Elemental herbology’s cell plumping facial moisturiser does exactly what it says on the tin (pot)

I ran out of my regular moisturiser some time ago, and have been using samples in a bid to trade up to something more suitable for my ageing skin. My skin has changed again, from when I was in my 30s. It’s much drier and needs quite a hefty moisturiser to keep it hydrated throughout… View Post
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The serum that has taken first place – Aurelia probiotic skincare’s revitalise & glow serum

I fell in love with this when I tried out a sample, soon after my allergic reaction to a dodgy face mask. I had promised myself I would buy a full size one, and have finally finished the Oskia and Shiseido ones that I had been using (it’s probably not wise to have too many… View Post
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5 hydrating serums suitable for breakout / acne prone skin

I don’t see or read much about serums for people who have acne or breakout prone skin, and it seems unfair. After all, this is just another form of sensitivity, in my opinion. And serums are probably more suitable due to their light consistency. View Post
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Decléor aroma lisse 2-in-1 dark circle and eye wrinkle eraser

I succumbed and bought another Decléor eye cream, instead of the Aurelia Probiotics one, mainly because I stood to save £60! View Post
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Fushi organic anti-wrinkle lip balm

Yup, I am a sucker for buying this because it contains the words ‘anti-wrinkle’. I have no idea whether wrinkles appear on lips or can be prevented, but it is an organic lip balm from a brand that I turn to for facial oils (argan and marula seed are two I regularly buy from here). View Post
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