Aesop Marrakech – This is an unconventional fragrance for most; the heavy notes of cardamom, patchouli, neroli, jasmine absolute, clove and sandalwood rarely feature in our favourite fragrances but if you’re looking for something reminiscent of Marrakech spice markets you won’t be disappointed.
Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster – When a very high number of skin concerns such as acne and wrinkles stem from skin dehydration, it’s imperative to step up your routine and incorporate some kind of intense moisture and that’s where Hydraluron comes in. The gel textured serum uses premium grade hyaluronic acid from the Netherlands that attracts 1,000 times its weight in water making it far more superior to many moisturisers in the market. Skin is softer, smoother and hydrated in just days.
Rodin Olio Lusso Luxury Body Oil – Dubbed as being the most expensive body oil in the world this is most definitely every bit of luxury. The sleek and chic bottle houses a blend of power oils including argan, jojoba, evening primrose, sweet almond, apricot, orange flower rose and calendula to leave skin supple, soft, radiant and sweet smelling thanks to rare jasmine oil. Place over the radiator whilst in the bath for a warm and pampering treat.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye Serum Infusion – The latest addition to the Advanced Night Repair family, this serum promises to significantly improve the look of fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness, dark circles and dryness with its exclusive Chronolux™ technology which helps skin optimize its natural renewal processes to improve the look of the fine lines and wrinkles, hyaluronic acid and powerful anti-oxidants.
Topshop Morning Dew Creme Blush in Morning Dew – Warm weather calls for easy formulas and cream blush only requires a couple of dabs across the cheekbone. Morning Dew is a pretty pink which goes from creme to powder instantly.