I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, beauty/skincare blogging is expensive and means I can never really get into a routine. I’m forever being introduced to new products, whether it via a recommendation on Instagram or being sent products by brands. I’m fortunate enough to receive and buy products all the time, although maybe my bank balance feels a little differently. Anyway, enough of the waffle, there are a number of skincare products I’ve been trying over the past couple of months and I thought I’d share with you some of my favourites.   Dr Jacksons 07 face…

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Sometimes I’m lucky enough to be invited to new product launches, and recently I attended Dermalogica’s Charcoal rescue masque event at Liberty London. Not only was I super excited to attend an event at Liberty, a blogger’s dream, but have always wanted to try more Dermalogica products. Without going into too much detail, charcoal (particularly activated) can provide many benefits to the skin. It draws out bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and excess oils to the surface of the skin. It’s also proven to help fight acne. Particularly for us girls that work in London, pollutants and other nasties attach themselves to…

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Since blogging, I’ve developed an unhealthy obsession for skin care, particularly the high end kind. I hate to admit it, but for years and years, I was a face wipe and no moisturiser kinda girl! Now, I have a 3 step daily routine (both day and night) and spend far too much money each month, particularly on Clarins. Like most beauty bloggers, I have always got my eye on certain “hyped” products, although recently, they’ve all been on the pricier side, sorry bank balance!   Let’s start from the top left hand corner of the picture and move clockwise.   Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel /…

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