, Founder and CEO The Perfect Cosmetics Company. 

In this episode, Penny is joined by Katherine Dudtschak, newly appointed CEO and President of Home Equity Bank Canada. #in the driver’s seat.

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