Garnier’s powerful Buy One, Plant One initiative is back for 2021, and will see up to 100,000 trees planted across Australia, restoring native habitats and reducing carbon emissions for years to come, as part of the leading beauty brand’s ‘Green Beauty’ commitment. For every Garnier product sold at Coles nationwide (both supermarkets and online) from 29 September to 2 November, Garnier will support the planting of one tree via Carbon Positive Australia*, an Australian charity committed to restoring degraded lands through ecologically sensitive planting. This year’s target of planting 100,000 trees is a significant increase from Garnier’s successful 2020 Buy One, Plant One initiative, which saw the brand plant 8,000 trees with Carbon Positive Australia, with the help of Australian consumers. For further information about Garnier’s Greener Beauty mission, visit



Hosted by CeraVe Ambassador and TV Presenter, Lauren Phillips, the CeraVe #SkinChat will uncover attitudes, habits and misconceptions when it comes to cleansing, while educating you on how best to cleanse your skin type and introducing you to the newest cleanser in the ceramide-infused CeraVe line up. Lauren Phillips will be joined by US Dermatologist and viral TikTokker, Dr. Muneeb Shah, Australian Dermatologist, Dr. Ryan De Cruz, CeraVe Brand Ambassador, Gemma Watts, and CeraVe Medical Communications Manager, Rachel McAdam.

The online live event is on Tuesday 5 October 2021 between 11-11:30am. Register your attendance here

For more information on CeraVe’s wonderful cleansing range, visit



Gisou, the honey-infused haircare brand championing sustainable bee-sourced ingredients, expands its global footprint with MECCA, the #1 beauty retail channel in Australia and New Zealand. After the success of the Middle East and the UK, Gisou are moving full speed ahead launching exclusively online and in Mecca stores.  Gisou was founded in 2015 by Dutch-Persian influencer, Negin Mirsalehi. After receiving thousands of inquiries about her shiny, voluminous curls via her online platforms (6M+ followers to date), Negin decided to share her homemade haircare secret with the world, now famously known as Gisou’s iconic hero product: The Honey Infused Hair Oil.

From growing up in her family’s Mirsalehi Bee Garden to working with ingredients from her father’s hives, Negin Mirsalehi’s knowledge of beekeeping and honey-based haircare stems from a passion deeply rooted in her Middle Eastern heritage. Inspired by Persian self-care practices, it was Negin’s mother, a hairdresser by trade, who introduced her daughter to the honey-infused formulas she still values today. Her mother’s kitchen was the birthplace of the highly sought-after haircare secret that sparked Negin’s journey from global influencer to beauty industry entrepreneur.

By harnessing the power of bee-sourced ingredients known for their conditioning and restorative properties, Negin proudly continues the six generation family legacy as an active beekeeper and founder of Gisou – sharing the powers of honey and propolis from the Mirsalehi Bee Garden through her range of eponymous haircare. Gisou has seen high demand for it’s products in both Australia and New Zealand from it’s local and loyal fan base.

The full Gisou range will be available online and in-store, including its cult best-sellers The Honey Infused Hair Oil, Hair Mask and Hair Perfume. Visit to buy or to find your nearest store.

About The Author

Katherine Ng

Katherine is not your typical Beauty Editor. Finance consultant by day and beauty and fashion addict at all other times, Katherine spends her hard-earned money helping the Australian and international economy with her never ending pursuit of everything pretty. A keen traveller, Katherine still holds dear her Melbourne roots with an overflowing wardrobe filled with black clothes, shoes and handbags. Katherine also has a deep love of food and wine, and you can find those adventures on instagram at @thegreedykat Email: Twitter: @kath_couturing Instagram: @kath_ng

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