From multi-functional and multitasking baby docking stations to the 4WD of prams, shop smart for your new (or impending) arrival with our roundup of the best baby brands every new mum should know about because let’s face it, you’re going to need the accessories that will help make your job as a mum that little bit easier.
The new mum in your group will love receiving the Gro-To Little Squirts pack, not only because her little one will have some cute-as products and an even cuter zippy pouch, but your friend will get a nice little treat in the form of a sheet mask, too. Everyone wins!
Discussing those difficulties and sharing coping strategies feels like a pretty important way to circumvent the gnarliest aspects of parenthood. Enter Grace, a new glossy mag from upmarket mummy site The Grace Tales, which features Zoë Foster Blake and her cherubic bubs on the front cover.
We’re doing things a little bit differently here at The Beauty Diary this week, as we’re chatting about a topic I have little experience in — kids. Despite having none of my own sprogs running around, I completely understand that taking care of your little one’s skincare needs is just as important as your own (if not more so). So, when Australian beauty queen Zoe Foster-Blake launched a range of beauty products designed especially for the mini humans of the world, we paid attention.
Lovers of Zoë Foster Blake’s cult skincare brand, Go-To: we have some excellent news for you. She’s recently launched Gro-To Skin Care - an extension of her beloved line that’s crafted for little ones, with the same ethos and efficacy of the products we already use and love. We chatted with Zoë about the epiphany that motivated Gro-To, her nerves about launching a children’s line, and how the beauty industry has evolved massively over the past few years.
There's not much Zoë Foster Blake can't do. She ruled the glossies when she was Cosmopolitan's beauty editor and penned a bunch of fiction novels — one, The Wrong Girl, went on to become an awesome TV series that needs another season in our opinion. She wrote about love and dating, then turned it into the ultimate breakup app; and gave kids a taste of her brand of fun with a book all about farts. Throw in a couple of adorable children with her husband Hamish Blake and you'd think that would be enough success for one lifetime. Not exactly. Zoë also found time to create Go-To Skincare.
Following the recent launch in early September of her newest venture, Gro-To, a skincare brand for kids, Vogue spoke to the beauty entrepreneur about the line, its cult big sister beauty brand Go-To, her inspiring advice for up-and-coming beauty bosses and how her tolerance for caffeine has been one of the secrets to her success.
In September, beauty entrepreneur and Australia’s best friend Zoe Foster Blake launched her firstkids skincare range Gro-To.
Having dominated bathroom cabinet shelves with her cult, peach coloured Go-To skincare products and their more masculine counterparts Bro-To, the mum-of-two saw a need for cute, uncomplicated kids skin and body products that are just as bright and fun as everything else in their worlds.
Zoë Foster Blake, founder of popular Go-To skincare range, has just come up with another amazing idea, and this one is even more adorable – Gro-To, a selection of easy-to-use products especially for kids, that will appeal to their sense of fun as much as it will care for their skin.