The word ‘glow’ has cropped up in so many skincare product names, this radiance trend is here to stay. Here I review Nourish Radiance Skincare Essentials, a collection of four organic, vegan and cruelty-free products to create a comprehensive skincare routine.
With veganism continuing to grow its following, it’s no surprise that campaigns like Veganuary, challenging people to follow a vegan lifestyle, have also grown in awareness and popularity. So here is a selection of beauty products that offer a fully vegan skincare routine.
This has become a bit of a tradition, setting myself some new year beauty resolutions that I try to stick to. So let’s take stock of how well I’ve stuck to last year’s beauty resolutions and what’s in store for 2021.
Our rapidly changing habits throughout this year will have a direct impact on the beauty market in the coming months. Here are a handful of trend predictions on what beauty will look like in 2021, from safe beauty to customised skincare.
The once humble hand sanitiser has had a revamp, from basic hygiene product to a hybrid formula with skincare as well as bacteria-killing benefits. And it’s in small independent brands that I’ve seen the best launches, some of which I share here.
Originating in South Korea, waterless beauty proposes products that are formulated without water for more sustainable alternatives like soap, balms, powders, oils and butters. Every part of the body is catered for, so here is my waterless beauty routine, covering face, hair and body.