Australian Beauty Best-sellers: Natio

Fruity has had a re-design! I think we can all agree it was about time, although I will obviously be hurt if you do agree.

Clearly the look and feel is now very lovely, but my favourite part is definitely the walloping great ‘Search’ box perched up there at the top of the page. Now you can simply type in ‘dry shampoo’ and wizzle all related posts (from back as far as 2006 when I was the gloriously Supre-adorned beauty director of Cosmopolitan) instantly. What fun!

Me back then. I KNOW. I know. Shoosh.

Zoe Cosmo 2006

Anyway, have a play, why don’t you! Comment like a loon, read like a crazed fool, and try not to notice if some images don’t quite show up cause that’s my fault, not my fantastic and endlessly patient designer/developers at Fly Digital. Oh and of course, if you haven’t already, subscribe via that link under the words Fruity In Your Inbox to the right.

Re-design aside, it’s back to best-sellers, because I am a perve, and like to know what you guy like to spend all that cash you earn at the ice cream parlour on.

This week it’s Natio, that lovely, reliable, well-priced range we’ve all been buying at the chemist since high school, and which continues to evolve and delight Australian and New Zealand women (not sure about the babes in Old Zealand) year upon year.

And their best seller across all categories?

The humble Natio Moisturising Lip Balm SPF 30+ which will set you back a teeny tiny, nothingy $4.95. I wrote on my current lip saviours last week, and you rascals are very vocal about those you like and don’t like, which I appreciate, because frankly, a dame who cares not about lip balm is not welcome here. I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I take that back, you’re ALL welcome, even you with the red onion breath, please, please come in, pull up a crate, help yourself to the Fanta.


Natio lip balm SPF 30

Anyway. I’ve definitely bought a few of these tubes over the years, and judging by its stats, you probably have too.

Me? I’m personally more of a fan of their rosehip oil, which as well as costing less than a Salt n Pepa CD (we are in 1993, yeah?), has Vitamin C in it, which as an antioxidant, is crucial for keeping the rosehip oil from going rancid, and thus actually doing its job properly on your skin. (Big, nay, main reason why I like the Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant + rosehip oil.)

Have a fun weekend!

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