Sunday, 16 June 2019

*New In: Ermana Natural Skincare

*productsamples Claire, founder and formulator at Ermana Natural Skincare got in touch with me to see if I'd like to try and review some of the latest launches. As you'll know I'm a huge fan of the brand having first tried it way back in 2015.

REFINE Cleansing Oil with Grapefruit & Galbanum (£24 - 100ml) is absolutely fantastic and one of my favourite products this year! The cleansing oil will deeply cleanse the skin of make up and impurities (it also smells fantastic). It's formulated with a blend of skin loving oils and scented with Grapefruit & Galbanum essential oils.

To use: apply a few drops to hands and massage over the face, neck and eyes before removing with warmed muslin cloth.

HYDRATE Organic Rose Mist (£18 - 100ml) is a rich hydrating toner which refreshes, soothes and regenerates the skin. Use it as a skin tonic to refresh, a toner after cleansing, to soothe sunburn and spray on your pillow to ease you into gentle sleep.

To use: spritz onto the skin after cleansing or throughout the day to refresh.

I'm also loving the new and innovative Bamboo Cleansing Pads (£12 - 10 pads) which are re-usable and eco-friendly. They are a great alternative to cotton wool as you can wash them and use them again and again (80% bamboo/20% organic cotton).

To use: use with eye make up remover or cleanser. Can be used dry or wet.

What are your favourite products from Ermana Natural Skincare?

Saturday, 15 June 2019

*Love Lula: Laouta & Antipodes

*Sent to me as part of the Love Lula Accredited Blogger Program for honest review. My post contains one affiliate link. I'm always excited to see new brands land at Love Lula. The latest one to pique my interested is Greek brand, Laouta. I picked three of their products to try and review (I also picked a sample by Antipodes).

Laouta Fig Beach Body Oil SPF6 (100ml - £18 currently on offer at £16.20) is lush! Housed in a Eco Bottle made with sugarcane with "I am Green" on the outside. It's the perfect holiday companion (although the factor is a little on the low side for using for strong sunlight). It'd be perfect for using as a body oil evening-time. It's got a lush sweet fig scent which screams summer! I'll be packing one for my summer hols.

I'm equally impressed with their Repair Hair Oil (100ml - £20, currently on offer at £18). Don't you just love that simple but luxe packaging! The oil has a delicious fresh citrus scent. It'll smooth and repair hair - use it as a pre-shampoo treatment, before blow drying or to tame flyaways. 

Their mini Repair Balm (15ml - £8.50, currently on offer at £7.65) has a glorious grapefruit scent. I love the cardboard packaging with can be composted or recycled. This is the balm you need to take on holiday as it's multi-use - face, hands, cracked or sunburned skin, lips, flyaways - anywhere which needs some TLC.

My final pick this month is a sachet of Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin Brightening Eye Cream (full size £35.99 - 30ml, sachet - 50p - 3ml). I love sachets as they are the perfect try me/for holidays. It's a lovely thick cream with a Manuka honey herbal type scent which absorbs easy. I'll get a good few uses from the sachet so I'll let you know my fuller thoughts in an empties post. 

Have you tried any of these products?

Friday, 14 June 2019

*Love Lula Beauty Box: June 2019

This month I received my Love Lula Beauty Box* the same day as everyone else! (normally mine lands a day or two after). I receive the Beauty Box free of charge as part of the Love Lula Accredited Blogger Program for an honest review.

As ever, there is a very generous 25% off the brands in the box!

This month's box is worth £48. And for a closer look..

There are two products from NATOrigin their Mascara and Eyeliner Duo  both black (£15.95+£7.95) which are fantastic. I tried them yesterday and was suitably impressed.

We received Ayumi last month in the form of a fabby body scrub. This month there's their Intensive Hair Conditioning Treatment (£8.99 - 150ml) which has a gorgeous aromatic scent. This looks like it will be perfect for summer and holiday hair. Again, looking forward to testing it out.

From newly re-branded FoM London is their Anti-Pollution Hydra Plump Serum (sample size) which is ultra-light, absorbs quickly and is fragrance free. Again, a review to come.

The final item is a sachet of Madara's Weightless Sun Milk SPF20 which is a new launch by the brand.

Are you a  subscriber? What are your thoughts on the contents this month?

Wednesday, 12 June 2019

*Love Lula: Seascape Island Apothecary Refresh Hand Lotion

I received this full size bottle of Seascape Island Apothecary Refresh Hand Lotion* in my May Love Lula Box which I receive free of charge as a Love Lula Accredited Blogger. It's a huge 300ml bottle and worth £16. My post contains one affiliate link.

The Hand Lotion comes in a box which I shoved in the recycling last week and is presented in a plastic pump action bottle which can be recycled. 

Refresh Hand Lotion has a delicious aromatic scent and is a blend of essential oils of Jersey Lavender to soothe and calm, Lemongrass to tone and refresh and Geranium to balance while natural shea butter nourishes and protects. It absorbs almost instantly leaving the hands feeling nourished and delicately scented. The light lotion is perfect for spring and summer use. 

To use: apply a small amount as and when needed.  What's your favourite product from the brand?

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

'Ku.tis Skincare: Body Butter

I received 'Ku.tis Skincare Grounded Body Butter in April's Skin Organic Clean Beauty Box which is scented with Orange and Patchouli. I fell head over heels for this fluffy butter which melts instantly on contact with warm skin.

I loved it so much I rushed over to buy two of the other varieties - Uplifting with Mandarin & Bergamot and Indulgent with Rose, Sandalwood and Vanilla.

Formulated with Shea Butter which deeply nourishes the skin and coconut oil which helps to keep the butter fluffy and light, which are blended with the finest essential oils. 

The body butters are a real delight, absorb instantly and leave the skin delicately scented and deeply nourished. Absolutely love! 

Monday, 10 June 2019

Beauty Pie Review: Month #6

I can't believe this is my 6th month as a Beauty Pie Subscriber. You can see my picks #1#2#3#4 and #5. This month I chose new JEJU Daily Multi-Phase Purifying Cleansing Milk (£28 - members pay £9.53) and Daily Rehydration Mist+ (£30 - members pay £9.49). They are fantastic, expect a review shortly.

My third pick was the Everyday Great Skin Foundation sampler (£5 - members pay £4.84) which is great to test out shades before buying full size.

My membership - £10 plus £9.53+£9.49+£4.84 plus shipping £3.36 = £37.22 instead of £73.

What's your No.1 product from the Beauty Pie range?

Sunday, 9 June 2019

Shopping my Stash #106

I took this pic on a really sunny day! My post contains one item which is a #productsample/AD.

I've been loving trying Eco by Sonia Eye Compost, which is their latest launch. It comes with a dinky jade stone applicator. I'm pretty impressed with how good this is. It brightens and plumps the eye area, reducing dark circles and smoothing out fine lines. 

Botanico Vida Omega Balm is a deeply nourishing balm which is formulated with Sacha Inchi Oil, the world's richest plant source of Omega 3, 6 and 9, Catorlatum TM, a new ingredient which naturally locks moisture into the skin, Argan, Avocado, Rosehip and Coconut oils along with Vitamin E and Calendula. It's great to use on dry skin patches, flyaways, hands and cuticles, lips and heels. This smaller size pot's perfect to pop in your handbag for instant moisture on the go.

The SPF30 Mineral Shield Daily Primer from Beauty Kitchen came in a kit - see HERE.  I really like this - it mattifies and smoothes the skin before foundation application. 

My friend Julie gave me the Herbivore Jasmine Green Tea Balancing Toner for my birthday. I'm a huge fan of this brand and have previously tried a few items from the range. This toner smells heavenly! It refreshes and balances (and is great for my oily T-zone).

I recently placed an order with Noble Isle and was sent some lovely freebies including this mini Golden Harvest Luxury Body Hydrator. I love it's gel like texture and subtle scent. I think it would be the perfect body product for summer and holidays.

This simple but luscious lip balm* from Wild & Precious is rich and nourishing. See my review HERE.

Rounding up my picks is the sublime White Peaches by Shay & Blue which I think is summer in a bottle. It's deliciously refreshing, sweet and floral. 

What have you been reaching for lately?

Saturday, 8 June 2019

Sandwick Bay Candles: Subscription Corner: June: Fresh Watermelon

Megan, at Sandwick Bay Candles had dropped some hints on the Facebook page as to what June's Subscription Corner candle would be and I was convinced the theme would be something sweet like candy floss but I was super surprised and delighted when Fresh Watermelon arrived! It's lush!


Inside this month is a juicy fresh watermelon candle which reminds Megan of long hot summer days when her dad would bring home a whole watermelon to cut up and enjoy.

Also inside is a cute little watermelon washi tape and a tealight in the new candle fragrance - lemon myrtle.

It's one of my favourite subscription boxes and this month's selection makes my heart sing. Sign up HERE.

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

NUXE Nuxuriance Ultra Luxurious Body Cream

I received this luxe nuxuriance ultra luxurious body cream by NUXE from my pal Julie as part of our birthday swap (previously she'd given me a sample size tube of it and I'd totally fallen head over heels for it) so I was thrilled to receive a full size pot. It really is heaven in a jar!

The anti-ageing body cream is formulated with saffron and bougainvillea bio-floral cells and has a delicious floral scent with notes of orange blossom, raspberry and sandalwood and the body cream has a rich cream texture. It'll nourish, smooth, strengthen elasticity, re-densify and firm. The cream absorbs almost instantly leaving the skin feeling deeply nourished and lightly scented.  It would be the perfect decadent after sun treat or to nourish dry winter skin. 

See the full Nuxuriance Ultra range HERE. What's your favourite NUXE products?

Tuesday, 4 June 2019

Zing Organics: Elevate & The Spa Body Oils

As you'll know I've been a subscriber to Zing Organics Monthly Hamper Club for a few months now (£29.50 a month). It's one of my favourite monthly boxes. You can sign up HERE (spaces for new members are limited so you are best to do it early on in the month if you're interested).

I've been enjoying both of these body oils - Elevate Body Oil in Immune & Mood Boosting Frankincense with Clementine came in my January subscription box (worth £25 for 80ml) and was the perfect treat to ward off the January blues! I'm nearly finished this one and I'll be sad when it's used up!

Formulated to provide intense hydration (all skin types), be nurturing and nourishing with a delicious scent. Grounding frankincense and uplifting Clementine make this the perfect treat to soothe and nourish both the body and mind. 

The oil is rich and luxurious and is created with skin loving oils normally set aside for facial skincare.

To use: massage a few drops over the skin for instant contentment, super soft and deliciously scented skin.

The Spa Body Oil in Warming and Comforting Cardamon, Patchouli & May Chang (worth £25 for 80ml) arrived in my St Moritz Apres Ski Hamper in February.

This oil is designed to be used by therapists in a spa situation to help clients feel pampered, to ease overworked muscles and to gently unwind. With nourishing oils and a spicy slightly citrus scent the oil uplifts and pampers.

To use: apply either as a body oil, for massage or add a pipette or two to a warm bath.

I've hugely enjoyed using both these body oils. Pick yours up HERE. What are your favourite products from the range?

Monday, 3 June 2019

*Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream

*gifted I received a pot of Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream for my birthday from my friend, Gillian. I'm sure I've used this before, but I can't remember liking it this much! (in fact it goes down as one of my top products of '19!) Packaged in a little retro style (reusable) tin the butter smells gloriously citrus.

It's a rich butter formulated with Sweet Almond Oil, Beeswax, Lemon Peel Oil, Cocoa Seed Butter, Candelilla Wax, Rosemary Leaf Extract, Vitamin E, Sunflower Seed Oil, Soyabean Oil and Canola Oil.

It's perfectly rich with a gloriously intense lemon/lime scent and it deeply nourishes the cuticles (I've also used as an hand balm and for flyaways!) What's your favourite Burt's Bees product?

Sunday, 2 June 2019

*rå oils eternal radiance harmonising & rejuvenating face oil

*productsample I've had the real pleasure of trying Icelandic rå oils eternal radiance harmonising & rejuvenating face oil (all skin types) (30ml - £65). The range has been formulated and created by a mother and daughter team, Elin and Frida, originally to address Frida's acne.

The products in the range can be bought at Cult Beauty and are handcrafted in small batches by Elin every week. The very best ingredients are sourced, products are Vegan friendly and the packaging is just as I like it, simple and stylish. The packaging is recyclable and the oils are housed in black miron bottles.

eternal radiance contains 100% pure skin loving oils of regenerating Rosehip fruit oil, calming Evening Primrose, moisturising Almond Kernel and protective Vitamin E along with Frankincense, Myrrh and Geranium. 

It'll smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, improve elasticity and circulation, hydrate and nourish and leave the skin looking radiant and glowy.

To use: after cleansing and toning massage a few drops over face, neck and chest AM and PM.

It's absolutely "magic in a bottle", my combo skin has been loving this sublimely scented oil.  Have you tried anything from the RANGE?

Saturday, 1 June 2019

*Blog Tour: Those who are Loved by Victoria Hislop

*complimentarycopy Today I'm on the Blog Tour for the fabulous Those who are Loved by Victoria Hislop.

Athens 1941. After decades of political uncertainty, Greece is polarised between Right- and Left-wing views when the Germans invade. 

Fifteen-year-old Themis comes from a family divided by these political differences. The Nazi occupation deepens the fault-lines between those she loves just as it reduces Greece to destitution. She watches friends die in the ensuing famine and is moved to commit acts of resistance.

In the civil war that follows the end of the occupation, Themis joins the Communist army, where she experiences the extremes of love and hatred and the paradoxes presented by a war in which Greek fights Greek.
Eventually imprisoned on the infamous islands of exile, Makronisos and then Trikeri, Themis encounters another prisoner whose life will entwine with her own in ways neither can foresee. And finds she must weigh her principles against her desire to escape and live.
As she looks back on her life, Themis realises how tightly the personal and political can become entangled. While some wounds heal, others deepen. This powerful new novel from Number One bestseller Victoria Hislop sheds light on the complexity and trauma of Greece's past and weaves it into the epic tale of an ordinary woman compelled to live an extraordinary life.
My thoughts?

I read this fabulous book in one sitting. I was totally and utterly engrossed in the story and wonderful Themis.

The story is set through the German occupation of Greece, the civil war and a military dictatorship and follows Themis's life. Her family and childhood growing up is a rowdy one as her brothers and sister have their own very firm political views. 

The story opens in 2016 when Themis is an old lady surrounded by her husband and family and later on that day, with two of her younger grandchildren, Poppi and Nikos she makes the decision to go back in time and tells them what her life was really like. She decided to walk the communist path and became a fighter during the civil war. She faced real hardship and a brutal island prison regime when she's caught. She forms a friendship at prison with someone who has her back and in turn Themis does something life changing for them in return. 

The history inter-weaved throughout the story is fascinating and the author very cleverly blends fact and fiction. It's an absolute triumph of a read and one of my favourite books this year. 

Friday, 31 May 2019

May Book Round-Up

*e-copy from netgalley for review. I seem to have slowed down a bit again this month. Here's what I've been reading in May:

*Blood & Sugar by Laura Shepherd-Robinson - I found this an atmospheric trip back in time. The author has so cleverly captured the sounds, smells, horrors, poverty, crime and darkness of the era. The story opens in 1781 with a death. A body has been left hanging from a hook at the dock, tortured and branded with a slaver's mark.

Captain Harry Corsham, a war hero hoping to embark on a Parliamentary path is visited by the sister of his dear friend, lawyer and abolitionist Tad Archer. She's worried he's come to some harm as he's not come back from a recent visit to Depford dock. He was on the cusp of exposing a secret which could have brought down a lot of important people and ended British slavery for good. 

Harry takes it upon himself to go and search for Tad and delves into what Tad was relentlessly pursuing. He's warned off time and time again and finds himself in some downright scary and threatening situations. His future career hangs in the balance and his family could be threatened but he finds he can't let go until he finds out what happened to Tad...

I was totally immersed in the story which was deeply descriptive, so much so, you could smell the stench and deprivation and feel the total fear of the slaves and the horrors of the slave ships. A great first novel which I recommend.

*Those who are Loved by Victoria Hislop - I'm taking part in the blog tour for this brilliant read (tomorrow!) so I'll share my review in my June Book Round-Up.

*Dreaming of Rome by T A Williams - a feel good and deliciously romantic tale. I took part in the Blog Tour for this book. See my review HERE.

*The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell - as ever, a brilliant "Lisa Jewell". It's not published until early August so I'll share my review in my August round-up.

*The Glittering Hour by Iona Grey - I simply loved this deeply enthralling story which was published yesterday (I so recommend it!)

Selina Lennox is a bright young thing who has a glittering future ahead of her. Right now though she's enjoying parties, drinking champagne and hanging out with her two dearest friends making sure to have as many laughs as they possibly can. One night having got separated by her friends after caring about what happens to a cat which was run over she randomly meets Lawrence Weston, a man who will change her life forever. He's a penniless but gorgeous artist and she finds they have an instant connection and she has an intense need and desire to see him again.

The story is set in two timelines - the 1920s and 30s and in the 30s we meet Alice, Selina's 9 year old daughter, who is staying with her frosty grandparents at the family pile while her parents are in the Far East. 

Selina sets out to make things more fun for Alice and concocts a treasure hunt, with the help of her old maid, Polly. Searching for the clues take Alice all over the house and garden where she meets the old gardener, Patterson. The story Selina hopes to tell Alice is about her life and how she came to be...

The chance meeting with Lawrence changes her life forever however Selina is expected to marry well whether she loves the man or not..

It's an absolutely amazing read which constantly pulled on my heartstrings (yes, you'll need tissues) I totally and utterly adored it.

Indian Summer by Sara Sheridan (Mirabelle Bevan #7) - such a fan of plucky Mirabelle Bevan! I raced through the latest edition which is a great read.

Mirabelle Bevan comes across a little girl sitting on a beach near the sea. She finds out she's from a convalescent home and takes her back. There she meets a nurse called Uma who she feels is acting strangely. The local priest is murdered closely followed by the disappearance of a nurse. Of course Mirabelle can't help herself and investigates further...

She's just getting back on her feet after her relationship with McGregor ended and meets a handsome doctor whom she's very attracted to. It seems though everyone on the force knows about it however! Vesta doesn't seem to have the time for Mirabelle these days since she had the baby and Bill seems distracted.

What follows is a fast paced and twisty read which I highly recommend!

From last month (had been awaiting publication):

*Bold Lies by Rachel Lynch (DI Kelly Porter #5) - I just love this series and the wonderful DI Kelly Porter. A murder in the Lake District appears to be connected with a double murder and a missing person in London. Kelly has to return to the Met and work alongside her ex, DCI Matt Carter. She's got mixed feelings about this but puts them aside to work with him and his Team on the case. 

People who assumed they were untouchable due to their place in society are found to be suspects and the race is on to find them and make arrests..

As ever, a fast paced and exciting story. It was also great to catch up with Ted and to see how Kelly is getting on with him. Their relationship is developing with mutual affection and love and Johnny, Kelly's lovely boyfriend. Thankfully in this book, Kelly's nippy sister doesn't feature too much! Roll on book #6.

What have you been reading this month?

Thursday, 30 May 2019

*Weleda Spring Cleanse Update

*productsamples I started my Spring Cleanse with Weleda back in April and I'm back to update you as to how I've got on.

*Birch Juice is perfect to use for a spring or autumn cleanse. It's tasty (either love or hate I'd reckon - earthy and herbal) and can be diluted in water, added to smoothies or stirred into yoghurt and should be taken 2-3 times a day. It'll detoxify, cleanse and purify the body leaving it feeling alive, bright and glowy. The branded Water Bottle is made from BPA free plastic and ideal for sipping on the go!

Birch Body Scrub very gently exfoliates and smoothes the skin. Natural plant wax pearls and pure plant oils remove dead skin cells while supporting cell renewal. Massage onto wet skin in circular motions paying special attention to thighs, hips and bottom before rinsing.

*Birch Cellulite Oil has a delicious lemony scent and is a rich oil which absorbs quickly onto the skin. Organic birch leaves which are rich in flavonoids purify and encourage metabolic activities while Rosemary leaves stimulate circulation and metabolism. 

*Bath Scrunchie Citrus helps to create a sudsy lather with your chosen body wash or use it with the Birch Body Scrub to whisk away dead skin and leave the skin glowy and healthy looking while the *Body Brush is best used dry before your bath or shower to stimulate circulation and help to assist with flushing away toxins (a full review on the body brush is forthcoming!)

I've really enjoyed the ritual of a Spring Cleanse. It's made me feel more energised and revitalised.  What are your favourites from the Birch Range?

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

May: Lately I've Been Loving

So many May loves..

The gorgeous Dook Luxury Handmade Salt Soaps have to get a mention! I fell head over heels for them this month. See my review HERE.

A new Armchair for me from NEXT.

An amazing lunch at Le Roi Fou one wet and cold Saturday. The food was simply stunning and I can't wait to go back!

The excellent invention of de Mamiel samples - perfect for try me or weekends away. See my review HERE.

Edinburgh Gin's latest invention - full strength Rhubarb & Ginger Gin. Totally delicious and very moreish.

Jo by Jo Loves 50ml which is a very unexpected and lovely gift from my friend Julie. We both have April birthdays but just caught up this month (reviews will be upcoming for all the gorgeous pressies she bought me - I was WELL spoiled!) I'm a huge fan of Pomelo (and Smoked Plum & Leather). This is the scent Jo Malone created for herself. It has notes of Grapefruit, Bitter Orange, Lime, Spearmint, Guaiac Wood, Cedarwood, Vetiver, Hedione and Black Pepper. It's simply stunning! 

I jumped for joy to receive an e-copy* of Black Summer by M W Craven (Washington Poe #2) via Netgalley. I fell head over heels for characters Tilly and Poe in the first book in the series, The Puppet Show. So far I'm loving it! (You can pre-order your copy HERE).

What have you been loving this month?

*complimentary e-book

Tuesday, 28 May 2019

*Blog Tour: Dreaming of Rome by T A Williams

*complimentary e-copy 

Today I'm on the Blog Tour for Dreaming of Rome by T A Williams:

Jo has had enough of handsome men. After a painful break-up, she’s decided she doesn’t believe in love.
Then, while on a professional trip to the magical city of Rome, she meets Corrado, a scientist and her brother-in-law to be, who doesn’t believe in love either. To him, it’s just a biochemical reaction. So what’s the problem?
Well, he’s gorgeous for a start, as well as charming, generous, intelligent and attentive, and she feels herself immediately falling for him, despite her new outlook.
The majesty of the Eternal City brings them ever closer together. But is their relationship doomed, or will love conquer all?
Heartbreaking and hilarious in equal measure, Dreaming of Rome is a joyous and uplifting read from T.A. Williams, perfect for fans of Holly Martin, Tilly Tennant and Jenny Oliver

My thoughts?

Jo and Corrado meet when she's over on her dad's behalf to help with preparations for her sister's marriage to Corrado's brother. It's just her luck her soon to be brother-in-law is drop dead gorgeous. She's sworn herself off men however due to a recent painful breakup with an equally gorgeous man.

They hit it off and become friends although Jo does have romantic thoughts about him. He's just too good to be true, quite literally the perfect man. Plus she's fallen head over heels for his dog, Daisy and it seems the feeling is quite mutual.  Environmentalist Jo does want to meet her soulmate but is happy to be friends for now...

Unexpectedly, she returns to Rome to give a lecture (her boss had an accident and he sends her in his place). She's the star turn and even appears on local TV. She meets up with Corrado again and realises she's got strong feelings for him which aren't going to go away...

He invites her for a friends only no strings attached holiday on his yacht and what follows is one of the best holidays of her life. She's forever hoping for more and when her hopes are dashed she decides to take the amazing job offered to her by a Professor she met at the Conference in Rome and try her hardest to forget Corrado....

She goes back for Christmas and things happen which make you realise there could be a happy ending for Jo.. 

A gorgeous, totally feel-good romance which I devoured. 

Previous Books - Dreaming of Venice, Dreaming of Florence, Dreaming of St Tropez, Dreaming of Christmas, Dreaming of Tuscany

Genre: Women's fiction

Release Date: 6 May 2019

Author Bio: T A Williams lives in Devon with his Italian wife. He was born in England of a Scottish mother and Welsh father. After a degree in modern languages at Nottingham University, he lived and worked in Switzerland, France and Italy, before returning to run one of the best-known language schools in the UK. He's taught Arab Princes, Brazilian Beauty Queens and Italian billionaires. He speaks a number of languages and has travelled extensively. He has eaten snake,still-alive fish and alligator. A Spanish dog, a Russian bug and a Korean parasite have done their best to eat him in return. His hobby is long distance cycling, but his passion is writing.

Sunday, 26 May 2019

Skin Organics Clean Beauty Box: May: GLOW

Inside my May Skin Organics Clean Beauty Box are products to help make you GLOW. 

It's an absolutely fabulous selection this month - three new to me brands - which is always mega exciting! 


From new to me brand Avocadeau is their Facial Cleansing Bar which is worth £5. I'm looking forward to testing it out and a review will follow!

I'm a huge fan of lovely bowe organics and inside is their Lip Rescue Balm which is worth £6. I just reviewed it the other day - see HERE.

From Danish Grums (another new to me brand) is their 2-in-1 Raw Coffee Hand Scrub which is worth £14. This is delightful - scrubby and nourishing at the same time. A review to come!

From Danish brand, Jorgobe we have their Hydrating Glow Serum £34 which is fabulous. It really does make the skin glow! A review will be coming once I've had the time to test it out (first impressions are good!)

The final item is from known-to-me brand Lily Lolo and is a full size lipstick in shade Scarlett Red (I'm just getting into brighter colours and this is gorgeous!) It's worth £9.50.

An absolutely fabulous box again, are you a subscriber, what are your thoughts?