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My skin is looking pretty good after a few weeks of my new skincare routine
I was pretty lucky when I was a teenager – I had good skin and didn’t get many pimples. For me, my skin issues came later. In my 20’s my complexion was all over the place – sometimes it was dry, sometimes it was oily, and I had lots of breakouts. There have been times when I haven’t wanted to leave the house because of how my face look; I started wearing makeup to cover up my blemishes, and unsurprisingly that didn’t make it any better! Continue reading
Skin and hair restored after a bit of TLC
I spent my summer making the most of the amazing weather – I’ve been swimming, I’ve been out in the sun, I’ve worn shorts and jandals almost every day … and as a result I’m in need of a little bit of head to toe TLC. Over summer I tend to lean towards a really basic beauty routine but autumn is the time that I replenish my skin and my hair after a lot of sea, sun and sand. Continue reading
One of my favourite ways to treat myself is by going to get a facial from the team at Ashleigh Scott Facialist – it’s a real luxury experience for me and my skin always looks absolutely amazing afterwards. I know I won’t get the same luxe experience at home but I do want to keep up the same lovely skin. Who wouldn’t, right? Continue reading
We already know about how exfoliating your face regularly helps your skin, but do you exfoliate the rest of your body as well? Dry body brushing is a great way to rejuvenate your skin, and it’s got loads of other benefits as well. Continue reading
A few people have been asking about how I get my skin to look so good, so I thought I’d give you a rundown on the skincare routine I’ve been using this winter. It changed my skin from dry and flaky to smooth and hydrated – my skin has never looked this good! All of these products are cruelty free, and most of them are made in New Zealand – hurray! Continue reading
Last year I made the decision to go cruelty free and stop using beauty products that are tested on animals. Before I made that leap, I thought that going cruelty free meant spending lots of money on obscure hard to find products. Boy, was I wrong! It’s become easier and easier to find great products that don’t come at the expense of our animal friends. Seeing as it’s #BeCrueltyFree week this week, I think there are a few things you need to know about cruelty free beauty.
I have relatively good skin, but occasionally I get breakouts. I get hormonal breakouts, I get pimples when I take certain medications or am stressed, and I sometimes get them as a reaction to a makeup or skincare product I’ve used. Over the last two months, I’ve had breakouts as a result of ALL of these reasons – not cool! Continue reading
Near the end of last year I tried a new moisturiser that really didn’t agree with my skin. Major breakouts, redness and crappy skin were plentiful, which left me feeling pretty rubbish. I pretty much didn’t leave the house without packing on the makeup, I avoided looking in the mirror and I stopped taking selfies. Then something magical appeared on my doorstep – some gorgeous Manuka Biotic skincare.
Manuka Oil helps the body to repair and rejuvenate itself, while the antibacterial properties help to keep the skin clean and clear of bacteria that can cause skin problems such as acne, spots and other blemishes. Exactly what I needed. Or so I hoped…
Need help finding the perfect gift? If the person you’re buying for needs some treats to pamper them and help them relax, look no further…
Today’s giveaway is not just a treat for you – you get to share it with a friend! That’s the best kind of gift, one that you get to share with your best pal. Continue reading