Products featured:

Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm – suitable for most skin types excluding perhaps heavily acneic: http://bit.ly/2qtw3wp

Tata Harper Purifying Cleanser – all skins excluding sensitive or rosacea: http://bit.ly/2RKqHZD

Kypris Cleanser Concentrate – all skins: http://bit.ly/2OnD28c

Kat Burki Vitamin C Cleansing Balm – all skins: http://bit.ly/2OnRywr

Josh Rosebrook Hydrating Accelerator – the best, bar none: http://bit.ly/2sreDnr

Zelens Probiotic Mist – suited to all: http://bit.ly/2OkuYFb

Drunk Elephant Shabba Eye Serum – suitable for all, but mainly aimed towards light lines and beginning of signs of ageing: http://bit.ly/2OsK3ns

Chanel Blue Serum – beautiful texture, really hydrating, but fragranced: http://bit.ly/2yAinTn

Clinique Moisture Surge Super Charged Concentrate – suitable for all, especially dehydrated: http://bit.ly/2EulvGX

Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Oil – suited to all, but as above with Squalane, go easy if acneic: http://bit.ly/2OlGcJF

Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair – one of my all-time favourites, a joy to use. You don’t need this if your boobs still stand up on their own: http://bit.ly/2GZxFV3

Kat Burki Vitamin C Face Cream – suitable for all skins: http://bit.ly/2OpLZxK

DCL Peptide Plus Cream – a brilliant anti-ager, chocka full of peptides, best for older skin that wants help: http://bit.ly/2ywLtD6

Marc Jacobs Coconut Primer – love it – love it – now back in the UK via Harvey Nichols: http://bit.ly/2Op4RN8




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