Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Brand Focus: MuLondon beautiful organic skincare



Oh MuLondon... how I love thee with your gorgeous creams full of Shea Butter, coconut butter and jojoba oil, the beautiful scents, the dreamy textures... I have raved about MuLondon's white chocolate knee, heel and elbow cream (review) and now I am on my second pot (with another one as a back up) it is easily one of my favourite products of all time, so I was keen to try more from the range.
The Rose, Rosehip and Rosemary moisturiser has the most exquisite rose scent, it really is divine, fresh and deeply floral it is like smelling a rose on the bush thanks to the organic Rose Otto essential oil. MuLondon creams are all free from water and preservatives, all that you will find in these creams are nourishing organic ingredients, coconut butter, Shea butter, jojoba oil, rosehip, Rose Otto essential oil and rosemary extract to be exact. The rose cream is ideal for dry and sensitive skin, I like to mist rosewater and apply a small amount of this in the evenings when using on my face but these are also great for use on the body so they are very multi-purpose. After falling in love with the Rose cream I also treated myself to a small White chocolate truffle moisturiser which swaps the Rose Otto oil for Vanilla and cocoa extracts making this a sweetly scented treat, I think this cream is also ideal for dry and sensitive skin but I have also seen great reviews from people with combination skins, so don't rule them out if you have other skin types. 

Given the nature of the ingredients you would think these creams would be heavy, but they are whipped to perfection making the texture really beautifully light and if applied sparingly to damp skin they sink in really quickly leaving my skin feeling soft and happy. They have a 0 rating on the EWG site, are completely vegan and are a great product to use if you like to keep your routine simple as they can be used anywhere you need extra hydration. I can't imagine not having MuLondon products in my routine any more, they are fantastic value for money and great quality.  A big thank you to Jana for hosting the giveaway and fuelling my MuLondon addiction, you can find these creams at MuLondon.com.

Ana x


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  1. lovely prize! I'm a huge MULondon fan x

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    1. I do believe it was your review that made me want to try the white truffle moisturiser as well! Enabler ;) Xx

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  2. Tengo muchas ganas de probar esta marca! He leido tantas buenas opiniones de sus productos... ^^

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    1. Tienes que probarlos, son una maravilla! :) Xx

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  3. These sound lovely! Love the ingredients! :-)

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    1. They are fabulous and pure! I can't imagine anyone not liking them :) Xx

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  4. Hi Ana - what a fab MuLondon review! Lovely to hear you're enjoying your Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary and White Chocolate Truffle moisturisers. Thank you for your kindness! ♥

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    1. Your very welcome Boris, thank you for making amazing products! :) Xx

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  5. They sound awesome! I'm so intrigued by their white chocolate body moisturizer...

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    1. Ooohh it's soo good, you must try it! I do believe they are in the US too :) Xx

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  6. Omg Ana, I'm blushing!<3 Thank you very much for you kind words, you're just the sweetest!<3 Love ya babe! :)
    And big thumbs up for MuLondon!<3 xx

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    1. I meant everything I said :) Yes a big thumbs up for Boris and his lovely products Xx

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  7. A lot of MuLondon love over here! I want to try that rose moisturiser now as I'm on a rose mission at the moment xx

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    1. It is lovely, such a great rose scent :) Xx

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  8. Everything you recommend I want! Great review :)

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