A short and sweet Skincare of the Week this week because I was ill, and hanging around a cold bathroom taking pictures of my skincare (like you do) took a deserving backseat to me being wrapped up in the duvet, and slathering myself in Pommade Divine, frankly. Nothing better for a sore nose than Pommade Divine, if you ask me.
Anyhoo, yes, I’m still a bit obsessed with Tata Harper, but I’m finally swapping things around a bit, they’re still great products, but I do need to keep mixing things up a bit. I was in the mood for something rosy on Monday, so I pulled out my bits from the ByTerry Cellularose range, including the cleansing oil, and the Hydra Toner both of which are softly scented with rose, and leave the skin soft and clean without stripping. I followed those up with Pixibeauty H20 Serum and Glowtion Day Dew after prepping with their rose oil blend. I have to say, the H20/Glowtion combo is quickly becoming a firm favourite, adds hydration and glow without greasiness, and no matter how little sleep you’ve had, always leaves you looking well rested – a great base for foundation, too.
A new brand I trialled this week was Eloquence Beauty, which is based in Chester (my old home town!), and their Eloquence Beauty Nourishing Treatment Oil made it into my routine this week when I realised I needed a little more oomph than Tata Harper Rebuilding Moisturiser alone could provide. Eloquence specialise in mid-price beauty products (the 50ml oil costs £29.99 and is the most expensive product in the range) containing Sacha-Inchi oil, which is high in fatty acids and proteins, and is similar in effect to argan oil. It absorbs quickly, and I’ve enjoyed using it, but I’ll be trialling a few more bits from the range in the coming weeks.and I’ll be sure to let you know how I get along.
But mostly, this week is dedicated to Pommade Divine. And Kleenex. And duvets.
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