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Angela Bunt

Lifestyle Writer

Oct 08, 2020

I recently tested some products from three companies – Australian Cosmetics Company (TACC) Goats Milk Collection,  the perennial hair care favourite Marc Daniels and British favourite Yardley London.


Australian Cosmetics Company (TACC) recently launched their new Goat’s Milk Collection. The initial collection includes hand cream, luxury body wash, moisturising body cream and luxury bath soap in understated fragrances of Paw Paw, Kakadu Plum, Finger Lime, Lavender and Wildflower.

Goat’s milk is one of nature’s super ingredients and is full of vitamins and proteins which help replenish moisture. The products are locally made and can be used by all skin types even those with sensitive or suffering from skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis. I tested two of the hand creams, Wild Flower and Lavender.

The hand creams are gentle enough to be applied to any part of the body where there is dry skin.

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Marc Daniels is a well-known Australian made and owned haircare collection enriched with active ingredients to target specific hair problems – Argan Oil to replenish moisture, Keratin for zero frizz and the Lush Luminous Blonde products. Being a blonde I tested the Lush Luminous Blonde products which contain Blue Cypress Oil to neutralise brassy yellow tones in blonde or colour-treated hair.

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Yardley London is a brand that has stood the test of time, with its British heritage and expertise in creating fragrances with quality ingredients for generations of women. I tested the Freesia and Bergamot moisturising body mist which has a refreshing, light citrus floral fragrance. It is long-lasting, quick-drying and non-staining and contains sweet almond oil, grapeseed oil, glycerin and vitamin E. It’s paraben and cruelty free and suitable for vegans.


By Angela Bunt

Lifestyle Writer

Angela Bunt is a lifestyle writer for The Carousel. She is also a Sydney-based interior decorator. Angela is a colour specialist and provides colour and styling workshops and full interior decorating and home styling services. Her website is https://www.angelabuntcreative.com/


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