This month’s beauty buys included the most important item in my make-up bag: Tweezermans slanted tweezers.
I thought I lost mine and ran to Whole Foods for a new one,
of course I found it under my bed when I was vacuuming a few hours later.
The shampoo from Intelligent Nutrients is completely gluten-free and smells minty and up-lifting.
The tinted lip moisturizer is from my fave brand Ilia and is in the super flattering colour Blossom Lady.
I needed a new body moisturizer and this one by Balance Me smells lovely of rose otto and I like the fact they are stocked by Waitrose.
I also got a new christmassy red colour nail polish from Kure Bazar in Cherie.
Kure Bazaar is definitely my favorinte non-toxic nail polish brand as the polish is really long-lasting in comes in great on trend colours.
This month beauty buys included three repeat-buys:
My much loved Shu Uemura eye lash curler retired after years of hard graft and had to be replaced with another one, exactly the same.
I buy a new Ilia lipstick in In my bedroom every couple of months. It’s non-toxic and the colour is a mega flattering natural soft pink that manages to bring some swish to my gloomy autumn face.
Living Natures foundation (in Pure Fawn) is a great lightweight foundation without any nasties
It’s the perfect every day foundation and leaves the skin dewy and soft.
I needed a new blusher and tried out a few non-toxic ones before I settled for Jane Iridales beautiful mineral blush in Barley Rose.
French brand Kure Bazaar’s nail polishes are as natural they can be without compromising on performance.
I needed a boring base coat, but will defiantly try the deep red cherry coloured Scandal next time.
My second health column in Scan Magazine, a monthly magazine showcasing Scandinavian brands around the world.
You can read the article about what foods to indulge in, to get great skin here. (page 98)
( My first column about super foods you already have lurking in your cupboard is here page 96)
Or you can pick up a copy in scandi related hotspots in the UK, Germany, The Netherlands, The United States and Scandinavian countries.
This month’s beauty buys is my antidote to all the football, Minecraft and total disgust for the colour pink in my house.
My boys have reached the grand age of 11 and 7 respectively and are so totally boyish it’s ridicules.
For the whole of one week they styled their hair a-la Beckham before going to school, but now they just can’t be bothered at all, so much for future metro-men.
The hand crème from Lavera and the face wash from Melvita both smells beautifully of roses. (My absolute favourite scent!)
I can really recommend the mascara from Organic Glam if you are after super volume, high impact lashes without toxic chemicals.
And the Mermaid shampoo… well I would lie if I said the name and packaging didn’t seduce me (who would not like mermaid hair!) thankfully it’s all natural and smells deliscious, the only flaw is the price at £26 .
This is my anti-aging massage video!
I managed to pack my own bag, the kids bags and made them dinner in only 20 minutes as we set off to Stockholm this summer.
This is a record for me!
Needless to say there were necessary items that did not come with us, like body wash and shampoo, hence a mad rush for new products as soon as we landed.
I bought Bjork and Berries gorgeously scented Never Spring body wash .
Bjork and Berries describe themselves as an eco luxury beauty brand derived by Swedish nature and traditions.
The body wash contains no sulphates but a “mild preservatives”. You can get this brand in the UK and online.
I also got Estelle and Thilde shampoo and conditioner, another Swedish brand.
I find this shampoo keeps my hair clean for one day longer than other shampoos, it doesn’t lather greatly but certainly cleans well.
The conditioner first feels heavy when you put it in your hand but when you apply it to the hair it sort of disappears and it’s not heavy at all.
I can’t live without lipstick.
If I could only chose one product to use for the rest of my life it would be a lipstick and I’m particularly impressed with Ilia’s lipstick In My Room.
This is a repeat buy for me, I pray it’s never discontinued!
It’s the perfect nude.
I’m all for extra sparkle to my skin when going out and Living Luminizer by RMS does the trick.
It’s really subtle and sheer and very easy to use.
I apply it to my cheeks, bridge of the nose and just above the eye brows.
Hope you are having a great summer!
This video is about my skin care routine.
In this video I’ll show you have to make a really easy cream especially for eczema skin.
Of course no cream is going to remove the eczema, you need to deal with the underlying cause which can be very tricky.
When you take care of the eczema the skin should be kept moisturized and soft so it’s not getting extra itchy and that’s where a good cream is useful.
This simple homemade cream is easy to make and will in the long run be less expensive than lotions buy in the health store.
Also you can tailor the ingredients to suit your personal allergies.
Making the switch to natural, chemical free Make Up has never been easier with new exciting fashion-led brands.
If you like me want long-lasting make up in beautiful on trend colours, packaged in glamorous environmentally friendly cases your choice have never been greater!
In this video I show you my favourites and below are links of where to get them.
Hope you like it!
Make your own nourishing skin cream without any nasty fillers.
What you put on tour skin will end up in your bloodstream and this rose balm is good enough to eat.
Hi, I’m back from Spain where I never were make up just very big sun glasses!
But now I’m super ready for a put together look and especially something that minimize my pores .
I’m always on the look out for non toxic natural make up and in this video I show you my 3 favourite ones.
Living Nature Foundation (pure fawn)
Studio 78 Paris We oxygenize (no1)
Vapour Soft Focus (s100)