TAG ARCHIVES: skin
A friend of mine a few months ago introduced the range of shower gels during one of our random trips to the supermarket late one night.
This was the first time I had ever heard of this brand but I was told that the scent of them is to die for!
I’ve been reading a lot of tweets lately from followers and my friends how the cold weather is taking its toll on their skin and hair.
Let me tell you, my skin and hair really struggle in this cold weather. My skin is oily/combination and in some areas very sensitive. My hair is oily as well, and I’ve made it no secret that I don’t enjoy washing it on most days.
This is my Winter Survival Guide to healthy nails, skin and hair. This is what works for me, so adjust accordingly to suit your nails, skin and hair type.
I am thankful that it doesn’t snow in Australia (not in the capital cities anyway) which helps ever so slightly. Here are some things you can look into to help you Winterproof your skin and hair… READ MORE
Q. I hear so much about Rosehip Oil. What is it? And why is it such a big deal?
A. Well, Rosehip Oil isn’t that much of a big deal if you don’t care about your skin or don’t have a set skincare routine.
Rosehip Oil comes from the rose pod or seed after the petals have fallen off, so when you first smell it don’t be surprised that it don’t smell very rosey. READ MORE
So, if you didn’t know my favourite scent in the entire world is Sweet Pea and Jasmine. It kind of explains why my signature scent is ‘L’ by Gwen Stefani. It doesn’t entirely smell of Sweet Pea & Jasmine, but I know that it is one of the elements to the Gwen Stefani perfume.
The other day I went shopping and bought myself some Ecoya products I’ve had my eyes on. Ideally I would have loved to buy all of the Ecoya Sweet Pea & Jasmine range, but this particular shop doesn’t stock them all.
So, these are the things I picked up…
Several months ago I posted about KORA Organics 3 Step Skincare Routine, which is probably the best skincare products I have ever used.
I’m a huge fan of Miranda Kerr and of her skincare range. It’s certified organic, doesn’t test on animals, most of the products are vegan. And if it can’t get anymore awesome than that, it’s also Australian made and owned, which means we’re all keeping it in the Aussie family.