We hope you have had a phenomenal break over Christmas and New Years and managed to get some R&R amidst the craziness. If you’re still holidaying – keep relaxing you lucky duck!
We’ve been back for a week now and we’re itching to get 2016 pumping.
We even ventured down to Officeworks and got a big planning whiteboard so we can get all our ideas and thoughts in one spot. Very grown up of us we know
Last year we put together a not-so-little list of new products that you’ve been asking for, but we we’re always looking out for more ideas and suggestions, so we make sure we sink our teeth into the right products.
The top 4 products we’ve shortlisted on our shiny new white board are:
As usual, we’ll be looking for human hamsters to help us trial our latest and greatest creations. If you think you fit the bill, then keep reading our weekly newsletter because we’ll be asking for volunteers when each product is ready for its first public appearance.
Is there anything hot on your wish list that you’d like Happy Skincare to try and create?
If yes then comment below and let us know!
(We’re going to be using special tubes with an enzyme in the plastic that makes it biodegradabale – extremely cool stuff).
If you’re really hanging out and can’t wait any longer to try our new rich moisturising cream, we have some 20g jars available here.
We’ve been getting some fabulicious feedback so far from everyone who jumped in early and nabbed themselves a preview jar. If you’ve tried it and loved it, we’d be so grateful if you popped over to the website to write a review
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I *used* to think that someone who runs a skincare company isn’t meant to get massive breakouts. I felt super self-conscious of my skin. It felt like everyone I bumped into was staring at my blemishes thinking “Gosh, her skin is shocking”. But you know what? I’ve changed my mind.
Unfortunately we can’t control the damage caused by external aggressors (like wind, UV rays and pollution), but we can make conscious choices about the products we choose to slather on our strands. Here are just a few reasons why making the switch to natural might be the best treat you can give your cheesed-off tresses – and your conscience.