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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Green Beauty Christmas gift guide: Part three


With only a few weeks left until the big day, today is the final instalment of my gift guides. There are some brilliant choices available this year for all price points which is absolutely fantastic.
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Monday, 5 December 2016

Skincare tips: How to apply facial oils and serums



My love for face oils and serums runs deep, but I had never used one until I fell down the green beauty rabbit hole. I am convinced that if I had to pin point one thing that had made a big difference to my skin, adding a face oil daily would be it! Having said all that, it took me a little time to work out how to best apply face oil to ensure glowing skin without the oil slick, so in today's post I wanted to share my top tips for using a facial oil for all skin types.
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Friday, 2 December 2016

*Competition* Win a Weleda Mindfulness wash gift set - Including colouring book


Christmas is coming and I have teamed up with Weleda to bring you a fabulous giveaway! One lucky winner will receive one of their new Mindfulness wash gift sets, which includes a gorgeous colouring book illustrated by artist Lizzie Hobbs and some lovely travel sizes of the Weleda Shower creams in Arnica, Rose, Citrus, Pomegranate and Sea Buckthorn.
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Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Best natural and organic cleansers on a budget - £15 and under



Cleansing is the first and most important step of any skincare routine and one that needs to be done properly. One of the questions I get asked the most is to give options for budget friendly cleansers that are natural but that still perform well, so I thought I would round up some of my favourites!
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Monday, 28 November 2016

Gift Idea: Blue Labelle Moroccan clay gift bag


Every Sunday I take the time to mix a mask and apply it to my skin. Such a simple act feels like resetting a switch and is a big part of my skincare routine.
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Saturday, 26 November 2016

New in: Korean natural skincare from Whamisa


Despite the fact that Korean skincare is a huge trend and has been for some time, it is one I haven't really delved in to because I assumed that Korean inspired natural and organic products didn't really exist. That all changed when I was introduced to Whamisa, the brand is BDIH and Ecocert certified and uses a high percentage of organic ingredients in their products.
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