Category Archives: Skin

Odylique; the new face of Essential Care. In 2012 Essential Care conducted a survey to find out a little more about the thoughts of their customers with relation to both the products and the company overall. The outcome demonstrated a lot of love for the existing products and for the ethics of the company, however […]

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One of the best things for me about writing about beauty products is the way that I have to really look at a product. Rather than just appreciating a product for its colour or finish, I mull over every aspect of it; from the packaging and production to the texture and scent. When you are […]

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The teen beauty market is an ever growing one but sadly many of the products on the market aimed at this age group are packed full of toxic and potentially harmful ingredients. Thankfully there are now some great toxin-free teen offerings from some of the natural companies, so when you are looking for some beauty […]

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I adore Christmas. I am also a big believer that it shouldn’t start until the 1st December – I don’t want want to hear endless renditions of Wizard’s I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday in November! So, being as we have now passed my Christmas threshold I thought I would dedicate this months Top […]

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A few months ago I wrote about the differences between BB and CC creams and more recently shared my favourite organic version of the latter. In this post it’s all about the former, an item that graced my holiday bag and has seen me (burn and shine-free) through the summer days… alva Sensitive BB Cream […]

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During my recent holiday temperatures were nearing 40 degrees Centigrade (super hot as far as I am concerned!) so sun protection was a must! I have been loving using the Hurraw SPF Sun Balm to protect my lips. A tantalising combination of tangerine, chamomile and vanilla make this balm very addictive. Slightly thicker than a […]

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