Are you into luxury skincare, or perhaps thinking you need to up your game on the skincare front but aren’t sure where to start? Skinstation could be that starting point for you.
More and more these days people are becoming conscious of the products they are using in the home, wondering what we can switch to, so we can all be a bit more eco-friendly.
Bottom line – if you are concerned about aging joints and skin and looking for an inside out as well as outside in approach to helping these areas of your body, you may want to look more closely at introducing hyaluronic acid.
With the rise of COVID-19, wearing a face mask has now become an essential part of one’s daily routine. Face masks help slow the spread of the coronavirus by acting as a physical barrier that limits its airborne transmission.
Crooked teeth, wonky smiles, gaps, and overlaps are all very common. Often, attempts are made to correct these issues when we’re in our teens, with uncomfortable braces and retainers. Unfortunately, these don’t always work, typically because we don’t fully commit to the process, or we choose not to follow through with aftercare. This can mean that our teeth move back over time and even after years of dental work, our smiles aren’t what we’d like them to be.
With a range of winter sales and offers on at the moment, now is a great time to do this as lots of brands have sales and deals starting ahead of Christmas. The other way you can benefit from these sales is using it as an opportunity to buy something that you would normally consider out of budget. So, for example is there a face cream you’ve always wanted to try but can’t justify the price, a scar treatment perhaps, or just some luxury products you’d love for the Christmas hols? With the level of uncertainty again in the world, everyone deserves a little treat.
It’s only right that there’s a perfume called obsession. Simply because there’s absolutely nothing wrong without being obsessed with amazing scents. The sense of smell is one of the most invigorating, especially for people who know exactly how to ignite it.
Do any of you remember as children the first fragrance or perfume you had? I remember having a bottle of Charlie Red and being obsessed with something called Tribe for ages. Anyone else remember that? It was a really funky black twisted bottle with a pink and blue lid. I also remember a time when I had what was possibly a rather questionable collection of impulse body sprays – anyone else?