If you're the pondering type, you might have noticed that our logo resembles traditional Australian Aboriginal symbols. That's because our personal Aboriginal heritage has been the inspiration behind Woohoo.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a pretty fancy name, but to put it simply it’s really just a large sugar molecule (i.e. a natural polysaccharide) that looks a bit gooey and sticky. It plays a really important role in moisturising your skin, keeping it healthy and hydrated.
Phoebe here! Today’s email is a bit of a cathartic outpouring from me - I’m not quite sure whether I’ve written it for you or for me, but I hope it helps both of us, even if it’s in some small way. The thing is - this year I’ve lost some of my mojo and here's my action plan to get it back.
Getting our new conditioner ready for you has been at the very top of our “To Do” list, and we think we’ve just about nailed the perfect formula. In fact, we think we could’ve nailed the perfect formula TWICE. And we need your help deciding which one is best!
There are a select few ingredients in the skincare world that have cult status. They’ve transcended the fads and seasonal trends and are now the cornerstones of many skincare routines (maybe even yours!). One of these classics is Vitamin C.
If you’re wondering why everyone has been carrying on about plastic lately, we’re here to let you in on the secret. It’s because it’s Plastic Free July - the perfect time to do a little check and see if there are any ways you could reduce the amount of single use plastic in your life.
If you’ve ever researched or purchased a skincare product that’s targeted at “anti-ageing”1you’ve probably heard the words “skin renewal” bandied about. It sounds impressive, so surely a product with skin renewal benefits is good, right? Well, yes, it usually is. But not always.
Years ago, if someone told you to smear oil all over your face, you would have looked at them in horror. But sometime over the past few years, face oils have managed to shrug off their bad rap as pore-clogging, acne-causing “don'ts” to being recognised as an instant way to get fresh, dewy skin.
The cosmetics industry is far from perfect, and (according to us), packaging is its biggest shortcoming. The unfortunate truth though is that there’s no perfect cosmetic packaging out there for skincare products like ours, and regardless of the packaging we use we’re always going to have an impact on the Earth. It’s just up to us to minimise that impact.
Up till now I’ve played it safe with my skincare experiments but this time I'm doing something completely out of my comfort zone… microneedling! Microneedling promises to create collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars, and improves the overall texture of your skin. But does it live up to the hype?