Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream was brought to my attention first by Ailish from The Glow Getter and then Eloise from Eloise Loves Nature. It’s a bit of a strange one, a full coverage BB cream? Although I don’t usually opt for a full coverage base, I decided to see what it was all about after Eloise included it in her ‘What’s in my makeup bag‘ post on my blog recently. I now know why it’s so popular, as I have been reaching for this on a daily basis! A little goes a long way; I either use a little bit by itself, mix it with Juice Beauty CC Cream, or add a drop or two to my moisturiser. It is natural looking and long lasting – a new favourite!

Using this Wet Brush has been a bit of a novelty for me. I’ve only recently had hair long enough to get the odd knot, so haven’t had the need to use a hair brush very often! I ‘borrowed’ my daughter’s Wet Brush and found it perfect to use after washing my hair. When I saw this mini Wet Brush I couldn’t resist. It’s the ideal size for popping in your hand bag or take with you when travelling.

Apologies to those of you who are already aware of my thoughts on Weleda Skin Food (I may have mentioned it a few times)! I have been using this on my lips, cheekbones and to tame my eye brows – the list is endless! It’s cult status is well deserved in my opinion. I am nearly finished this tube, but already have a cute mini ready from LoveLula’s February Beauty Box (see my review of this here).

Interested in finding a dupe for your favourite perfume? Then you may want to check out vegan brand Eden Perfumes. This is a great new find for me. I’ve gone a bit crazy and have quickly built up a perfume collection! Based in Brighton (where you can pick up a bottle for £12 instead of the £18 online price), you may be able to find a match for your favourite designer scent at a fraction of the cost. You can read my full review of Eden Perfumes here.

Terre Verdi GoodOils Cleansing Oil has won my heart! It has, in fact, knocked my favourite cleansing balms off the top spot! I have loved using this as part of my evening skin care routine recently. It does an amazing job of removing makeup – I’ve even stopped using my holy grail Bloom Remedies Eye Makeup Remover when I use this.

I had forgotten how much I like this NatOrigin Blush. It is so easy to use, leaving my skin with a natural flush of colour. It would be a great choice for those not so confident about applying makeup as it’s quite sheer so no need to worry about being heavy handed!

Maggie Anne Nail Polish // OMG I love this nail polish! When I saw this in my February LoveLula Beauty Box I squealed! The shade Jasper is the perfect nude for me. It wears well, I love the glossy finish, it’s ‘6-free‘, vegan and cruelty free. What more can I say? Find out more about Maggie Anne here.

I’d love to know what you’ve been loving lately.

* I’ve just realised that I’ve included two products that I included in my January favourites! Oh, well, take it as a good sign – I do genuinely love Eden Perfumes and Weleda Skin Food…. :()


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