#SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds
Built by parents, for parents to share pregnancy & childhood pics with your family and easily record baby’s milestones. Loved ones receive daily email updates – no smartphone needed. Founded by Eddie Geller, Stephen O’Young and Sarah-Jane Kurtini in Sydney in 2012, the app is a safer way for parents to share photos and videos with family and friends privately. You can invite as many people as you like to share your baby pics and receive unlimited free storage for all of your photos, videos, milestones and notes. Perfect for parents and mums-to-be! Check them out here!
The Korean skincare line Haruharu, recently launched in Australia, has announced their new WONDER Range, that literally fits into our lives (and hands) as easy as reusable coffee cups. Similar to how the options of a cappuccino, latte or espresso gives you a custom coffee hit relevant to your personal taste, the WONDER range by Haruharu consists of four different products, giving you a custom shot of skincare goodness.
Haruharu provides everyday skincare solutions with their WONDER skincare line that is as unique as the packaging it comes in. Created using mature and fermented ingredients, the WONDER range uses extraordinary and powerful ingredients derived from Mother Nature herself. The naturally fermented skincare line is 95% natural, cruelty free, paraben free, chemical free and contains no artificial fragrances or colours. With a vegan friendly option, the ground-breaking range is made in Korea and the exclusive packaging is inspired from the convenience of reusable coffee cups. Dermatologist and skin irritation tested, the WONDER range will revolutionise your skincare regime by allowing the convenient skincare line to fit into your lifestyle as easy as your morning coffee does. Click here to check out the cute new range!
Created by Lisa Patuny, Call Time on Melanoma is a not-for-profit initiative to spread awareness on the importance of sun safety in women! Lisa decided to set up the Instagram account to share Natalie Fornasier’s inspiring story (Natalie was diagnosed with stage III melanoma at the age of 20, and again with stage IV at 24). Her goal is to drive change by reframing sun safety as self-care and creating a new social standard. The Instagram page shares statistics, facts, first-person stories and sunscreen recommendations, check it out here!
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