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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January masks no 3 – Aubrey Organics calming skin therapy hydrating mask

Another January hibernation companion – this tube was a freebie after a PR took pity on me following a reaction to a face mask a few months ago. Very kind of them. I finally got round to trying it out and am loving it. View Post
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Trilogy blemish control gel to help with party season skin

Party season skin can be hard to keep clear – overindulgence, not enough greens or fruit, and late nights all can take their toll. Blemishes are bound to appear (my skin shows an unhealthy lifestyle very quickly) and zapping them is easy with this blemish control gel from Trilogy. It contains a blend of lemongrass and… View Post
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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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Aurelia probiotic skincare – revitalise & glow serum

This was a little sample I registered to try out on What’s in my handbag and is now in my top 10 of covetable products. It’s a serum that hydrates like no other I have tried. My skin looked plumper, hydrated and smooth, with no breakouts even from first use. View Post
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