Nude ProGenius Treatment Oil*

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With Spring Break 3 1/2 weeks away (can you tell I’m excited?) I’m in major maintenance mode so my skin and hair are in as good a condition possible. Every couple of nights I have supplemented my regime with a couple of drops of Nude’s Treatment Oil.

Thick in consistency, the oil is filled with Omega 3,6,7, and 9 meaning my skin drinks it up. It smells a little peppery at first, but the scent doesn’t last, what does stick around however, is the healthy glow the next morning. Since the oil is rich I don’t need to slather on a lot every night, but a couple of drops every so often is perfect, balancing everything out nicely.

What I love nearly as much as the results the oil gives, is its packaging. The silver lid holds a snazzy dropper with a button on top which sucks up the oil, and allows me to use it wherever its needed. The product as a whole is really well thought out, and since I only need a little at a time, I will be reaching for it for a while.

Nude ProGenius Treatment oil is priced at £58.00

Kiehl’s Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate*

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A quick flick through my previous posts would indicate that I’m pretty big on skincare. Lines scare me. Seriously, the way skin goes all dry and crepe-ey just freaks me out. So, at the ripe age of 23, I have quite the collection of anti-aging solutions.

Kiehl’s offering is a thick white liquid, which contains high percentages of pure Vitamin C, meaning that when I apply, my skin tone, texture and radiance should all benefit, at the same time as preventing those pesky crinkles.

I pat the serum on after cleansing and before moisturizing, giving it a couple of minutes to skin in and start working. Does it work? In a word – yes. I know I don’t have wrinkles to fill, but my skin definitely benefits from the extra step. My skin tone has evened out, meaning I need less coverage in my base, and I really have noticed a healthy glow.

The little bottle means that the product sits neatly in my skincare box, and I love the pump dispenser means the product stays hygienic and tidy, not to mention preventing me from using too much!

The concentrate is priced at £49.00 and is available here (UK) and here (US)

Aromatherapy Associates De-Stress Mind Bath & Shower Oil*

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Lying in the bath is one of my little luxuries – a couple of candles, a book and an hour or two can normally sort me out, but when I need a little extra help getting to my happy place, I turn to Aromatherapy Associates De-Stree Mind Bath and Shower Oil.

A mix of the finest frankincense, rosemary, and wild chamomile oils means a capful turns a regular bath time routine into a mini spa. Yes, the oils lack the fun of bubbles, but the smell is heavenly – fresh, relaxing, and not too strong. Once a capful of the bath oil has been added, I can feel any sort of care or worry melting away.

Not only do I love the oil and the effects which it has, but the glass bottle it comes in is really beautiful. It looks elegant in the bathroom, and allows me to monitor my usage. Since I only use the recommended capful per bath, I have a feeling I will be enjoying this oil for a while.

The oil is priced at £37.00 and is available here (UK) and here (US)

Looking Shady

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Even when you’re feeling a little rough, a pair of statement sunnies can elevate a look from blah to boring. Here I picked 6 of my favorites.

  1. A-Morir
  2. Jeremy Scott
  3. Elizabeth and James
  4. Moo
  5. Vintage Chanel
  6. Louis Vuitton

The Organic Pharmacy Rose Balm*

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I’m a sucker for a good balm, and the multipurpose nature of The Organic Pharmacy’s offering boasts over twenty uses. A mix of rose, argan, pomegranate, rose hip and calendula oils, the balm boasts some real heavy hitters for both moisturizing and healing.

Packaged into an easily portable tub, the balm is a little thinner in consistency than I was expecting – when you swirl your finger you get more of an oil than a balm, but it glides on easily and soaks in quickly. The scent is undoubtedly rose, although there is a faint fruity trace, which I’m guessing is thanks to the pomegranate. This means it lacks the old-lady element which you find with some rose fragrances.

I have primarily been using the balm as a lip product, although it also works nicely on cuticles and on any little bits of dry skin which appear. When I travel my skin tends to seize up, so I can’t wait to pop this in my carry-on!

Rose Balm is priced at £25.00

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