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There hasn’t been much to celebrate this year but a new launch from our favourite wizards at Go-To Skincare is definitely one such occasion. The new launch is a body lotion called ‘Skin Party’ and this is most definitely one party we’re completely here for.

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In case you missed it (where've ya been?), Go-To just announced the newest addition to its growing skin-friendly family. She's called 'Skin Party' and she's quite possibly the only kinda party you'll experience in 2020.

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This has a WILD amount of botanical oils in it. You’re really getting bang for your buck with this one in terms of how much plant juice you can cram into a vial.

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Whether it's donating a percentage of profits to charity, supporting local businesses or prioritising the environment, there is an impressive collection of beauty brands that give back to Australian communities — and beauty buyers are paying close attention.

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This is a bit of a skincare investment but so worth your money! It melts off your makeup so easily—even stubborn mascara.

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Created by ex-beauty editor and author, Zoe Foster Blake, this brand was born out the confusion and frustration felt by Foster Blake towards skincare products on the market.

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Not only is this silk pillowcase from skincare brand Go-To super reasonably priced, but it's also v cute. The cheeky little monogram in the corner ("Hi, cute face") is more than enough to seal the deal IMHO.

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"Go-To is one of my favourite-ever Aussie beauty brands. One product that is definitely a must for winter is the Transformazing face mask. Deeply hydrating, packed with antioxidants and vitamin C (as well of lots of other great stuff), this product makes my face feel soft, bright and rehydrated."

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Zoë Foster Blake is a bit of a cult hero. She’s accumulated the kind of intimate trust you have with your best friends, initially as the funny and brutally honest beauty director of Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar magazines in her twenties

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