I’ve been very excited to try Faceittea, a sustainable skincare brand that looks to revitalise your skincare routine with all-natural plant-based ingredients, and also help look after our planet with zero-waste packaging.
We’ve been trying really hard at home to reduce our plastic use and use more sustainable products so Faceittea sounded perfect. Plus the treat of some luxury face care products was appealing to me. A little treat!
I grew up watching Friends. I was at High School when it started and being home on a Friday night to watch it was important. Watching the final episode years later was a fairly momentous occasion and I’ve never really stopped watching it. So I was curious to see some of the Friends themed products from Mad Beauty.
I have got to be kinder to myself, I have got to be easier on myself, I have got to look after myself. So I have been careful recently to not put so much pressure on and to make sure I create downtime and I partake in a little of self care. It has started with actually using some of the wonderful things I got for Mother’s Day.
How would you describe your skin type? It’s a simple question. The answers are usually dry, oily, combination. When I was asked this my response was ‘neglected’. As that is the honest truth. I am tired, so ridiculously busy and as a result my skin is neglected, so it was decided the best product for me to try out from Angela Langford’s beautiful range was the Bloom & Glow Face Oil. Continue reading Angela Langford Bloom & Glow Face Oil – Review→
Last time I ran a competition with Urtekram it was hugely popular and that is because everything they make is just spectacular.
If you haven’t heard of them before Urtekram is a Danish organic beauty specialist, and a gorgeous organic range of bath and body products made just for adults and children which is hypo-allergenic and incredibly gentle on young and older skin alike. Urtekram children’s and adults products are available from natural health food retailers nationwide, priced from £1.75, bargain.