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Review: Neutrogena Deep Clean Hydrating Cleansing Oil

I love that they improve on something good and make it better - that's the first thing that I thought when I tried the Neutrogena Cleansing Oil. If you've been reading this blog for a while, then you might remember that cleansing oils are amongst some of my favourite bits of skincare to try.

Review: Andalou Naturals CannaCell Glow Mask

If you're unfamiliar with Andalou Naturals, this is a very lovely brand that is carried in Priceline, and I think it's high time you get acquainted with it, particularly given that they have now released a line of products with a game changing ingredient!

Review: Little Tanning Dress in Brooklyn and Kimono Robe

As Winter gets closer, my colour starts to fade, and believe it or not, it is around this time that I, like a lot of other girls out there, start to reach for my fake bake goodies in a bid to get my colour to stay somewhat like it looks in the warmer seasons. Sure, sometimes I get lazy (who doesn't?), and lean into the pale, but I do like the way my skin looks when it's brown, so a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do!

Review: Palmer's Natural Fusions Handcream and Shampoo and Conditioner Duo

Palmer's has recently released a beautiful range of products, and can I just say, I'm so happy that they are in my life! The Natural Fusions range lives up to it's name, and it truly isn't like anything else that the brand has previously put on the market.

Review: Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick

The arrival of a foundation always sparks excitement - after all, there are so many unanswered questions about the new addition? What is the finish going to be like? Is it going to pull pink or yellow undertones? Is the formula going to be easy to blend, or are we talking unsightly streaks? Can you mix it with liquid illuminator? How long is it going to last on the skin? So many things you need to learn about the newbie!

Review: Philosophy Time In A Bottle Eye Serum

As much as they've innovated, and created, and invented, there's nothing to stop the passing, and the effects, of time. It is then somewhat apt that Philosophy came up with an eye serum called the Time In A Bottle Eye Serum, and while it doesn't have any magical powers, this does do a good job of slowing the toll that time can take on the skin.