Natural beauty and well-being

09 December 2016

Fall comforting textures

December- as much as I love this month for all the festivities it brings, I have to say that my skin tends to struggle a bit more and become more sensitive than usual because of the low temperatures and the rougher weather conditions.
However, I have find a really nice green beauty trio that really helps my skin through this cold period. Have a look below!

Barefoot SOS Nourishing Cleansing Cream (£20.00 for 125ml) //  
This cleanser is the perfect cleanser for dry and sensitive skin. It was part of the Lovelula Beauty box (see here). It has a very onctuous texture, and looks more like a rich lotion than a cleanser. Having said that, it does its job really well at gently cleansing and keeping the skin hydrated and supple thanks to the Rosa Mosqueta oil and Calendula extract it contains. I use it as a 2nd cleanser after the Antipodes Juliet cleanser (see review here). Happy about the performance in general.

Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask (£21.99 for 75ml) // 
This mask is just a pure goodness in a tube! It smells amazing, it works amazing, I am super enthousiastic about this Antipodes beauty hero! I have recently reviewed it in more details here, but really this is one of the best masks I have tried recently.

Organic Surge Gardeners Hand Cream (£7.99 for 75ml) // 
My hands tend to get dry and irritated very easily since I' am often the bike (hello Amsterdam!). The wind and cold temperatures are the culprits but hang on: I have found the solution to keep them super soft, moisturised. This hand cream from Organic Surge has been my little hand saviour over the past couple of weeks. A small amount is enough to soothe and repair any red/dry/chapped patches. In addition, it smells really nice: a lovely mixture of Lime, Basil and Rosemary aromas!

All these goodies are available at Lovelula.

What do you think? Have you tried them?

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