I’ve not batted an eyelid over Nip+Fab until recently, having tried a couple of their products. Now I want to try them all. Hey, it is alright to be fashionably late to the party, ne’ l’est pas? Nip+Fab have a wide range of skincare products addressing different concerns, including a collection called Dragon’s Blood Fix to hydrate and plump parched, dehydrated skin like mine. Dragon’s blood is a red gum or powder that is derived from the fruit of certain palm trees and from the stem of the dragon tree and related plants so erm, nothing to do with Game
Calling all Alpha-holics! Cult Beauty is selling THREE full-size bottles of Liquid Gold for a blinding £45. Collectively this would cost £100.50. It’s too good of an opportunity to pass up personally – Liquid Gold has given me fantastic looking skin. Hurry while stocks last especially as this offer is unlikely to be repeated this year. To order, visit Cult Beauty. Now.
Take a look at this pot and tell me what you think. Any thoughts? This little pot contains an all-purpose cream for the skin that’s had the stars of Hollywood swooning for the last 20 years. It’s not really a cream as such – it looks like a balm, feels like a balm and works like a balm and the formula is supposedly based on a cream found in ancient Egyptian tombs. No, it’s not embalming fluid, OK? Now I know there are a various other multi-purpose products on the market but much like Goldilocks’ porridge preference, it boils down