There are many beauty products I am addicted to; foundation, balm cleansers, nail polish… but none more so than a good face mist. There has always been something about a quick spritz and mist that I’m always loved. The product that started my love affair with facial mists is the Caudalie Beauty Elixir. Fresh and glow-giving, this is one mist I will never not have in my collection. Like thousands of women the world over, the Beauty Elixir has become a staple in my beauty cabinet and after 20 solid years, this fabulous product shows no sign of going anywhere just yet either. View Post
Saving on skincare is a bit of a controversial subject in the beauty community. A lot of people are very much of the belief that skincare isn’t something you should skimp on. And very often, unlike with makeup, you normally get what you pay for with skincare. I believe this to a certain extent too. I have some skincare that has cost me a pretty penny and transformed my skin. I have brought into highend, luxurious skincare at the highest of price points in the past. And whilst I think paying a little more for your skincare is a good thing if you have some major skin concerns, there are some hidden gems in the more affordable category. If you’re on a budget you shouldn’t have to feel like good skin is out of your reach. So today I’m going to give you a run down of some super purse friendly products that actually work. View Post
It’s important to add oils into your skincare regime during the winter, as skin can become drier in the cold weather. My skin has really been suffering this season, so I went on a mission to Boots to pick up a little skin treat.
Along with some other nourishing products (which I’ll be sharing next week here on Made From Beauty) I picked up the Superfacialist by Una Brennan Vitamin C Skin Renew Cleansing Oil.
I’ve never been taken with monthly subscription boxes like Birch Box or Glossy Box. The idea of getting a surprise bundle of products on your door step sure seems exciting, but after taking a peek inside a few over the years I’m not sure you get your money’s worth.