Thursday, 3 October 2013

New to the UK: Indie Lee skincare

 I have written a few times about how much I love the fantastic website A Beautiful World founder Liz McCarthy hand picks hard to get natural brands from across the world and brings them to the UK. The latest addition to the site and one that has me really excited is New York based skincare line Indie Lee.




The line is an eco-chic collection that offers style and sustainability without compromise. It has everything I look for in a brand, natural well thought out ingredients, effective formulations and chic packaging. Indie Lee is part of the new kind of natural brands for women who are conscious of what they put on their skin but do not want to compromise on luxury feel. 

I have been testing the amazing squalene facial oil and I will be posting a review soon but I can say that so far the brand does not disappoint and I have an ever growing wish list of these gorgeous looking products. 

Indie Lee herself is an inspiring woman who survived a brain tumour and went on to create her own clean skincare line as a result. I love the Indie Lee website too which has a fantastic list of good ingredients and ingredients to avoid which I found to be a great read (see list here) and lot's of other great resources too. 

On a side note whenever you order from A Beautiful World you can expect a beautifully packaged parcel and speedy delivery. Regular readers of this blog know how important good customer service is to me and they always surpass my expectations. 

Ana x
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  1. I saw these on A Beautiful World and they look lush! I'm going to New York next year so will keep an eye out for the range there! x

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    1. You should definitely check it out, it all looks fab! Xx

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  2. love it! I picked up the blemish lotion with the discount x

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    1. Fantastic, I have my eye on the blemish lotion and the eye balm :) Xx

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  3. This sounds good, especially the Swiss Apple Facial Serum. £85 is a bit pricey though! Great post though Ana! :-)

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    1. Definitely pricey but comparable to prices from other similar brands, I realised after you commented that I was a little sexist in this post, I think this line would happily appeal to men too :) Xx

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