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Summer has well and truly reached the shores of Melbourne and the rest of Australia, bringing with it lots of time outdoors, trips to the beach, swimming, long nights and lots of festivities. These activities do wonders to your body and mind, but when it comes to your skin, they can really throw it out of whack.

Over the summer period, warmer and dryer temperatures, higher UV rays, chlorine, sweating and possible sleep-deprivation will completely change the essentials that your skin requires to stay hydrated, glowy and feeling fresh.

We have put together our top three essential skincare items for summer to ensure you can enjoy the summer weather without worrying about your skin.


The warmer and dryer summer weather can really dry out your hands and feet. Our Rose and Shea Hand Cream applied every night before bed works wonderfully to repair damage and keep your hands supple all day.

The bonus of this hand cream is that it is made using carrot oil, which is famous for reducing  the damage caused by UV rays.


Nothing beats that fresh feeling after a cool shower on a hot summer’s day. Use our Grapefruit and Seaweed Revitalising Body Cleanser, which will wash your body while giving it hydration and a gorgeous glow. It’s made with sweet orange and grapefruit, a powerhouse combination which will relieve inflammation and balance oily skin.


If your skin is feeling dry and dehydrated, it might be trying to tell you it’s craving some moisture. Apply our Ultra Rich Body Cream for nourishment and hydrated. It’s made with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that infuse the skin with hydration, protecting and softening the skin at the same time.

Grab these products from our online story and we promise you, your skin will thank you for it.

Lyndall Mitchell

Author Lyndall Mitchell

Lyndall is an author, wellness entrepreneur, and accredited coach who thrives in seeing her clients benefit from her wellness philosophies. She is also founder of the Aurora Spa and ASPAR product Group, Australia’s pioneering, award-winning urban spa organisation andco-owner of The Essentialists, her partnership with Shannah Kennedy that provide a Masterclass of life and wellness skills to the corporate market.

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