October 11, 2016

Alpha-H Liquid Gold is without doubt one my most recommended skincare products. 

I'll start with the packaging ....... its not fussy which I think appeals to both men and women.  

I guess what I'm saying is it's not too "Spa pretty" but the contents of this bottle, which is of course the most crucial factor, packs one hell of a punch!  

Liquid Gold is perhaps not for the faint hearted; so anyone who'd run a mile at the mention of an 'acid' should steer clear until they've tried something milder.  This treatment liquid is for those who want quick results, not in 30 days, but NOW!

Liquid Gold is a highly concentrated resurfacing night treatment.  For best results, saturate a dry cotton pad and wipe all over the face (avoiding the delicate eye area and lips), neck and décolletage 3 evenings a week.  I personally forego moisturiser as this technique allows the product to penetrate the upper layers of the skin without interruption from a cream.  

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October 9, 2016

To say I'm a little partial to Decleor skincare could quite possibly be the biggest understatement of the year!!  It's played a big part in getting my skin unde

October 8, 2016

My current favourite cleanser's EVER!!.

Neither of these are new to the skincare industry but I always seem to go back to these two old faithfuls.

Alpha-H Balancing Cleanser: This milky fluid is perhaps my all time favourite.  It effectively removes all face and eye makeup without the slightest sting or irritation (rare for my uber sensitive eyes).  The end result is clean and hydrated skin.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish: This baby doesn't really need much of an introduction!! It's highly popular and VERY effective.  Again, it removes every scrap of makeup and the muslin cloth gently buffs away the dead skin cells.

Both are relatively inexpensive and easily accessible.

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Disclaimer: Any skincare that works for me may not work for you.  I always recommend a patch test before putting any product to it's full use.