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Indeed Labs’ Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

This pot of face jelly has been doing a pretty fine job of hydrating my face for almost two months.  The next creation from Indeed Labs, the Hydraluron Moisture Jelly* joins its siblings, the Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Facial Serum and  the Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Mask to completes the skincare family. So why has this been causing such a buzz? It’s a clear jelly disguised as a moisturiser, designed to hydrate the skin and keeps the moisture locked in for softer, smoother and plumper feeling skin. It is also blissfully refreshing with its cooling temperature and consequently a more favourable alternative to a regular

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Murad’s Hydrating Sensation

I think it’s safe to say it is officially Christmas when the adverts start rolling in thick and fast. So with that in mind, it’s not premature to start shopping for gifts. One where you can’t go wrong is with Murad, the skincare specialists who have created five limited edition skincare gift sets. With Murad this is the proper deal because you know, world-renowned dermatologist Dr. Howard Murad – head honcho – knows his stuff. Out of the five, I have been using the Hydrating Sensation set, which offers luxurious, deep hydration. One of the things Dr Murad strongly preaches is

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Sophyto Purifying Silken Cleanser & Moisturiser

A cleanser I’ve been using for a couple of months is this one. It’s an organic, non-foaming and free-from-all-the-nasties kind of cleanser. I am new to Sophyto but researching the brand I find it’s a professional grade certified organic skincare range licensed by from the UK Soil Association. Wow. It sounds like quite a big deal. Their products are certified cruelty free by PETA and gluten free (what does that mean? You’re not going to eat it, are you?) and ideal for all skin types so perfect for most delicate complexions and cleanses without harming or disrupting the skin. The cleanser is soft and buttery

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