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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…

The Experts. The Facialists. Amanda Lacey.

I’m so frequently asked about favourite brands and facialists that I figured it was time to start showcasing them a little more. If I was…

Blog Housekeeping – or ‘Things I say time and time again …

Some Blog Housekeeping whilst I’m at it. Just to clarify some key points that I think sometimes get lost on the blog: I am not…

Georgia Louise launching in SpaceNK

Launching this June in SpaceNK is the Georgia Louise skincare range. Initially opening with 4 products – Georgia Louise is a British -born facialist now…

A nice combination. Una Brennan Rose Hydrate Oil and Aurelia …

So I’m using the Una Brennan Superfacialist Rose Hydrate Miracle Makeover Facial Oil (!!) pretty much every evening. What’s not clear with her two oils, despite the…

Pixi Glow Tonic – a new find!

(old packaging – updated 2013) I found this Glow Tonic at Pixi last week and my eyes immediately zoomed in on the ingredients. Although they…

Three Do's and Don'ts with Ole Henriksen

My mantra of turning to a Dr or a Facialist when thinking about buying skincare has not altered since meeting Ole Henriksen. Since opening his…

Make sure you trust who you buy from, skincare as …

So Tom Ford has been around for a while now – I don’t have the same obsession for him as some of my fellow bloggers…