If there’s one thing that never goes out of beauty fashion it’s glowing skin. And the ingredient to achieve this result that’s on every skincare enthusiast’s lips? Vitamin C. Evening out skin tone, hydrating, smoothing, tackling fine lines, is there anything vitamin C can’t do?
Why is exfoliating such an important part of a skincare routine? Because you need to remove the layer of dead cells before applying that expensive serum. But what is the difference between a chemical and physical exfoliator and which one should you choose?
With the pandemic halting many of our travel plans, the hospitality industry may be in tatters but hotel cosmetic companies are making their products available to us, the consumer. Here is an offering from hotel cosmetics producer ADA International.
The beauty empties series continues, this time with a selection of skincare, body care and perfume products, from new discoveries I’ve made part of my everyday routine (hello shampoo bar) to over promising products I’ll be waving goodbye to.
Although a recent study reveals that a quarter of female millennials don’t shave their underarms, I still find it hard to flaunt unshaven legs or ungroomed eyebrows. So here I trial handy tools to keep the facial fuzz and body hair at bay.
Chances are you’ve heard of probiotic skincare, but what about prebiotics? Essentially ‘food’ for the good bacteria to thrive and keep your skin barrier healthy, prebiotics help soothe irritations and sensitivity. I put this trend on trial with Temple Spa’s Be range.