Thursday, 17 October 2013

Legology Air-lite Daily Lift for Legs



Here's the thing: Mum was a model, Dad was a goalkeeper. When the Sweet Baby Jesus was dishing out my body parts I got the Maternal bosom and waist - and Dad's lower half. It's still one of his proudest achievements. 'Look at those legs, could score from the half-way line.' Yeah, that's great Dad, if you're life's ambition is to play in the Premiership. I kid you not. He asks me to get them out at family parties. *lies down in a dark room*

The upshot is I'm not, nor have never been, a leg girl. The magnificent bosom I can do, the long, leggy, gangly thing I cannot. So I don't pay them much attention - I mean don't get me wrong, I love them, they work - they do a fine job of holding me up - but they're never going to be on my 'finest features' list (outside of a football programme).

Well Kate Shapland has spent years thinking about legs. What makes them tick, what makes them lethargic - she even devoted an entire blog to them. Believing that cellulite is often the symptom of a lazy lymph and best addressed with an integrated approach that includes daily stimulating massage, Kate has just launched Air-Lite Daily Lift for Legs - her aim is to create a cohesive topical approach to optimise the lymph and lighten the legs, improving their overall beauty and wellbeing and supporting a complementary lifestyle. 

Air-Lite Daily Lift For Legs is her first product, the hero of the brand. She has produced a limited run of 500 jars, each hand-numbered, with a set of application guidelines inside every box.


It's cooling, refreshing and leaves the legs feeling like they are actually 'doing' something inside - if that makes sense?
Mine has been stolen by a very pregnant friend - who literally will not even let me look at the jar again in case I take it back.

Legology's Air-Lite is £60 and available from Liberty and MyShowcase.com.



18 comments:

  1. Are you still taking appointments for 2013- in desperate need! Cannot seem to connect to the email address.

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    1. I'm pretty booked until March but we have a wait list? appointments at caroline hirons dot com :) xx

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  2. My rugby-playing father's first observation of his beautiful newborn daughter was that the legs resembled pit props, and that they'd be well suited to the second row - for years, this too was his party piece 'look at her legs, look at them!' and almost 28 years later, although my ankles are somewhat more slender, I am stuck with legs any prop would be envious of (apparently) - thank god I got my mother's chest, and that midi skirts are no longer the preserve of the elder generation.

    Love your blog Caroline, you've taught me so much in the past year, and my skin says THANK YOU (my bank manager however, doesn't...)

    Sally
    xx

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    1. What is WITH men? My Mum doesn't say 'look at that beautiful waist and breasts'. Sigh.

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  3. Hi Caroline, I was wondering if you can recommend any lactic acid products available in the UK? Serums, moisturisers, toners? All the brands I know seem to be US based with ridiculous shipping costs. I want to try something a bit gentler than glycolic :) Thankyou x

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  4. Hi caroline, love your blog so much! Thanks for taking the time to educate us all :) Sorry to deter from the topic of the post but I'm having serious issues with my lips, always been prone to slightly eczemaish dry skin, used to get occasional dryness/cuts in corner of lips now and again but for the last few months had this non stop! Worsened by wearing lipstick so have had to stop, been using blistex intensive moisturiser as its the only thing that temporarily soothes but really need help, lips won't stop cutting etc, been to see dermatologist no help! Taking anti allergy tablets because started having hayfever/some allergy lat few yearsDrinking more water/improving diet/taking vitamins not helped. Sorry for the long post!

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  5. Oh the first paragraph almost killed me! You are hilarious! Side note: so your mom was the predecessor of modern-day WAG? Suddenly your "cleanser wardrobe" makes sense :) You were born into glamour!

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  6. off topic )sorry) but was wondering what your opinion on this bit of information is: "The continued use of oils makes the skin "slow". By constantly putting oils on top of the skin, you confuse it, especially as an oily skinned person, your skin is always able to detect the oil the you put onto it, and therefore does not exude its own natural oil to keep the skin hydrated. In turn, the skin becomes lazy because it never has to produce its own oil."

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  7. How should I incorporate an AHA body lotion into my routine while still using a moisturizing one?

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  8. Nice post! Thank you very much for sharing this. Will definitely purchase one because I really need it :)

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  9. Hi Caroline, I didn't want to bug you about this, but since we're talking about legs, will this product help lighten inner thighs/ what other products or treatments can you recommend for this problem?

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  10. If it really works, it does sound like an amazing product!

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  11. Great post, love this stuff!!.. I have been looking into skin tightening treatments and was wondering what your thoughts are on the mineral bath that seems to be available versus the medical procedure way, which I really don't want to go down.

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  12. Maybe this product will help me....I am also feeling depressed a lot lately. I am not sure if it is post partum or because I feel that I look unattractive now to my hubby! I feel like I have sagging and loose skin now and its all because I have a baby! I have been looking for a skin tightening solution, but don't really want to go under the knife because I have too much to loose and what if I don't wake up. I am probably being extreme, but who knows? I am going to try out this mineral bath and see if it helps me feel better about myself!

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  13. I love this stuff! It was another blogger who actually got me into the brand- bloggers are such bad influences! Ha. Great post hun, love the blog too byt the way! :)
    Heroine In Heels

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  14. Does is actually do anything? Or just feel nice?

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  15. Damn I was laughing so hard that I needed a pause to read about Air-light, it will be really helpful for my legs that drags me around all over Milan, I'll check if I can get my hands on it ;)

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