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    I use Babor and my sister uses their sensitive skin range which she loves, I think you can only get it from beauty therapists in Australia but can buy it on line quite easily

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    Excellent! Lots of ideas to try. I'm do tired of trying random products that aren't quite right.

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    Hi all,

    www.hugabunny.com.au is a great one stop shop for cosmetics and beauty products that are cruelty free. All brands on hugabunny have Choose Cruelty Free (CCF) accreditation and/or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) approval.

    Some brands featured on hugabunny are: Adorn; Earth & Body; Sorbet; Living Nature; Simplicite; Cosima; Peachface; Ayana and many more!


 

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