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Clarins Instant Light Lip Comfort Oil

Cheeky Clarins. This review was originally going to be in time for the launch in February – but this was released across Clarins counters and…

Hall of Fame – Tata Harper Replenishing Nutrient Complex

This post is written to you in the fading midst of a beauty panic. Upon doing research for this post – it became obvious that…

White Rabbit Comfort Cleansing Balm

The best selling high-end cleanser in the UK is Eve Lom – the 200ml size outsells everything else in it’s category and it is £84.00.…

JustBe Cleansed Cleansing Balm

This review is shamefully overdue inasmuch as I have had the cleanser for a while and for some stoopid reason hadn’t picked it up. Remedied!…

Sunday Riley: The difference between Artemis, Juno and Isis

As soon as I posted the picture above on Instagram I was inundated with questions asking what the difference was between the 3 oils. Here…

Coconut cleansing

I know that a lot of readers aren’t on Instagram/twitter so won’t have seen me talking about the Neal’s Yard Coconut Oil and using it…

Beauty Myths No.6 – Having spots means you have an oily/…

Most of the people I see have normal/dehydrated/sensitive skin with occasional spots. This is very different to acne. The vicious circle. It usually occurs via…

Travel Bag – or ‘How to turn a dehydrating flight into …

Last week I spent over 20 hours on an airplane. That’s not much for some but it is for me. There are a few conditions…

REN Omega 3 Optimum Skin Serum Oil

This is easily the most recommended product from the last 3 months or so of skin consultations. Like my most favourite discoveries, I came across…

The Body Shop Vitamin E Overnight Serum-in-Oil

One of the most recommended products in my skin consultations is a serum/oil. For all skin types and all skin conditions. There’s always one that…

Beauty Myths No.5 – if you have oily skin you don’…

The biggest mistake people with oily/combination skin make is to try and ‘strip’ the skin during the cleansing stage – to the point where it…