Your guide to the best new products
Berlie Goes For Gold
Berlie gets the gold for introducing the world?s first virtually stitch-free bra collection. It is what we women have always wanted?an invisible bra! Designed in Australia, (yeah!), Berlie have answered women?s prayers with its innovative, shape enhancing and comfortable bra that apparently feels something like a ?second skin.? No prizes for guessing what most Australian women will be out purchasing themselves to wear under frocks in the silly season. Go Berlie?and thankyou.
Nivea Hand Hydro-Balance Lotion
It is a seemingly impossible task to get right-the non-greasy hand cream. Every now and then, however someone happens to do that. Nivea is the one who has got it right this time. Their new Hydro-Balance Lotion works on hands by helping to increase the natural moisture content. And the result? Soft, smooth, silky and (thank you Nivea) non-greasy hands. It is full of all the good things: Aloe Vera, Vitamin E and Provitamin B5 and hands seem to repair themselves from the everyday grind when used regularly.
The Face of Australia
While we?re harping on about Australia and let?s face it how can we avoid talking about its sun, The Face of Australia?s SPF 30+ Sun Gel is probably the way to go. It is feather light, clear and easily absorbed. It doesn?t leave any residue on your hands because of its clean and fresh texture. What?s more, this product is super great for those of us with oily complexions or for the majorly physical types. The gel is cooling and gives dual protection against those great Australian rays. And for a tiny $5.95, you can?t go wrong!
Shop of the week
Good, golly gosh! We love a new shop. If you?re a Sydney local or in Sydney for the holidays, don?t miss out on one of the hottest new lifestyle destinations. We can?t get enough of Gosh, (yes, that is it?s name). This pink palace full of all things divine is a girls dream haven. We love the beautiful East meets West butterfly cards, flowing dresses, you name it ? Gosh seems to have it. Open to the public from the 16th of December. 2/303 Darling Street, Balmain.