Have you been intrigued by the surge of facial crystal rollers on the market recently? Well, so have I. Thanks to Zudoya I’ve been lucky enough to trial one over the last few weeks and I wanted to share the concept with you all.
Azelaic Acid has actually been around for quite a long time, lurking quietly in the depths of the beauty world as somewhat of an unglorified hero pretty much up until the recent past. Now however, this quiet achiever is getting a lot of attention from skincare companies and consumers alike, but what is so special about it and why should you care?
Cleansing my skin is one of my favourite times of my daily hustle. There is nothing like ridding your face of pollution, dirt and impurities at the end of a long day and it’s one of my top rituals in my beauty routine. True to my nature, I like to experiment with skincare, especially with cleansers. I love discovering new formulations and ingredients, and cleansers that come in a different form or have different ingredients to the usual cleanser we are all familiar with. This post will cover some cleansers that have been on high rotation in my cleansing routine lately for one reason or another.
We all love to talk about the latest skincare, shampoo and body scrub obsessions on our blogs, but there’s a part of the shower routine for us females that no one really talks about and I’m here to discuss it: the topic of feminine hygiene washes.
I’ve been loyal to my wonderful professional model hair dryer for six years now. And while my Feather Jet is still going strong, I can’t keep my paws off the hair styling innovation from Dyson that’s changing the status quo of the humble hair dryer around the globe.
Curling your hair with a straightener seems like an easy thing to do in theory, yet can be a tedious and cumbersome task in practice. Luckily, ghd always comes up with the goods to ensure creating a soft wavy hairstyle is as easy and frustration-free as possible with their sleek and strategically designed stylers. In this post, I’ll go over how I create one of my fave hair looks, a soft and chic wave with their newly released ghd gold styler.
There is no denying that ‘green beauty’, ‘natural’ and ‘organic’ based beauty products are on the rise in popularity across the consumer market and have been for quite some time now. Once a rarity, now our shop displays are littered with products that claim to be on one end of the natural to organic beauty spectrum. From past events with some beauty brands, we’ve seen that sometimes, these claims are not always true (think back to the Organic Instinct scandal). Could companies be catching onto this consumer trend by labelling their products as ‘natural’ or organic to appeal to the wider audience, when in fact it could be a false statement?