Lifestyle

Products for the savvy shopper

UNLESS you shop quite frequently, it is difficult to keep up with the new and exciting products that are launched every day.

To keep you up to date, here are a few of the latest innovations to hit the market.

Yoga Pets: The collection of reading glasses cases, coasters, book marks, mugs and mobile phone covers, that feature fun images of flexible, yoga-loving animals, is now available in Australia.

The range was originally inspired by a two-year-old English Bull Terrier, named Otis, who loved to watch his owner, Joy practise yoga.

Otis began to imitate Joy with simple poses and as time progressed, Otis began to pick up the more complex poses. The heart-warming and humourous pictures of pets practicing yoga is sure to put a smile on any animal admirer’s face.

For stockist information, visit www.splosh.com.au.

Active Air: Using the latest in science and technology dusk Active Air will change the way you eliminate odours and improve your indoor air quality.

Exclusive to dusk, Active Air launches two new products to the existing collection of candles, beads, gems, car fresheners and air infusers.

Revolutionary New Active Air Gel Pads ensure a mess free way to keep away reoccurring odours, great for pets, bins and storage spaces.

Tansform your rooms with versatile Active Air Vacuum Beads that release active fragrance while you vacuum. Or you can sprinkle them in your kitty litter trays, ash trays, drawers, cupboards and wardrobes and make unwanted smells disappear.

Perfect for targeting areas with low air movement and designed to work best in the bedroom, bathroom and toilet.
The Active Air range is available at dusk stores or visit http://www.dusk.com.au  for more information.

The Body Shop’s Honey Bronze make-up range: Enjoy a natural bronzed and glowing complexion with The Body Shop’s new Honey Bronze make-up range.

This collection is infused with honey, one of nature’s most powerful moisturisers. Enjoy a golden, glowing and moisturised appearance as the honey within each product works to smooth and soften the skin, for an even application and a silky finish.

Discover the entire collection - Honey Bronze Shimmering Dry Oil , Brilliance Powder , Bronzing Gel For
Face, Lip Nectar and Bronzing Powder.

These products are ideal for a subtle hint of colour, or can be used for a deeper golden-brown appearance.

Each product contains Community Fair Trade honey from Ethiopia and Community Fair Trade beeswax from Cameroon.

Additional Community Fair Trade ingredients include organic aloe vera from Guatemala, brazil nut oil from Peru and marula oil from Namibia.

The Honey Bronze range will be available at The Body Shop from June 30. For more information, visit www.thebodyshop.com.au

Topics:  health, lifestyle, yoga


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