Launching this June in SpaceNK is the Georgia Louise skincare range. Initially opening with 4 products – Georgia Louise is a British -born facialist now based in New York and counts Emma Stone and Linda Evangelista as clients.
The four products are Sleeping Beauty Oil, Day & Night Brightening Cream, Hydrating Rose Water and the Cleanse & Heal Duo Balm – which is predictably what I zoned in on.
This is a make-no-apologies oil based balm cleanser. Although it says that you can add a few pumps of the rosewater, for me, there is no emulsifying here – you won’t get this off without a hot, wet, flannel – which suits me fine. (If I wanted something to emulsify I’d use a cleansing milk?)
It contains coconut butter, Mango butter, beeswax, castor oil, apricot kernel oil, passion fruit oil, meadow-foam seed oil, papaya oil, vitamin e oil, lavender, ylang-ylang and chamomile. And that’s it. it is also 89% organic but that is neither here nor there for me as regular readers will know.
It says suitable for all skin types – and I’m sure it pretty much is – however, I do think an acne skin could get into trouble if they didn’t remove every last trace of it – properly.
For the rest of us it’s a glorious uplifting balm cleanser that gives you a good grip to really get a good massage going. You can usually rely on facialist brands more than any other to ‘give good balm’. They base their products around their needs in the treatment room. You can’t massage owt with a weak-assed milk.
GL is clearly good with her hands – until recently she was making all of her products herself.
Georgia Louise launches in SpaceNK at the beginning of June. Stores and prices to be confirmed. In the meantime, further reading on GL and her work can be found on GeorgiaLouise.co.uk
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