Margifox is Australia’s leading distributor and marketer of cosmeceutical and professional skin care ranges, which are carefully selected from the world’s most highly respected and acclaimed international brand names.
The company prides itself on representing anti-ageing brands jane iredale and Environ (Queensland and Victoria) which are renowned for delivering real results and satisfaction above and beyond the expectations of the customer.
Our passion for outstanding client service is reflected in our commitment to personalised customer service, on-going education, intensive training, sales and professional business support coupled with streamlined distribution.
We look forward to working with each and every one of our clients ensuring that they are best equipped to build a professional business together with our brands, with a successful outcome.
Ever since Cleopatra took milk baths to preserve her beauty, it has been the quest of women to improve their skin and delay the effects of ageing. Men took a while longer to catch on but now more than ever the male market is realising the importance of protecting and caring for their skins.
Many advertisements for skin care brands today make unsubstantiated claims of eternal youth, promoting fad ingredients that are made out to be miracle cures. Consumers are no longer fooled by glamorous photos of air-brushed celebrity beauties, but are looking for products that offer real results and a glowing, healthy radiance.
Environ's vision has always been to make the best skin care in the world, through a philosophy of well researched, scientific skin care. Our products are effective, proven, cost-effective and inspired through teamwork.
As a brand we value and perform extensive research and development to offer our consumers exceptional skin care products. We strive on integrity and keeping the meaningful promises we make to our consumers by offering the most effective skin care range that science permits.
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Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics. She was the first to supply the aesthetics industry with a full-line of makeup based on minerals and the first to see the potential of offering physicians a makeup that was good for the skin. She has worked with world-renowned plastic surgeons and dermatologists in the development of her line and lectures all over the world on its benefits.
Before she formed her cosmetics company in 1994, Jane Iredale's background had been in film, theatre and television.
She started as a casting director working in television commercials with models like Lauren Hutton, Jaclyn Smith and Cybill Shepherd and then in film and television with actresses like Susan Sarandon, Glenn Close, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Among many others, she worked with Francis Ford Coppola on The Outsiders, Steven Spielberg on The Color Purple and all major television networks, as well as the BBC.
She then formed her own production company and produced over fifty programs for PBS and HBO. Two of her feature films were named by TV Guide as the best films of their respective years. One was awarded the coveted George Foster Peabody Award. She also won an Emmy for a film series on which she was the writer.
When she moved from film to theatre she was nominated for a Tony Award for the Broadway musical Wind in the Willows, the show that brought fame to Vicki Lewis and Nathan Lane.
Throughout her career, she has worked with the best makeup artists in the field. She has seen at first hand that true makeup artistry comes not from trying to make a face conform to the latest fashion trends, but from enhancing the wearer's natural beauty and, as a result, allowing her personality to shine.
Her experience in working with women whose careers depended on a clear complexion has allowed her to see how skin disorders and sensitivities not only threaten careers but can also destroy self-confidence. This is what led her to develop a makeup line that could contribute to the lives of women by aiding the health of the skin.
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