Category: Skin Care

All things makeup, hair and skincare

Ethical beauty – wedding preparation.

Holy Moly – weddings are hopefully starting back up again soon. Can you believe it? I always get asked for my tips on skincare in the lead up to wedding days. Below are a few of my tips for ethical beauty and wellbeing tips in preparation for your wedding. Meditation Bet you didn’t see that

Preventing and treating maskne (mask acne)

Pandemic + masks = maskne. Most of us have experienced this in some way or another over the past few months. Let’s look at preventing and treating maskne (mask acne). Prevention Spots can appear when our pores are clogged. This isn’t always the case and there are many factors to consider if you have acne.

Important tips to know before your wedding day!

Makeup is definitely not for everyone and therefore not everyone wants/needs/or has to wear it. However, if you are considering wearing a little (or a lot) for your wedding day, here are some tips I have picked up along the way. Book a makeup artist early: Most of the more experienced artists tend to get

Caring For Your Skin Over Summer

Sssh, I dont want to say it too loudly, but the sun is out and fingers crossed it will stay for a while. Being in the UK, we often overlook the importance of taking care of our skin in the sunshine, but even on cloudy days, it is so important to protect our skin from

Mens Skincare – Bath Chronicle

Skincare routines for men are often overlooked, considered less ‘manly’ or wasted time when you could be in the pub (trust me guys, women feel this too sometimes), but skin care for men is just as important as it is for women. Starting with even the basics will make such a difference to the way

Skin Care Products and Their Ingredients

Today I want to tell you about about skin care products in general, and the ingredients which they contain. Skin Prep Skin prep is so overlooked when it comes to the daily routine of make-up application, but it is the most important step to getting a flawless base. We sometimes have a tendency to overload

DIY Winter Facials – Bath Chronicle

Want to ensure that your face is able to brave the cold winder months? Then I’m here to help! Moisturise It’s a good idea to have a separate moisturiser for the summer and the winter; a rich, thick moisturiser, like Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Deep Moisture Balm, throughout November to March is ideal. However, if after

Teenage Skincare

‘For the first 30 years of your life, you get the skin you were born with, then you get the skin you deserve’. This quote shocked me in to taking care of my skin. I only wish I’d have known sooner. It is so important to take care of your skin from an early age,

Skin Care and Hair Routine

I’m a sucker for a good on trend product. But what that really means is that I end up with a lot of products that I a) don’t like or b) just don’t work too well on my skin. It’s my 29th birthday tomorrow (woohoo) and over the past 15 years I have been trying