#SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds.
Deodorants and antiperspirants, while often considered the same, have two very different functions. Deodorants are used to kill odour-causing bacteria, while antiperspirants control odour by inhibiting the apocrine glands from producing sweat. While many mass market options successfully achieve this through a range of questionable compounds, such as aluminium, parabens, triclosan, phthalates, and synthetic fragrances, many Australians are becoming increasingly conscious of the potential dangers these toxic ingredients pose and are instead opting for safer, more natural alternatives.
Advocates for natural and greener living, KIND-LY, has created a revolutionary armpit mask designed to detoxify the underarms from harmful pore-clogging toxins and chemicals, and assist the body in transitioning to a natural deodorant.
Made in Australia and formulated with 100% natural ingredients, the vegan and cruelty-free mask draws out nasty underarm impurities and clears skin while balancing pH levels and reducing body odour during the detoxification period. Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral, the mask eradicates unwanted bacterial strains and microbes that sit on the skin while nourishing the underarm with essential vitamins and minerals.
Set on the edge of the Brisbane River with stunning views of Brisbane City, ARC Dining and Wine Bar features a sophisticated, modern concept inspired by art and culture.
With a focus on providing high end yet approachable dishes, Head Chef Alanna Sapwell strives to create light and fresh food you feel good about, while making a conscience effort to support ethically raised animals and use as much as possible.
ARC’s wine list, curated by award winning Sommelier Ian Trinkle, focuses on natural, biodynamic wine, with a spotlight on artisanal producers who embrace sustainability and organically-driven practices with minimal intervention.
News Corp and Nova Entertainment will release the 10-part true crime podcast series Police Tape on Friday, 29th March. The series is created by NewsCast and hosted by Merrick Watts, who will speak with elite Australian police officers. The podcast is a collaboration between Merrick, The Daily Telegraph‘s Crime Editor Mark Morri, and Charles Miranda, crime author and True Crime Australia Editor.
Episodes will release weekly and be complemented by editorial coverage across print, web, social and radio.
Episode 1- What Really Happened To Michael Hutchence?
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