Golden milk, turmeric milk tea, turmeric milk, haldi ka doodh. Boost anti-oxidants.

Call it whatever it is you want to call it. Turmeric milk, golden milk, golden mylk (!), turmeric milk tea, turmeric tea – there seem to be lots of names for it. Regardless of what it is called, it seems to have become popular again, and is being adopted by more than the enlightened health conscious… View Post
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Laura Geller baked balance-n-brighten colour correcting foundation – as a finishing powder

Laura Geller is one of those brands whose fan base started on QVC (or so it would seem to me). I’d seen the products on their beauty show a number of times, and what a fab find! This has taken over from my MAC face powder as my finishing powder. Over a primer containing a… View Post
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New brand alert – Kosé cell radiance with rice power extract

Well, it’s a new brand for me. Kosé cell radiance is Japanese and harnesses the power of rice. I didn’t buy this because I was after a wrinkle treatment, but after a month of using it, I have seen a definite improvement in the texture of my skin, with reduced breakouts and greater hydration. I’m… View Post
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Eloquence Beauty – a natural skincare range containing a Peruvian superfood

There it is again, a superfood making its way into beauty products. It’s an untapped source of nutrients in my opinion, so I am all for it. Sacha Inchi Oil is the key ingredient in this range from Eloquence Beauty – a newly launched natural skincare range that is cruelty, paraben and perfume free. What… View Post
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Anti ageing face oil – Elemis cellular recovery skin bliss capsules

These lovely face oil capsules came in my Stella Loves beauty box. I haven’t really taken to Elemis products in the past (their papaya enzyme peel is a cult favourite but just didn’t do anything for my skin, causing it to feel sensitised and look grey). I think there are brands that are loved by the masses… View Post
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