Móa green balm – magic organic apothecary – a multi-purpose wonder balm steeped in British folklore

Made in England, organic and cruelty free, this wonder balm has a plethora of uses, from helping to heal eczema to zapping cold sores, from removing eye make up to treating athlete’s foot. View Post
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Oops, I used something on my face that made my skin burn, itch and develop eczema

It was bound to happen at some point, with me trying out different skincare products. This one happened to be a sample facemask* that caused an allergic reaction. Overnight, my skin was burning, and by the next morning I had developed contact dermatitis. Oops. For years, I had avoided having a severe reaction to a… View Post
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Pai cleanser – soothing and hydrating for eczema prone or sensitive skin

If you’re a regular reader of my blog, then you’ll know I’m a big fan of Pai skincare, especially their rosehip oil – a permanent resident in my bathroom. And now I’ve finally had the chance to try out their cleanser – long story but I had an allergic reaction to a facemask* and needed something that could calm and… View Post
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How can I not talk about hand cream when I am the queen of hand cream?

It’s true that I love hand cream. A love that is almost as strong as it is for lip balm. So, today I am going to reveal which hand creams are in favour, and can be found in my flat (I have them dotted around within easy reach in every room). I think I first became diligent… View Post
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Weleda skin food – what is all the fuss about?

I’ve seen mention of this product time and time again since starting this blog, and my curiosity has been piqued. Weleda is well known, as a green beauty brand, and has been around for a long time (90 years). Natural, organic, ethical, fair trade, sustainable, eco-friendly…so now let’s see if it is effective too. View Post
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