So I recently went on a bit of a splurge in Superdrug. Superdrug is now my No.1 favourite UK High Street store to go shopping in for Cruelty Free cosmetics, skincare and make-up. I truly believe every store should be as open as they are about supporting cruelty free beauty and skincare, plus it makes … Continue reading Superdrug Naturally Radiant Overnight Peel 30ml Review
As promised in my last post about Palmer's here is my next review about the most recent addition to my collection, their Moisture Rich Shampoo. I've only been using this shampoo around 2 weeks so far, meaning I'll probably need to do an update to this blog post in the near future to track the … Continue reading Cruelty-Free Skincare: Palmer’s Moisture Rich Shampoo
Ok, I admit it, since discovering Palmer's are 100% cruelty free (I emailed them to double check this, email below dated 03/05/17)... "We do not test our products or ingredients on animals. However we are not required by law to put any statement on to our packaging as the EU regulations for the UK and … Continue reading Cruelty Free Skincare – Palmer’s Firming Butter
Recently I have made the decision to go cruelty-free and natural in all of my skincare and cosmetic products so thought I would start to add short posts up here and there of my side-journey in the beauty + skincare world.
Today is International Day of Happiness, to celebrate I thought I would spread as much happiness as I could, starting with this post! Life gets so busy, you start to forget what really matters! And to me, that’s happiness. FINDING HAPPY Happiness is difficult for me, I’m one of those introverted, worrying, pessimistic types, so … Continue reading International Day of Happiness
Hopefully you've seen my post from last week which explained the reasons why I started yoga (if not you can read it here) so this week I thought it might be nice to explain who inspires me to keep going with my yoga practice and turns out it's a bigger list than I thought! KATHY … Continue reading Top 6 People Who Inspire Me
It’s no secret yoga is a growing industry in the UK, although no studies have been conducted about the UK yoga scene there has been a study in the US as discussed by Heather Mason from The Minded Institute which shows how quickly it’s spreading (yay!). It was partly the reason for this growing awareness in the UK I started to take notice of yoga and for a new job I started. Before I wouldn’t have said it was something I had ever truly thought about taking up – all I knew about yoga was the infamous downward dog pose!