20 October 2014

My asian facial toner: Chidoriya Peach Moon Water

Let me introduce you my little beauty treasure of the moment: the Chidoriya Peach Moon water.
I have discovered this herbal toner while browsing online a while ago and got really tempted! I am a very big fan of toners in general and rarely do without one. Although I have written about my love for the Rose water, I decided to expend my area of testing to the Japanese beauty world of Chidoriya.
Fall season is almost on and when I bought this toner, I had a firm intention to find one really effective  that acts a bit as a skin booster. So... is Chidoriya Peach Moon water worth the purchase?


Product name: Peach Moon Water
Certified: no
Texture: liquid
For: all skin types
Price: 31$ for 120ml

My opinion

This pure herbal toner has been part of my skincare routine lately. The  medicinal plant that is used to make this hydrosol is called Shell Ginger and has been widely used in the Japanese herbal medicine. Quite unique and exotic, this toner carries the lovely ginger aroma. Fan of ginger or not, you are more than likely to enjoy the warm yet subtle and pleasant scent!

Also named Alpinia Zerumbet, Shell Ginger is a traditional plant from Japan and reknown for its potent anti-inflammatory benefits. Sheel Ginger is said to be wonderfully healing and regenerative due to the exceptional concentration of bioactives and anti-oxidants. Alcohol-free, this rejuvenating hydrosol is preserved with grapefruit seed extract. This preservative can be controversial depending on the method of extraction. The ingredient list does not specify the compound used for the extract. So in that case, I am not really able to comment too much on it.
Talking about the packaging design, well... I  love it! The perky green bottle is really cute and brings a certain edginess and fun to my beauty cabinet. My only wish would be to have a spray dispenser rather than a standard bottle opening -this would help much better to control the debit of the toner (as lot of product gets lost and absorb in the pad).

During my cleansing routine, I apply (or try to apply) a tiny amount on an organic cotton pad and smooth over my face (in the morning or in the evening or both depending on my skin needs). It is really refreshing. The effects on my skin have been really promising so far: my face is more radiant and unified, presents less irregularities, and is just really soft. My skin is also perfectly primes for moisturiser, oil or serum treatment.

Chidoriya Peach Moon Water is a pricey toner, no doubt. However, it could become my perfect mid-season toner - it ensures a real nice skin glow and that is a key feature for me. I would probably recommend to use it more as a cure and as a really special treat rather than as a daily basic toner. I can't wait to try more of Chidoriya (yes, I have already bought another product that I will review it soon, so stay tuned).
So…is it worth the purchase? I would definitely say: Yes!

++ unique scent and great results
- pricey and no spray

My overal rating: 9/10

Product composition: Alpinia Zerumbet (Shell ginger) hydrosol, Grapefruit seed extract.


What do you think of Chidoriya toner? fancy to try it?

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12 October 2014

Yes to Tomatoes Volumizing shampoo

If there is one thing that always need to look clean, shiny and healthy, then it's my hair. I have long chatain curlish hair: they are easy manageable I would say, easy to tie up in a chignon or leave it loose. I do not straighten my hair (no time and not too good for your hair either), and I like it that way…perhaps I stick to my natural look french beauty routine too!
Shampoos have a very important place in my bathroom. I have tried a lot and thought I would give my thoughts of one of them: Yes to Tomatoes Voluminizing shampoo.


Product name: Yes to Tomato Voluminizing shampoo
For: fine or long hair
Texture: light and creamy
Certified: no
Presentation: Bottle (big!)
Price: 9€ for 500ml

My opinion

This is my first tried and tested session for the Yes to brand. I actually bought it impulsively, also driven by the relative affordable price, but I was very happy to give it a go!
I'm not sure if you are like me, but one of my main shampoo expectations is to deliver clean scalp,  volume and shine to my hair. Aimed at long hair and named voluminizing shampoo, I think I could not go wrong with this one. It really defines and describes my hair type.
Looking closer at the content, the formulation is not bad at all. Enriched with some lovely hair loving fruit extracts and a blend of plant oils to nourish and soothe hair locks, the SLS-free formula of this shampoo seems quite impressive. The detergents selected are mild and gentle and are effective at cleansing away dirt and impurities.
Wondering about my experience?…Helas, the shampoo does not entirely work for me. Although it lathers really well and does a great job at cleansing, the results 2 days post-shampoo are just disappointing: my curly hair looks rather flat and also feels greasy. I have tried to use less product per usage or have tried to carefully double rinse but this did not improve the results.
Remember that shampoos are quite personal such as skincare and routine. I am not saying that this shampoo would not work on other hair type. It may, but it was definitely not my best haircare product.

….a disppointing performance!

My overal rating: 5/10

Composition: water (aqua), sodium coco-sulfate, decyl glucoside, lauryl glucosyl, dead sea water (maris aqua), glyceryl stearate SE, solanum lycopersicum (tomato) fruit extract, citrillys vulgaris (watermelon) fruit extract, chenopodium quinoa flower/leaf extract, ganoderma lucidum (mushroom) extract, prunus persicus nectarina fruit (nectarine) extract, capsicum annunm extract, aloe barbadensis leaf juice (aloe vera), olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, spirulina maxima extract, camellia sinensis leaf (green tea) extract, algae extract, ginkgo biloba extract, punica granatum extract, xanthun gum, citric acid, fragance (parfum), sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate

PS: While writing this review, I did try another shampoo from the range (I wanted to give another chance to Yes) And surprise surprise, the Nourishing shampoo Yes to Carrots has been a real winner! It gives me the healthy and voluminous locks that I have been dreaming on.

What do you think? Have you used Yes to Shampoos?
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05 October 2014

R.L. linden & Co Whole Lotta Roses probiotic mask

The best beauty advice for a healthy and smooth looking skin is to do regular home face treatments: a face exfoliation follow-up with a mask - a once/week pampering session!
During the summer, I was (once again) extremely excited when R.L. linden & Co sent me a beautiful package: their " Limited Edition seasonal summer box". An absolutely lovely parcel which contains many goodies, including the Whole Lotta Roses probiotic mask. I will review some of the other products in another post soon.


Product name: Whole Lotta Roses Probiotic mask
For: any skin tips
Texture: powder
Certified: no
Contenance: 30g

My opinion

The small glass pot is not even open and the wonderful and magical scent of the aromatic fresh floral blend of Rose discretly escapes the container and brings all senses into a very much welcome "relax" state. The expert ladies behind the brand, Lynn and Robin have done it again (remember my enthousiasm for the the Thousand Petals Beautifying mist): a magical scented mask!

The dark rose colour of the Whole Lotta Roses probiotic mask is stunning. This facial mask features a blend of excellent natural powders that have been recognized to soften and normalize the skin. To start, the main ingredient Pink clay helps to draw out impurities and clarify the skin (this clay type is really gentle for sensitive skins). Then you have the Yogurt powder which contains lots of proteins, but its main action is to gently exfoliate without irritating thanks to the lactic acid. Rich in vitamins and acids, the strawberry powder delicately refines the skin and leave it silky smooth. Also packed with Vitamin C- rich Rosehip and Rose powder, this mask stimulates cell renewal and really freshens-up any dull/tired looking skins. And for the final touch, a touch of honey that nurtures and moisturises the skin. What a brillant beauty concoction!

But the main question is: does the Whole Lotta Roses probiotic mask, with all its great ingedients live up to expectation and perform? And the answer is YES!
I love using it every week. My favorite way (aka the best results oberved) is when I mix 1/2 teaspoon of the probiotic mask with one teaspoon of organic Acacia honey. I apply it for 20 min (rarely more). I experience a slighty warm and tingling sensation on the skin but nothing really dramatic. Once timing is over, I then rinse away by massaging the face with lukewarm water: the tiny grains (perhaps from Rosehip) gently encourage the exfoliation process…and my skin is so smooth! I gently pat dry and quickly spray a bit of Jonzac thermal water. I have been repeating this ritual over the past couple of months and I am delighted with the results.
Although this mask was part of the limited eddition summer box, I really hope it will become a standard because it really deserves a permament place on the R.L. linden & Co shelves.

++ aroma and performance
- struggling to find any really

My overal rating: 9/10

Composition: Pink clay, rose powder, strawberry powder, yogurt powder, rosehip powder, honey powder, proprietary essential oil blend including Rose centefolia, Rose geranium & Linden flower essential oils.

What do you think? Have you tried it?
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28 September 2014

My little Acure Organics collection

If there is one US natural beauty brand that stands out for me, I would definitely say it is Acure Organics. I have been in love with their wonderfully soothing Argan oil  and their Cell stimulating face mask and after these excellent experiences, I thought I would get my hands on other products from the range.


Eye cream Chorella + Edleweiss stem cells
My dreams (almost) come true with this little pot of magical cream. This ultra-fast absorbing and soothing light cream brings a layer of comfort to the eye area. It repairs, it soothes, it calms and prevents any signs of premature ageing. Completely packed with ultra-repairing botanical oils, this eye cream also features some great actives known for their anti-puffiness and decongestionning properties.The little pot I bought a while ago (repackaged in a tube recently) is almost done: I have been faithful to it for at least 6 months or so. Every evening I really gently massage the eye area from the outer to the inner part in order stimulate lymphatic drainage. The scent itself is quite neutral but I do not mind.

Day cream Gotu kola stem cell + 1% Chorella growth factor
While end of summer is quickly approaching (but still lots of sunshine here in Amsterdam!), this moisturising cream is perfect if you are looking for something a little richer to use during the Fall season. The brilliant formula is spot on: plenty of gorgeous organic botanical oils, extracts and nutrients to nurture your face and it makes an ideal base before make-up.
I do not use this cream daily but only when my skin feels a bit too much dehydrated. As you may know, I am not that keen on having a "greasy" face, but I have no problems with this one. It leaves the skin perfectly smooth and matte. Thanks to healing Gotu kola stem cells and chorella extract, the cream has also great regenerative properties.

Night cream Argan stem cell + 2% Chorella growth factor
Whether or not you are a fan of night face oil or not, you may want to consider giving this little wonder a try. Packed with antioxidants (Curoxidant signature blend unique to Acure Organics) and skin repairing Argan stem cell extract, I am absolutely in love with this cream. The texture is superb and the effects are amazing. I like to apply it every time my skin feels a little stressed or is lacking the morning "glow". The next day, your skin feels ultra-soft (almost like a baby skin), repaired and very healthy.
In one word, it delivers…! Highly recommended.

Facial serum
Brand new and not tested yet! So stay tuned.

Just like before, my enthousiasm and love for Acure Organics is stronger thant ever. I am really keen to discover more and more their range!

Have you tried Acure Organics? what is your favourite product?

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22 September 2014

Bodhiluxe: my feature on French beauty

Bodhiluxe is absolutely stunning online magazine featuring everything G r e e n, L u X e, sustainable, from Food to Beauty to Lifestyle to Home….Big applause to Elijah founder of Bodhiluxe and the eco-luxe english beauty brand Bodhi & Birch and Gemma from buff beauty also editor of Bodhiluxe for their amazing job.

I had the privilege to write a post "the truth behind French beauty" on Bodhiluxe. Enjoy it here.
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21 September 2014

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish

As you all may know, face cleansing is one of my favorite parts in my beauty routine. It is such an important step that I am always keen to spend lots of time hunting for the "perfect face cleanser" (if one exists!). I already reviewed a few cleansers on this blog and I love this one and this one, so can Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish stands up the competition?


Product name: Cleanse & Polish Liz Earle
Certified: no
For: all skin types
Texture: white cream
Price: £14.75 for 100ml +2 muslin cloths

My opinion

The Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser is one of the top beauty products from the English skincare brand elaborated by Liz Earle. It is such an icon amongst (green and classical) beauty bloggers that I could not resist to trying it!
Although it is end of summer, I really wanted to experience a creamy cleanser during hotter days and figure out whether I would still enjoy it (or not!). I have a tendency to like the "splashy and fresh feeling" of cold water rinse for face cleansing but yet, I have decided to give a try to some more nurturing cleansing methods.
  Housed in a really nice and clean-cut blue bottle, the cleanser comes as a rich waxy cream that reminds me a bit of a really thick whipped creme fraiche. One pump delivers the right amount of product needed for one cleansing application. So far, great start! The system is handy, hygienic and perfect if you have to travel, so you don't have to worry about product leaking.
   I use mainly the Cleanse & Polish in the evening, massage it all over the face, insist on the make-up area that needs more attention and then wipe it off a few times with the provided muslin square damped in hot water (aka "hot cloth cleansing"). I tend to avoid the eye area as I prefer to use a specific natural eye remover.
  The scent of this cleanser is lovely. I am a huge fan of invigorating scent and Eucalyptus aroma really seems to adequately deliver the sensation of "freshness" that I am looking for. Infused with Rosemary and Chamomille essential oils, known for their antiseptic properties and enriched in moisturising Cocoa butter, the cleanser is really gentle and does a great job. My skin is left cleansed and soft.

However, as much as I would like to like it, I don't have the "whow" factor. Not sure why. I guess my expectations were maybe too high. Or perhaps I am just missing my Konjac sponge when using the Cleanse and Polish? Or am I still secretly in love with the Aurelia Miracle cleanser? Who knows…

  Lastly, I would like to draw your attention to the composition of this product. If you look at the ingredient list, you will notice the presence of some "not so green" ingredients, such as propylene glycol (used as a plant extraction medium), phenoxyethanol (used as a preservative), and polysorbate 60 (used as an emulsifier). I do think these compounds could easily be replaced by more natural and skin beneficial alternatives. So this choice of formulation is a bit a let-down for me, especially coming from a "naturally skincare company".

++ packaging and texture
- ingredients not 100%natural

My overal rating: 6.5/10

Composition: aqua (water), caprylic/capric triglyceride, Theobroma (cacao) seed butter, cetearyl alcohol, cetyl esters, sorbitan stearate, polysorbate 60, glycerin, cera alaba (beeswax),  propylene glycol, Humulus lupulus (hops) extract, panthenol, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) extract,  Anthemis nobilis (chamomille) extract, Eucalyptus globulus (eucalyptus) oil, limonene, citric acid, phemoxyethanol, benzoic acid, ethylhexylglycerin, dehydroacetic acid, polyaminopropyl biguanide.


Have you used the Cleanse & Polish? What do you think?

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14 September 2014

My skin boost of hydration: Jonzac thermal water spray

If you are a fan of French beauty brands (read my post about where to natural beauty shop in France; I also talked about french products here and here and here and here), then you may be really familiar with the pharmacy-type brands La Roche Posay, Avene, Vichy…They all evolve around a one key ingredient: the thermal spring water.


So today I want to introduce you another French brand that became one of my favorites this summer. Also because it is the likely reason why my skin feels and looks so healthy recently. It is called the Jonzac thermal water.

For those who don't know, the thermal spring water is known for its therapeutic and skin curative properties, which have been accredited by the French Academy of Medicine. Please notice that not every beauty facial spray with "water" can be easily recognised as such, so read the labels when you purchased a face mist. Starting as hot water (hence "thermal") at a stunning 1850m of depth and after being filtered through the massive rocks, the natural mineral water from Jonzac becomes a soothing, pure and perfectly mineralised end product.
Its unique, rich and preserved content makes it suitable to any types of skin, particulary the ones prone to redness and inflammation. The good proportion of zinc helps skin healing and soothing. The cell regeneration processes are boosted, which helps the skin to look more radiant and moisturised.

I have been using Jonzac thermal water for a couple of months now, mainly after face cleansing. The spray allows a fine dispersion. I often wait a couple of minutes before gently pat dry. Then I nicely prepare my skin to receive the night serum/oil or my morning moisturiser. It can complement very nicely the toner actions too. In 3 words, I like it!

Retailing at a very affordable price (around 7€ for 200ml) and also available in a travel format as well, Jonzac thermal water is an excellent beauty staple in anyone's skincare routine.

….awesome to any thirsty skins!

What do you think? Have you already incorporated the thermal water in your beauty routine?
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31 August 2014

French beauty brands from the mountains...

The Alps form a magnificent and breathtaking natural spectacle - the white mountains, the pine tree forests, the green grass fields with grazing cows, stunning waterfalls, wild flowers (arnica, gentiane…) growing happily in high altitudes... and so on so forth. It is an obvious proof of what nature has to offer - wild, fresh and pure.


Spending my holidays there, on the French side of the Alps, I thought I would share with you a few french beauty brands (or products) that have been inspired/created by the mountains.

The first one is Pure altitude, a luxury beauty line. Originally it was exclusively created for  "Les fermes de Marie", a famous spa in the rich village of Megeve, but now can be found in other places and shops too. Edelweiss being their signature ingredient, Pure altitude combines efficacy, pleasure and well-being. For those who don't know, Edelweiss is a rare mountain white flower that only grow in an immaculate environnment. Its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are particularly appealing to sensitive and ageing skins.
The brand features 3 different skincare lines which one of them is certified organic by Ecocert.  If you are more interested in bodycare products, then check their wonderful body beauty oil or body scrub which sounds both really divine!


The second brand I would like to mention has been created by "Les thermes de St Gervais" and offers a range of skincare products featuring unique thermal water that originates from the privileged settings of the Mont-Blanc. Although all the products (helas!) are not 100% natural, I essentially want to focus here on the benefits of the thermal water used in the formula and which is (luckily!) available as a water spray on its own. This unique, pure, and isotonic water offers excellent therapeutical properties due to its exceptionnal composition: highly mineralised and rich in oligo-elements. St Gervais thermal water is often recommended by dermatologues when you suffer from skin conditions such as exczema, psioriasis or acne. Not only St Gervais water helps to promote wound healing, but its anti-inflammatory qualities are amazing too. It is a bit less well-known than Avene or La Roche-Posay but worth a look. I will soon dedicate a future post to all the (great) thermal waters sprays you can get in France and why we (I!) are all crazy about them.

The final brand I would like to mention is Huiles et Baumes, a French company that offers their own range of skincare/bodycare plus a plethora of raw plant oils, essential oils and much more. The Ecocert certified line features alpine pure spring water in all of their product formulation. Based in Annecy (if you have not been to this truly beautiful lake in between amazing mountains, then you are missing something), this line is mainly aimed at sensitive and dehydrated skins. Most of the products feature Activalps, a skin protective and calming complex made of eldelweis, genepi and arnica extracts. If you are a beauty oil and balms lover, then you may be tempted by their lovely SOS alpine balm or their lovely collection of 100% pure plant oils. All in all, worth a look!

Any questions or comments? let me know!

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24 August 2014

Skin Likes natural deodorant

Scent, smell, fragance: broad topic! If you are a avid reader of my blog, you know that I am quite sensitive to a product's scent (perhaps who is not?).
I have not reviewed many deodorants so far, the main reason being that I have not been convinced by any and/or I also need to test some more.
However, one stood out (from the ones I used) and thought it would deserve a bit of attention in a specific post. Jim Steele, the founder of Skin likes generously sent me its creation, a 100% natural deodorant to sample and after many months of use, here is what I think.
































Product name: Skin Likes natural deodorant
Certified: no
Texture: gel (liquid)
For: ladies
Price: £10.00 for 70ml

My opinion

I am going to be honest. First impression: the packaging is so so-not enough attractive or glamorous, it looks almost a bit cheap.
Straight to the content now. I love it! The base of this deodorant is scottish spring water (which sounds really soothing) along with a mix of essential oils whose names have not been displayed. I contacted Jim to learn a bit more about the essential oil mixture, but he did not want to reveal the secret formula. My skin (in that area) can be sensitive to some essential oils, but luckily my delicate armpits tolerates the ones Skin Likes uses. I do not get any sort of reactions/irritations.
The roller glides very well to leave a thin and aromatic watery layer that really smells wonderful. I love the scent. Fresh, light yet strong.
Another benefit of this deodorant is that it does not leave white marks. Who has not been bothered by those indesirable white marks on clothes or under the armpits just after application of classical deos? So that's a great plus!
The retail price seems a bit high, but let me tell you that this deodorant, contrary to some sprays, lasts a very long time.
So, all in all, I love it a lot. The only thing, perhaps for some, is that I felt I had to re-apply in the afternoon to ensure a confortable protection until the evening. I does not bother me too much, but I see that it can be a bit unpractical.
So if you are looking for a very nice green alternative to classical deodorants, I would highly recommend this one. I have been pleasantly surprised by my experience (not hiding that I was a bit dubitative at the beginning). So here we go.
Last message for all my male readers out there: do not be jealous because you have one version specifically created for you!  Have a look on their website for more info.

++ lovely scent, no white marks
- emballage, does not last the full day

My overal rating: 8/10

Composition: Scottish spring water, bicarbonate of soda, xanthan gum and a special blend of bacteria-busting therapeutic essential oils.

Have you tried it? which deodorant(s) are you using?
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17 August 2014

Therapi skincare: Orange blossom gel cleanser and Lemon myrtle honey moisturiser

I have noticed that many of you are fan of honey (and so do I!), so listen. Therapi skincare, an english skincare beauty compagny certified organic by the Soil Association have recently launched a skincare line using honey as their key ingredient. Therapi offers a luxurious collection of three ranges specifically suited to the following skin type:
-Rosso Otto range for normal/dry skins.
-Orange Blossom range for normal skins of which I would be reviewing the cleanser.
-Lemon Myrtle range  for combination/oily skins of which I would be reviewing the moisturiser.
Big thanks to the Therapi team for kindly sending me these products.


Orange blossom honey gel cleanser N1

Therapi uses a beautiful and stylish white glass bottle as packaging format. Glass is a superior packaging option to ameliorate and protect the longlife shelve of a product. Easily recycled, glass is a very environnemently solution and I think this is important too. The cleanser comes with a handy pump dispenser that delivers a quite liquid gel... perhaps a bit too liquid to my taste. Having said that, the light brown/yellow colour of the cleanser looks yummy and reminds me of the honey texture. Well, no surprise, this cleanser contains a good proportion of honey, an awesome skin-friendly ingredient! Slightly foaming (there is a bit of Yucca extract which contains natural detergents saponins in addition to other gentle detergents) once you add water, it brillantly removes all traces of make-up and dirt and leaves the skin refreshed and invigorated.
I really enjoy using this cleanser in the morning as it brings a lot of peps and freshness to my routine, thanks to the fruity and citrussy aromatic essential oil blends. In the evening, I often use it with my Konjac sponge and this duo is a winner: it provides a super cleansed and glowing face. Not forgetting to mention Sea bucktorn oil present in the formula which is beautifully healing and regenerating.
Scent wise, it again stands out for me: a subtle mix of neroli and bergamot aroma with sweet orange peel oil on top which not only brings sweet and tangy notes but actually aims to bring some glow to the skin.
++ cleansing effect and really gentlte
- slightly too runny

Price: £25.00 for 100ml
Composition: Aqua, mel* (Honey), lauryl glucoside, decyl glucoside, cocamidopropyl betaine, gluconolactone, xanthan gum, Hippophae rhamnoides (sea bucktorn) oil*, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder*, Yucca schidigera (Y vera) extract, Citrus aurantium dulcis (sweet orange) peel oil*, Citrus aurantium bergamia (bergamot) fruit oil*, Lavandula angustifolia (lavander) flower oil*, Citrus aurantium amara (Neroli) flower oil*, sodium benzoate, calcium gluconate, parfum*, limonene+, linalool+
*organic
+naturally ocurring in essential oils

Lemon myrtle honey moisturiser N3

This onctuous creamy moisturiser has been carefully designed to hydrate yet clarify combination/oily skins.
Composition wise, I really like it. You find astringent witch hazel water, healing hemp oil, anti-bacterial honey, moisturising jojoba oil and apricot kernel oil plus a great collection of essential oils (lemon tea tree, grapefruit, lavender lemon myrtle) selected for their purifying and antiseptic properties.
Texture wise, it is slightly rich but if you only use like a pea size of cream to massage the entire face, it then just absorbs so fast and really keeps the skin hydrated and matte at the same time.
I occasionnaly (actually often!) even use it as a night cream as well. Well, let's face it: I am a bit addicted to this cream and its delicate scent. I just find it very well formulated and really pleasurable to use. Last point: bare in mind that this cream preservation system only lasts 6 months.
++ results
- expiration time

Price: £30.00 for 50ml
Composition: Aqua, Hamamelis virginiana (Witch hazel) water*, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) seed oil*, Cannabis sativa (Hemp) seed oil*, polyglyceryl-3 rice brannate, Helianthus anuus (Sunflower) seed oil*, Cera alba* (beeswax), Alcohol*, Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) kernel oil*, Mel* (honey), lecithin*, Olea europaea fruit oil*, Amorphophallus konjac root powder, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder, Backhousia citriodora (Lemon myrtle) leaf oil*, Leptospermum petersonuu (Lemon tea tree) oil*, Citrus grandis (Grapefruit) peel oil, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) flower oil*, gluconolactone, soduim benzoate, calcium gluconate, parfum*, limonene+, linalool+
*organic
+naturally ocurring in essential oils

As an overall, Therapi offers a really lovely skincare line and I would be more than eager to complete my trial by adding their antibacterial facial toner.

Have you tried some of these products? what do you think?
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