DRUM ROLL please…
Let me introduce you to the newest pop up in the new classy Westfield Carindale,
an Australian owned, Australian made
Botanicals based cosmetics that you really should look out for!
and the WINNER of 2014 Natural Beauty Award by Nature & Health for their 3 in 1 Pumpkin Enzyme Facial Polish
The brand is based on active botanicals and non-toxic, safe cosmetics. Not only it is good for you, it is also good for the environment. Their mission is simple, work with what mother nature gives us. To look and feel good, it has to come from inside and outside, this is where Alexami is there to educate, empower and engage women in looking after themselves… simply.
For those of you who have followed for these years, you would know that my philosophy is around the same page. Of the fact that “one of the things that make one happy.. is clear skin” and my other one “makeup for everyday women should still be you, just better.” To not compromise on quality and to not have to pay overpriced quality products… are something I always look forward to.
This is a new concept boutique with all things eco friendly and amazingly designed wood cabinets and materials. Recycled and biodegradable materials were also used in their packaging and display stands. Hence the term …
If you happen to come by Westfield Carindale, do come by and check it out. There are some amazing specials going on at the moment during this holiday season.
I suggest starting with their skincare package deals
Basic Essentials Package
Or the ultimate essentials you need for your skin, which is
Ultimate Hydration Complete Package
At the moment, you can also get an extra free toner and free eva travel cosmetics pouch (which is super duper soft and amazing, to be honest with you).
Feel free to check out their website at www.alexami.com
Or email them directly at email@example.com
or visit the store at Westfield Carindale on level 1 (easiest way is to find The Coffee Club or Forever New and you would find the store).
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post – I do from time to time, post “what’s new in brisbane” topics