Organic skincare, fresh from Australia

Ever wondered why Aussies look so fresh and fit? Well, until now, they’ve had access to one of the finest organic wellbeing brands on the planet.

sasynsavy1Luckily, Sasy n Savy is now on sale in the UK. It’s more than just a beauty buzz; their lavender massage oil (£19.50) and floral spray (£19.50) are my secret weapons for a good night’s sleep. They tackle tension headaches and balance the body and mind all night, no matter what is bothering you.

Other best-sellers in the range include a rose/geranium cleanser (£22.50), an invigorating spearmint, lavender and sea salt foaming wash (also £22.50) and a day creme with SPF 15 protection (£33).

There are no harmful chemicals, colour or synthetic ingredients; the range follows the principle of Aussie life, making the most of nature and being kind to your environment.

Beyonce and Rachel Hunter love the brand so don’t just take our word for it – two ofsasynsavy2 the finest ladies in the world (who seem to define the laws of ageing) swear by this range. It’s vegan-friendly and created with care and attention to the needs of anyone who loves organic products.

Beyoncé’s a huge fan of shimmer lotions (£29.50), so get your Queen B on and strobe out this summer with this silky smooth and scented product.

The new packaging is gorgeous and very Clarins/Chanel-esque in our opinion. The hand and nail cream contains rose and lavender to soothe and settle frazzled fingers and toes and also provide a lovely scent.

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