I’m now in my mid 20’s and I am starting to notice that my skin is gradually getting older. I have more fine lines, dark circles and stress breakouts than every before. I’m always on the hunt to try anything that can help my skin turn back time, or prolong its youth. You can probably guess that I was so excited to try the Dr Botanicals Cocoa Noir Time Reverse Serum.
Last month I turned the grand old age of 24. I don’t feel too old but my skin has reached a point where it’s starting to tell me it needs a bit more TLC. I am a big believer of looking after your skin and I’m always up for trying new skin care, especially skincare from Nivea! Continue reading
November was a fun and festive month for me, kicking off with bonfire night and ending with all of the joys of preparing for Christmas and visiting Hyde Park Winter Wonderland. Here are the special things that I was loving in this busy month!
Nivea is one of my favourite skin care brands. I have used their products for years as they don’t irritate my skin, and provide great results and they’re super affordable. The new Nivea Crème range is no different.
I always like to keep my skin feeling replenished and moisturised. Once the weather changes to colder temperatures my skin tends to really suffer and needs that extra moisture. I have wanted to try a serum for a while but as you know serums tend to be very expensive. I then stumbled across these two in Superdrug for a really affordable price and had to give them a go!
So I’m a self confessed LUSH Cosmetics addict. My friends even call me the bath bomb chick as I have tried pretty much every bath bomb/or bubble bar going in LUSH. If I had to give you a list of my all time favourites it would be these 4 – I’ve done 4 as I’ll never be able to whittle it down to 1.
This blog post is about one of my all time favourite beauty staples. I keep this product stocked up in my toiletry cupboard so I never go a day without it.
Recently I have joined in on so many #bblogger twitter chats. Normally we get talking about skin care and the question ‘should I try Liz Earle?’ always comes up. So this post is to the girl that keeps eyeing up Liz Earle and needs more info on whether its just a hyped range of products or one that needs a space on your bathroom shelf.
Name: Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water – for sensitive skin
Price: £3.29 – (currently on sale at the mo in superdrug)
thebeautyanalyst score outta 10: 10!
I was attracted micellar water after first reading about it in a magazine quite a few months ago. Now i’m on my third 400ml bottle of the stuff I thought it was only appropriate to share how I feel about it on my blog!