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Q&A with Teresa Tarmey

Hi All! So tomorrow TT and I are back in the Clinic filming another treatment. I thought we’d also do a Q&A while we were…

Update – New Pages and Features

Mortar & Milk – SW6 Hi All! OK – I know. Erm where have you been Caroline? I know it may seem like I’ve slipped…

Balance Me Facialists

Hi All! Embrace their wellbeing roots, British-made, gorgeous skincare brand Balance Me has launched a signature facial to showcase their beautiful products. Skin is dealt…

3107 Heart & Soul Deep Cleansing Makeup Remover

What is it? A cleansing balm that can also be used as a mask. 3107 is made by the beautiful Dija Ayodele, a facialist and…

Inspiring women in beauty – so is corporate setting us back?

I just spent a really inspiring, great week in L.A. surrounded by brilliant women who have forged a way in the beauty industry and founded…

Recommended Facialists – Teresa Tarmey

I’ve had a lot of facials. A LOT. At one point in my career, my job was testing every facial in town. I know. Hard…

Tracie Martyn Amla Purifying Cleanser

What is it? ‘An anti-ageing Cleansing Concentrate’. Who is it for? All skin types. What’s in it? Well this is the fun part. I checked…

The Month in Skincare – February

WHERE IS THE TIME GOING? Although I don’t mind winter getting a move on – I NEED some warmth! This was a varied month for…

Cheat Sheet/FAQs – Where should I spend most of my …

I am frequently asked by readers – especially on Instagram – underneath these kinds of pictures: ‘If I am being careful with my money, where…

The Experts. Marie Reynolds

The lovely Marie Reynolds is one of the best facialists in the world. Without question. Amazing hands, amazing knowledge and spooky intuition. No really –…

The Experts. How to get ahead as a facialist – Ole …

Ole Henriksen opened his first clinic in LA in the early 70’s. Since then he’s gone on to build a huge empire including his own…