Skincare

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish | Review

jodie / 22nd October 2014

You know the dilemma you face when you need a new cleanser, but haven’t shaken up your routine in so long you don’t really know what the best option is? That was me about 3 months ago. After doing a whole lot of research on cleansers, I decided to try out the famous Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser. Praised…

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Makeup

Benefit The Porefessional Primer | Review

jodie / 3rd October 2014

Primers are not a new thing; they’ve been out for a few years now, but I’m still not sure how I feel about them. Some of them can leave skin feeling lovely and smooth, a perfect base for foundation, but then halfway through the day, my makeup has slid off, or settled into every crease or fine line on my…

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Eyes, Skincare

YSL Forever Youth Liberator Eye Zone Serum | Review

jodie / 3rd September 2014

I bought this with my first ever pay cheque from my first proper job, so you’ll forgive me (’cause I sure as hell won’t) for waving goodbye to almost £50 for a piddly amount of liquid that’s supposed to sort out my panda eyes. The things we do for vanity… This serum claims to target “the whole panoramic eye zone:…

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Skincare

I didn’t choose the Sluglife, the Sluglife chose me

jodie / 31st August 2014

If you’ve ever frequented r/Skincareaddiction on Reddit, then you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.  Those who live the “Sluglife” are the ones who coat their faces with Vaseline before bed. Yes, this sounds crazy and unnatural and goes against everything you’ve ever thought about skincare (hello blocked pores, oily skin that can’t breathe, amirite?) but I’ve tried it and want…

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Skincare

Balance Me Moisture Rich Face Cream | Review

jodie / 18th August 2014

Oh, how I wanted to like this moisturiser. I love the ethos of the brand – the naturalness etc., – and I was looking for a new moisturiser (I still am), but this upset my skin a treat. It smells very natural and herbal, has a lovely thick consistency, and it’s quite a mattifying formulation, so I imagine it would…

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