Hair & Beauty

Switch Your Skincare To Something Local With This New Aussie-Made Clean Beauty Brand

By Sammy Preston
4th Sep 2020

Bottles from the Ava Society skincare range.

A-beauty has had the skincare world buzzing for the last couple of years. While us Aussies have typically turned overseas for top-notch beauty fixes—this rising-star category is centred on the healing and restorative properties of Australian native ingredients, in a simple, no-fuss and typically clean and conscious style.

While you might know some of the heavy hitters in the A-beauty realm—Frank Body, Sand & Sky, Lano, Kester Black and Aesop spring to mind—there’s a brand new player in the mix that needs to be on your radar. AVA SOCIETY is the latest ethical and considered skincare line to join the Australian brands switching up the skincare game.

AVA SOCIETY ticks all the boxes, being vegan-friendly, cruelty-free, paraben and sulphate-free, and 100% natural, but we love that it's also totally user friendly too. Select your skin concern, like enlarged pores, rosacea and redness, acne, dryness or pigmentation, and AVA SOCIETY will suggest a tailored regimen to bring your skin back to its best.  

There are currently two cleansers, two moisturisers, two masks and three serums in the AVA SOCIETY range—our favourites have to be the anti-redness cream cleanser, made with jacaranda, elderflower and milk thistle, and the avocado-infused nourishing serum, made with vitamin C-rich seabuckthorn, chia seed oil and, as the name hints, avocado oil. 

And as well as their standout serums, cleansers and creams, AVA SOCIETY also donates a portion of profits to the Stars Foundation, a charity that supports young First Nations women to attend school, complete Year 12 and move into full-time work or study.

Aussie beauty labels really do outshine the rest—and AVA SOCIETY is a great new homegrown range that will totally transform your skin. Shop here

While you're here, check out this sweet range of sustainable swimwear that's designed for springtime camping. 

Image credit: AVA SOCIETY

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