Zoë Foster Blake
Zoë Foster Blake is an Australian author, beauty entrepreneur, and former magazine editor. She has written several bestselling books, including novels and non-fiction books on beauty and relationships. Some of her notable books are "The Wrong Girl" (2010), "Playing the Field" (2011), "Air Kisses" (2013), "Textbook Romance" (2015), "Amazing Face" (2011), and "Break-up Boss" (2018). She has also written several children's books like "No One Likes a Fart" (2015) and "Monster Haircut" (2016).
In addition to her writing career, Foster Blake is the founder and creative director of Go-To Skincare, a line of natural skincare products. She started the company in 2014, after identifying a gap in the market for affordable, effective, and non-toxic skincare products. The company's product line includes facial cleansers, moisturizers, exfoliants, masks, and serums, all of which are made with natural ingredients and free from harsh chemicals.
The Go-To skincare line is known for its effective, easy-to-use, and affordable skincare products, which are all formulated, tested, and made in Australia. The company has a wide range of offerings catering to different skin types, concerns, and ages.
Foster Blake is also an advocate for promoting self-care and self-confidence and encourages her customers to use skincare products to love the skin they're in with the right knowledge, care, and products. She is also a regular contributor to various Australian and international publications and has appeared on television as a beauty and lifestyle expert.