Oh my, o.Moi skincare has got it cracked for sensitive skin

The Danes have done it again. They seem to be leading the way in skincare tailored for sensitive skin. Is it because they have Allergy Certified accreditation over there, which is the most stringent certification globally for sensitive skins? Perhaps. Admittedly, the full range is not allergy certified, but a good few of the products… View Post
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Sensitive skin issues are on the rise – Allergy Certified can help

It’s been a great first half of 2017 for me, allergy-wise. I haven’t had a flare-up, thankfully, but that is down to a lot of hard work and being very aware of what I am putting on my skin, what I am eating, and other products I am using around the flat. Living in London, and… View Post
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Topped up on some Tatcha from Sephora

Oh Sephora, I do love you so much. Why oh why don’t you come back to London?! They were here years ago, but for some reason didn’t do as well as expected, which I don’t understand! I think they would do very well now. There seems to have been a proliferation of standalone beauty stores in recent… View Post
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Pai’s rapid radiance mask with their hero rosehip bioregenerate oil

Time for some tlc after a busy bank holiday weekend? Do you feel like you haven’t stopped, and the four-day weekend has flown by? Me too. And I can’t even say it’s been a super productive one! And now it is nearly time to go back to work :(. Cue some me-time needed, to gather… View Post
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My first offering after two months of silence – almonds

Yes almonds. My favourite nut, oil, milk. I love it flaked, ground, crushed, roasted, whole, half, in marzipan, in cereal, but most of all I love it in beauty products. It is a key ingredient in my home-made face oil, and is the main ingredient in this sensitive skin range from Weleda. I have found pure, organic sweet almond… View Post
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