• Beauty,  Fashion

    Personalisation: The future of fashion and beauty

    By Kaveena Anantha-Siva | UNSW FABSOC We’ve all seen those quizzes you take online to determine which shampoo is best for your hair, or which skincare product works well with your skin. From customised products to curated individual recommendations, personalisation is the way certain products or services are tailored to match individual consumer needs and preferences. This trend gained momentum…

  • Philanthropy,  Self Care

    Quarantine SOS: Self-Care Tips in Lockdown

    By Kaveena Anantha-Siva | UNSW FABSOC Are you reading this in your bed? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Social distancing is hard. Not only are you not to leave the house (umm…bubble tea fix hello??), but you’re expected to maintain motivation and stay productive, because even a world crisis can’t stop trimesters. However, your time in isolation doesn’t have to…

  • Beauty,  Skincare

    Your facial cleanser’s pH level: why does it matter?

    By Gladys Yeo | UNSW FABSOC With the rise of exciting new skincare trends (cute sheet masks, chemical exfoliants, and…face rollers?) what you use to wash your face might just be the least thrilling part of your daily skincare ritual. Unfortunately, dropping all those coins to build your 10-step skincare routine isn’t all there is to achieving that perfect, dewy,…

  • Beauty,  Skincare

    Ingredient Focus: Hyaluronic Acid

    By Alyssa Cimino | UNSW FABSOC When you’re trying to achieve hydrated and dewy skin, the first thing that might come to your mind is: moisturise, moisturise, moisturise! Whilst moisturiser is an essential part of any skincare routine, using products that contain hyaluronic acid can make a huge difference in maintaining glowy skin that is full of hydration. What is…