Typology Skincare Routine for Oily Skin (AE+)

The products mentioned in this post were gifted by Typology Typology is a vegan and cruelty-free skincare company in France. They focus on natural active ingredients, sourced from sustainable farms, that are pared back to the essentials. The care for the environment is reflected in their packaging too, with recycled…

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Keys Soulcare Skincare Review

The products mentioned in this post were gifted in exchange for a review by Influenster and Keys Soulcare. Keys Soulcare is a skincare line created by Alicia Keys in collaboration with a certified dermatologist. The range promotes nurture of the soul as well as the skin, with affirming mantras printed…

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Where to Buy Korean Skincare in the UK?

If you’re looking to get into using Korean skincare and beauty products, then you’re probably wondering where you can buy it in the UK! As well as purchasing from global retailers, there are many online stores based in the UK where you can find a great selection of KBeauty products. …

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Green People Foaming Face Wash and Day Solution Moisturiser Review

Recently, the lovely brand Green People reached out and kindly gifted me some products to review. They were kind enough to read my blog and pick out some of their products that they thought would best suit my skin type. These were the Foaming Face Wash and Day Solution Moisturiser.…

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The Body Shop Face Masks for Oily & Combination Skin

The lovely Chloé from ChloBlogs kindly sent me these products from The Body Shop to review! I told her that I had combination/oily skin and she sent me these face masks which are ideal for this skin type. Chloé is a consultant for The Body Shop At Home, so if…

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Beauty Subscription Boxes in the UK | Which to Buy?

Beauty subscription boxes are a great way of trying out makeup and skincare products for less. Normally around £10 a box for a subscription, and around £30 for a limited edition box, beauty boxes offer a selection of both tester and full-size products at a price far lower than their…

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The Ordinary Vs The Inkey List: Which is Better?

When it comes to affordable beauty, The Ordinary and The Inkey List are two brands at the forefront of the budget skincare world. These two brands get compared to each other fairly often due to the fact that both brands are affordable, focus on single ingredients and use simple packaging.…

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