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A growing list of locally made beauty products

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Say hello to your ultimate guide to locally made beauty products.

Here at HerCanberra we love to support locals doing great things—and as beauty and skincare lovers we’re not going to be gatekeepers when we find amazing products made by Canberrans.

From hand oils to lipsticks, go ahead and enjoy this (ever-growing) list of locally made beauty products.

Missed your favourite? Let us know at hello@hercanberra.com.au!

Dilkara Australia

Created by award-winning Canberra-based Indigenous businesswoman Julie Okely, Dilkara Australia boasts a wide range of products for skin, hair and body.

Harnessing the power of Indigenous botanicals that have the capability to repair, nourish and revive, Dilkara’s products are effective yet gentle on both users and the environment, perfect for customers who are aware of their environmental impact, and those who look for natural products.


Just Lippy 


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Launched in 2016 when Karen Green could no longer ignore her environmental conscience, Just Lippy was created in response to her desire to find lipsticks that she could trust, love and that would make her feel good.

Making each lipstick from scratch with as few ingredients as possible and without anything derived from petroleum or coal, they are plant-based, plastic-free, and extremely pretty. 


By The Be


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From the founder of the beauty nirvana in Franklin (The Beautique) the ethos of By The Be is to evaluate your daily rituals, encouraging you to be present, to be mindful, and to be grateful for the small moments. 

Hand blending small batches of body scrubs, and hand and cuticle oils in Canberra, Jessica Peris uses 100% natural and organic, plant-based ingredients. It’s the perfect balance of beauty and care.




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Ever wished there was an at-home hair colour kit that gives stunning results? Meet MIIROKO, a Canberra brand creating salon-quality colour (in a convenient and affordable way).

Founded by Claire Chesterton and Yuki Saito, this subscription home hair colour bridges the gap between hairdressers and home hair colour users—and with experts helping you select the right colour, as well as easy step-by-step video instructions tailored to your hair colour needs, you’ll never need to leave the house. 




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A Canberra-based design studio, Ħarlo is a combination of passions: design, creative homewares and skincare. From moisturiser to beard oil, every aspect of the award-winning organic botanical skincare collection has been carefully considered to make you feel good.


Planet Eve Organics

Using scientifically proven botanical extracts to deliver real results to skin, health and your overall well-being, Planet Eve Organics is a locally made organic, vegan, cruelty-free eco-beauty brand. 

With a focus on botanically-derived ingredients with anti-ageing properties, the products range from everyday face care essentials to body lotions and enzyme-based exfoliation—all of which have been certified by the Australian Certified Organic organisation (ACO). 


Teen Skin Health 

Founded by beauty specialist, nutritionist and mum Theresa Bradaric, Teen Skin Health is a dedicated easy-to-use skincare range made using organic, Australian ingredients. 

Designed to help young customers build confidence, it’s also vegan, nut-free, cruelty-free, compostable, recyclable, and biodegradable. 


MediTeva Pomegrante Health and Beauty

Designed by a Naturopath and 100% vegan, MediTeva Pomegrante Health and Beauty makes beauty products that range from a healing oil to a hydration mist. Applying a holistic whole-person approach to skincare, expect to see ingredients like pomegranate seeds oil and extract, jojoba oil, avocado oil and more.


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