My skin has been extremely dry for the past few months so I have been experimenting with products I would never usually use: face masks for dry dkin. I spent my youth and best part of my twenties using masks aimed at oily, acne prone skin. My how the tables have turned! Today I give you a run-down of what to buy and what to avoid! Let me know what you think in the comments x
Oh and one more thing. My skin is patchy dry so I am not sure if all of these products would work for full blown dry skin all over your face!
To celebrate the launch of the Tea Tree Pore Minimiser, which is hitting stores today the 23rd August, The Body Shop are holding a Fresh Faced and Fabulous event all weekend! Hurrah! Who doesn’t love a good ‘oul beauty event?! Read on »
I was invited by the nice folk at The Body Shop to try out a pampering session at my nearest store recently. Never one to turn down an opportunity to be pampered I jumped at the chance and took myself off to The Body Shop in The White Water Centre, Newbridge a couple of weekends ago. As it happens the summer sales had also started so I fully intended to kill two birds with the one stone… Read on »
The Body Shop shout loud and proud about their ethical credentials – promoting fair trade, sustainability, women’s rights, cruelty-free and most recently vegetarian cosmetics. Isn’t all makeup vegetarian you say, sure there’s no meat in them! Unfortunately many “cruelty-free” cosmetics can still contain animal-derived ingredients such as insect shells (colouring), gelatin (derived from animal connective tissue and bone adding texture, moisture, collagen to products) and animal hair. The new Lily Cole range from The Body Shop is completely free of all animal derived ingredients, making them not only cruelty free but 100% vegetarian. As someone who loves animals more than people sometimes, this makes me very happy.
I was lucky enough to attend the launch of the Lily Cole makeup range, cue pic spam!