Indie Beauty: Introducing Roselink UK Hello Glow - Rose Dust and Beauty Tabs review #ShopSmall

Friday, 3 April 2020

Hello Glow - Rose Dust and Beauty Tabs review
One of the few positives to come out of the global Coronavirus pandemic has been a resurgence in community spirit, with consumers actively choosing to seek out small and independent companies to support during these difficult times. #ShopSmall has been a popular hashtag lately, so I wanted to join in and shine a spotlight on an Indian-British natural skincare company called Roselink UK who I've been recently introduced to.

The story behind Roselink UK is an interesting one as it dates all the way back to the 1940s in India. A woman called Ma moves to Mumbai after getting married and hires a maid to help around the house. It later transpires that the maid also works for a famous Bollywood actress who has been experiencing problematic skin, and has consulted a team of skin doctors to find natural solutions to help her complexion. The maid watches the actress apply all manner of natural formulas to her skin and shares the information with the curious Ma, who writes everything down in a diary.

When Ma died, she bequeathed this diary of traditional, Indian natural skincare remedies to Roselink, with the hope that products could be made and sold to help empower and support local Indian women. Roselink did just that and created a 'Hello Glow' range of affordable products which are all 100% natural using the freshest ingredients that are directly sourced from Indian farmers, and packaged in recyclable aluminium containers.

I was kindly sent two of their most popular products to try out - Rose Dust and Beauty Tabs.

Hello Glow Rose Dust review
Hello Glow Rose Dust* (30g, £5.99, link)

Rose Dust is a loose powder exfoliator which is made up of just natural ingredients - Rose Petal, Milk, Rice Powder, Coconut Milk and Papaya. It's a simple but luxurious blend that smells fresh and delicate like a sunny Rose garden - it was love at first smell! To use it, you just need to mix a small amount of the loose powder into wet hands to create a smooth paste, massage onto clean skin and rinse off with water and a flannel. 

The combination of Lactic Acid in the Milk powder helps to gently remove dead skin cells and impurities, whilst Rice Powder is rich in Ceramides to boost collagen production and Vitamin C from the Papaya adds a brightening effect. It feels wonderfully nourishing thanks to the Coconut Milk, and Rose has been used for centuries in skincare all over the world due to its natural abilities to soothe, tone and moisturise the skin. Needless to say, I found that Rose Dust left my skin as soft and smooth as a baby's bottom and I think it's fantastic value for money at only £5.99.

Hello Glow Beauty Tabs review
Hello Glow Beauty Tabs* (1 month supply, £5.99, link)

For those who are looking for affordable and plastic-free skincare supplements, the Hello Glow Beauty Tabs come packaged in a reusable and recyclable tin and can be used by all skin types, though I feel that people who are experiencing the first signs of ageing will see the most benefit from using them.

These easy-to-swallow tiny tablets feature a potent combination of three well-known Indian ingredients - Tumeric, Neem and Honey. The golden yellow spice Turmeric is hugely revered for its antioxidant properties which help to reduce inflammation and repair damaged cells (essential for targeting ageing concerns), and Neem is included to further stimulate healthy collagen production and improve elasticity. Finally, Honey rounds off this tablet with its unique antibacterial profile.

Take two tabs a day and at this price, it's certainly a supplement that you can continue to use for the long term!

Shop for these products and more at roselinkuk.com

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