It’s official: Australian Government passes bill to end animal testing for cosmetics

The Australian senate just passed a bill to effectively ban cosmetic testing on animals in Australia in a move that has been described as a ‘huge win’ for animals, consumers and science.

‘We are extremely proud to represent Gaylia Kristensen in the UK. It is against the law to test any cosmetics on animals in Australia. We really hope that the rest of the world enforces this type of law.’ Lloyd Baker

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Conde Nast Traveler - LONDON'S BEST FACIALS

Best for: A digital-strain antidote and total reset
What we say: If the massage is your favourite part of a facial, head straight to the Sofitel St James spa for a new treatment with a tension-dissolving focus. Renowned for her natural skincare, and with a fanbase including Irene Forte, Australian beauty expert Gaylia Kristensen is bringing a super-charged facial showcasing her hero products to the hotel until May.

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The Telegraph - STELLA MAGAZINE - UK

Deluxe Firming Cream, £169, Gaylia Kristensen I’ve just discovered this brand and am in love. Using natural yet powerful ingredients, this face cream gave me softer, firmer skin immediately.’ Marianne Jones, editor at Telegraph Stella Magazine

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'It’s a green beauty revolution!' - Article for UK Spa Association

Two decades ago there was very little information,” says Lloyd Baker, MD of Cozmetica, the sole UK distributor for prestigious spa brand GAYLIA KRISTENSEN, it’s USP being the combination of science with plant derived nature – Natural Molecular Cosmetics. Now, there are plenty of websites that provide a comprehensive database of “chemicalfree” ingredients and beauty products. Consumers are more aware of what is in the product and I think it’s the result of knowledgeable beauty journalists and their blogger counterparts. Consumers tend to move along the awareness spectrum, initially with food. They think about what they’re putting in their body, before starting to consider what they are putting on it”. 

Written by Lloyd Baker

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