Price: £22 for 30ml
Ingredients: Purified water, geranium water*, jojoba oil*, corn-based emulsifier, thistle oil*, borage oil*, vitamin e, manuka oil*, rosemary antioxidant*, geranium, juniper*, lavender*
Usually I go for products exclusively for oily skin but as I’ve been experiencing a fair bit of dryness on my face lately, it’s been a good time to try a moisturiser for combination skin.
I’ve seen Pai Skincare in my online travels and read some very positive reviews, so it’s exciting to test one of their products.
Price: £12.99 for 8g
Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron & Zinc Oxides
I’ve been happily using mineral foundation for a while now, so it’s always a pleasure to try out a new brand.
There are quite a few companies out there specialising in mineral make-up these days, so what makes this one stand out? Read on and find out!
A few weeks ago, the lovely Sharon of Maia Skin Care introduced me to her gorgeous range of products. Though I’ve been suffering from a strange flare-up on my face for nearly two months now, I couldn’t resist giving some of the products a try and have been really looking forward to posting my thoughts here on the site.
I was initially drawn in by the lovely selection of essential oils that the range uses and the simplicity of the formulas. I also discovered that Maia products don’t contain beeswax – olive wax is used instead – and I was keen to see how effective this alternative ingredient was.
As I’ve tried out a total of seven products from the range, I’m going to do another mega-review, so make yourselves comfy and read on! :)
Price: £11.49 for 59ml
Ingredients: Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base, Witch Hazel (natural herbal extract), Natural Grain Alcohol, Organic Aloe Vera, Calendula Oil, Mucopolysaccharides; Extracts of Fennel, Hops, Balm Mint, Mistletoe, Camomile, Yarrow, Horsetail, Coltsfoot and Nettle; Inositol, Panthenol (Vitamin B-5), Aubrey’s Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamins A, C and E), Amino Acid Complex (Cysteine, Methionine), Balsam Oil, Goa Herb
I’ve used this product as my safety backup for over a year now. Whenever my face is going through troubled times, the gentle formula takes care of my skin while still keeping it moisturised.
I first encountered the Suki range over a year ago thanks to the free samples that Debbie from Pure Skin Care often included with my orders. I did try them once or twice, but I think they just didn’t last long enough to wow me, plus the potential cost was a major concern. A little over a month ago, I was feeling a bit frustrated with my existing routine and Suki caught my eye again.
I decided to take the plunge and buy the anti-inflammatory mini-kit. Needless to say, I was very impressed and promptly purchased several full-size versions.
This is going to be something of a mega-review as I’m going to talk about all six products from this range that I use. So grab yourself a nice cuppa and read on!