I have discovered so much about what my skin likes and it tends to go for organic products. I find that organic ranges are so much kinder to my skin.
The Evolve Beauty range of organic, vegan and cruelty free products is a discovery from a blogging event, which I have not regretted since picking up the samples. I started using this range as part of my bridal skin care routine. This is not like any other skin care range that I have ever used or tested.
The older I get the more I worry about skincare and the products I use. With extremely sensitive skin and allergies to everything in life, I tend to stick to the products I know work for me and those which are organic and natural (most of the times).
So! Lets talk about the products that I have been loving/ obsessing over the last year.
Skincare is such an important part of our everyday lives and people go in search for that perfect skincare product or routine to achieve beautiful, smooth healthy skin. I am one of those people, constantly in search of products to make my skin smooth, plump, soft etc.
Who in the world does not know about Glam Glow! Even though I have heard of this brand being spoken about on every Youtube and social media channel, I had never tried it myself; not because I had didnt wanted to but because up until recently, it was harder to get this in the UK. Shipping cost are murder.
As I get older, I think I have become more aware of how my skins ages. It’s inevitable! so why not start taking care of your skin now and fight the signs of ageing early. I have been using anti ageing creams for a year now, I mean a great defence is a good offence (or something like that).
During the winter, once the temperature drops and the humidity levels decline, the drying air leaves our skin feeling dehydrated, dry and in some cases itchy. I have suffered with dry skin all my life especially in the winter months, I find that I have to take extra steps to keep my skin looking healthy and hydrated or I get quite itchy
Here are my top tips and tricks in combating dry skin in the winter months: