I meant to publish a new post on Sunday, Monday and today. I’ve got the content drafted but I’ve only just managed to get to my computer. You see, I’ve been distracted since the weekend that’s just passed – distracted with this little fuzz ball: This is Jahangir, my kitten. I know that’s a difficult name to pronounce so Jengy is fine (along with a heap of other affectionate nicknames). The name means ‘conqueror of the world’ and is very regal, which I reckon suits him down to a ‘T’. He’s a cream and white exotic shorthair and he’s amazing!
This golden little sphere contains a mask for lips. A mask for lips? Yes, that’s right. This clever idea has been conceived by nügg Beauty and is a nourishing mask for the smackers that claims to hydrate, soften and plump. With such ingredients as shea butter, coconut oil and Liquorice Root Complex to collectively carry out the task of pampering the lips, this product is 100% natural and 100% vegan with no petrochemicals, parabens, sulphates, synthetic fragrances and colours. Effectively it resembles a cream that you slather on generously for 20 minutes before blotting off the excess with a tissue. I actually found it
I believe it was supermodel Cindy Crawford who famously shrilled scrubbing coffee granules into her thighs rid her of cellulite. Hmm. This unassuming looking pouch could easily be mistaken for coffee but actually it’s a natural and organic scrub by Sister & Co and available from ASOS. It’s a scrub right up my street because it’s coarse and draws out skin impurities but it’s messy…really messy. Let me get that warning out of the way first as this scrub not only makes your bath tub filthy, it also stains your skin from the charcoal BUT it gives you super smooth skin and boosts the