Gwyneth Paltrow is the queen of Christmas gift guideand every year her wellness brand Goop showcases the best wellness products you can buy leading up to the holiday season.
This year was no different as the actress and mother opted for one Number of travel essentialsSkincare, makeup and clothing items – many of which were either made in Australia or available Down Under.
First of all, the 51-year-old firmly believes in skin care giant Augustinus Bader and especially him $526 Retinol Serum.
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“Made with retinol to soften the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and Bader’s TFC8 complex to nourish and protect skin,” Gwyneth wrote of the wildly popular liquid gold.
It is available in both a 15 and 30 ml bottle So a little goes a long way, and you can test it out at MECCA in Australia.
Gwyneth is also a fan of staying fit into the new year The Fresh Foam X 1080v13 sneakers from New Balancethat are both breathable and supportive.
In an ode to true Australian fashion, Gwyneth added the Joslin brand to her Christmas wish list Anna wool quilted knit sweaterR and suitable Elizabeth wool quilted knit trousers This creates the perfect cozy stay-in-before New Year’s Eve outfit.
she recommends NuFace products For a “DIY microcurrent facial“, The Oslo puffer vest from The Upside And St. Moritz knitted crew neckwhich is currently available in all sizes, and Grown Alchemist’s Sooth Hand Cream, which you can purchase Purchase from Adore Beauty.
For those looking to bring back the ’90s in film camera form, Australian-born label 35mm Co has found a mention for its iconic white The reloader cameraso $99.
For jet setters preparing to travel by plane to see family over Christmas Slip Bon Voyage Jet Setter travel pillowthat you can buy at Sephora puts an end to sore throats.
“The pure silk pillowcase also helps keep hair shiny and supple,” Gwyneth added.
She loves that ghd Flight+ travel hair dryerthat’s both powerful and portable to make your hair feel like you’ve just been to the hairdresser while abroad.
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