Reviewing products and sharing tips on skincare and makeup to help you become more Beauty Literate | skin type: dry, dehydrated, sensitive, itchy |
I have been known to get mine out at restaurant tables.
The steps and products I use when my monthly visitor comes to town and messes up my house!
A good body wash for dry skin cleans without stripping away its natural oils.
It's fine to cleanse with micellar water alone as long as it's efficient AND skin-friendly.
It’s time to add this heavy duty cleanser to your winter arsenal.
SLS - it has a place in your washing up liquid but not on your skin.
If dryness has you scratching your head (boom-boom!), give this a go.
Makes me happy as a cloud raining down hyaluronic lotion!
Moisturising your dry skin needn't be a sticky flammable mess - put down the Fifty:Fifty!
Triple threat: a relief moisturiser, mask and primer for very dry skin!
Eight Hour Cream has a cult following for a very good reason. It works.
A multi-tasker that primes, glows and protects. But not quite perfect.
I thought it would be ‘plain-sailing’ with this brand.
I had no idea finding a good sunscreen would be so hard. And this is not one of them.
Handy product for irritation but beware the white cast!
A weapon against weepy and infected skin. Skin and sanity saved.
No skill required, they do the work for you.
This nifty tool has made cleaning my makeup brushes a doddle!
The perfect tools for applying base products to dry skin.
Making the good old hot cloth cleanse a much gentler affair.
When your tweezers don't turn up in your knicker drawer.
Don't let anyone fool you that any old nail file will do.