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Pure oils aid your skin in healing and reducing inflammation, as it deposits healthy essential fatty acids into the skin and supports your skin's natural barrier, also know as the acid mantel.

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I created Go-To because I knew how baffled Aussie women were by skin care. They just wanted simple, effective stuff that gave them good skin, but found most products intimidating and confusing.

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Go-To's Face Hero is such a dream when my skin is in dire need of hydration and revival. I like to use it after long shoot days, when foundation has just sapped the moisture out of my skin

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This unassuming cleanser is the jewel in Go-To's crown. The foam is crazy-soft and smells like expensive lollies. (Plus, it works.) Try it once and you'll be hooked.

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Zoe Foster-Blake is beauty royalty, in my opinion. I admit, I may have been slightly persuaded Go-To was the bomb.com when it landed on my desk accompanied by a giant Toblerone, but this face cream is actually the business.

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After growing tired of searching for products on the market she couldn't find, Zoe Foster-Blake put down the pen, picked up the test tube and launched her very own skincare brand, Go-To.

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With access to the world's leading experts, attending new product launches every single day, there's no one that knows beauty trends, products, treatments, ingredients and what really bloody works better than a beauty editor.

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I'd read about the beauty benefits of swapping your standard cotton pillowcase for a fancy looking silk one and scoffed. Then I got a Go-To Skincare Face Case, $65, and I'm completely converted.

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Zoe Foster Blake's CV is varied and oh-so-impressive. Beauty editor gigs at the country's top mastheads books - one of which was made into a TV series - an app and, of course, a hugely successful beauty line

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