From your inside to your outsides, and the world around us... We're all about being happy, healthy, and just a little bit cheeky.
Can your mood really affect your skin?
The answer - we believe - is a big, fat YES.
(And vice-versa too… your skin can affect your mood big time! We’ve both had our fair share of skin battles Aaron’s eczema and Phoebe’s acne - so we’re all over this one.)
WHOA. Being a teenager in the 70, 80s and 90s was way more straightforward than today (anyone remember trying to keep your Tamagotchi alive!?). Teens and tweens are being bombarded by unrealistic images of perfection thanks to social media and, er, Kylie Jenner and have become slaves to their screens.
It’s with an *immense* amount of happiness and a few sighs of relief that today we can announce that the new Happy Shed is OPEN! Woohooooooo.
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind as we finished renovating and moved into the brand new, bigger, snazzier, custom-built Happy Shed.
The face oil versus face cream debate is as old as the hills but when you’re seeking complexion perfection, you can be forgiven for feeling a wee bit confused. Let’s dive in and shed some light on the benefits of each. We’ll get you well on your way to deciding which one is right for your skin.
The time has come, Happy friends, to let you in on what we've been working on in the lab for the past couple of months! In between renovating the new Happy Shed (yup, we're moving in September!) and making all of your long-time favourites, our talented formulator Aaron has created the moisturiser of many of your dreams.
Today we’re going to give you an insight into the cosmetic world from a formulators view. We are going to lift the lid on a famous internet headline and put it through some myth busting questions….. "Our Skin Absorbs 60-70% of everything we put on it!"
Do you always get pimples on your chin? Or maybe acne always seems to crop up on your cheeks and your t-zone? Your breakouts might be trying to tell you something!
The words ‘sensitive’ and ‘sensitised’ are often used interchangeably when it comes to your skin. But did you know that they’re not the same?
Sensitive skin is often a condition you’re born with. That means your pesky genetics may predispose you to rosacea, eczema, dry skin, allergies and so forth (darn!).