The best way to spend your holiday? Taking in some much needed vitamin D – but always keeping in mind protecting your skin!
As a super pale gal I need sun lotion for any and every occasion. So when I was sent Delph’s products to review, I was very excited – Products that are right up my street!
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Yes To are a brand I have always noticed on Asos. Their eye-catching packaging and interesting sounding products have always been stuck in my mind, so when I was offered the chance to review their new Coconut range, I was very excited!
Yes To are a cruelty free, vegan brand made with recyclable materials, so all around amazing!
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I’d seen Buddha Beauty all over Twitter and have followed them for a while, so when I got the chance to review their products I was super excited.
Buddha Beauty are a beauty salon based in Manchester that also sell vegan, cruelty free products such as body scrubs, bath salts, skincare, candles and reed diffusers.
Continue reading “Review: Buddha Beauty Neroli Daily Defence Moisturiser*”
I came across Fit 4 a Kiing at the Kingston Yoga & Vegan Festival, hosted by Yogific. This was a great event with so many different brands but Fit 4 a Kiing were one that caught my eye.
Continue reading “Review: Fit 4 a Kiing Activated Charcoal Toothpaste & Exfoliating Mask”
WaysGoneBy are a skincare company based in Guildford specialising in natural products. I am on a mission to ensure all of my skincare products and makeup are more natural and vegan, so using products from WaysGoneBy is just the perfect way to start.
Continue reading “Review: WaysGoneBy Grapefruit Body Scrub & Nourishing Night Oil*”