A new discovery in lip balms! Albus & Flora multi-active lip balms

What can I say, except I love a new discovery, and one that kicks off 2017 perfectly. I spotted these gorgeous lip balms on instagram, and got in touch with the founder, Rachel Williams. She started Albus & Flora because of her love of the outdoors, combined with her love of natural skincare, and wanted to create… View Post
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Can a 5000 year old philosophy be relevant now for healthy skin? Samaya Ayurvedic Skincare

In short, yes. Ayurveda is an ancient (5000 years old) holistic healing system, that has been the inspiration for this new range of skincare products from Samaya. It’s a plant-based ayurvedic skincare range (which happens to be good enough to eat), that combines clinically proven active ingredients with Ayurvedic wisdom and herbs, selected to balance your particular… View Post
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The Body Shop himalayan charcoal purifying glow face mask

I saw this face mask on a friend’s bathroom shelf and decided I would give it a try. The Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask was given to me as part of a gift bag and had been sat at the back of the bathroom cabinet feeling useless. Now, if you don’t like face masks that ‘tingle’ then stop… View Post
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Klorane dry shampoo – tinted for brown to dark hair

Klorane is a French pharmacy brand whose products have achieve pharmaceutical status, which means they are rigorously tested for efficacy and safety. Their dry shampoo is the only product I have tried so far, and so far I’m impressed. Finally, a dry shampoo that doesn’t leave hair matted and dry, which I have found some other… View Post
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Davines OI shampoo & conditioner with roucou oil softness & apricot butter hydration

The Davines OI range already features in my arsenal of beauty products – I use the OI oil (absolute beautifying potion), body wash, and all in one milk. My love for this range has grown over time and is all because of the roucou oil softness that it provides – I was introduced to it when gifted… View Post
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