Currently Loving: September Beauty Faves

Thursday, 1 October 2020

 

My September Beauty Faves are a small but sweet edit of natural skincare and body care which all have a focus on hydration to help move you seamlessly into Autumn. I always find this time of year quite challenging for many reasons, but luckily it's easy to keep your skin in check with these little helpers!

The Body Pampering Treat: Tropic Perfect Skin Resurfacing Body Lotion* (200ml, £28, link)
For all-over silky soft smoothness, Tropic's Perfect Skin Resurfacing Body Lotion is cleverly formulated with plant-based AHAs which help to slough away dull dead skin cells on the surface to reveal fresher, smoother skin underneath. It features sugarcane-derived Glycolic Acid, Pomegranate Enzymes, Noni Fruit extract and Papaya oils that work together to resurface the texture of the skin, whilst also hydrating and boosting cellular turnover. Anyone can use it and it's particularly useful for those who have the common Keratosis Pilaris (aka 'bumpy chicken skin') on the arms etc as it drastically improves the appearance of this. Like all of Tropic's products, it smells great and works a treat!

The Budget-Friendly Face Oil For All Skin Types: Exfolin Herbal Face Elixir* (30ml, £12.99, link)
I'm always being asked to recommend more budget-friendly alternatives and about two months ago, I was introduced to a natural and cruelty-free skincare brand called Exfolin. Their Herbal Face Elixir is priced at just £12.99 and it's by far one of the best facial oils that I've tried which is under £15 - what a bargain! Comprised of just six natural ingredients, it blends together the best of both worlds as it's hydrating, but also boasts antibacterial properties to fight off blemishes and breakouts. I find it effective for soothing any redness/inflammation and for reducing 'maskne' too. Definitely worth a try and finally something that won't break the bank either.

The Super Luxe Multi-Purpose Oil for Hair, Skin & Body: Dyana Russet Pure Marula Oil* (50ml, £54, link)
Marula Oil is incredibly popular these days and Dyana Russet makes it easy to see why. Their Pure Marula Oil is simply 100% cold-pressed, organic Marula Oil at its finest and is sourced from South Africa before being bottled in London. I love Marula Oil because it has such an interesting antioxidant and nutritional profile as it's one of the richest plant-based sources of Omega 9 and is also high in Vitamins E & C, as well as being loaded with anti-ageing antioxidants and amino acids. It's also a true multi-purpose superstar because it can be slathered onto dry hair to intensely nourish, incorporated into your evening skincare routine as the last step to deeply moisturise dry skin and it can be applied all over the body to improve elasticity, reduce inflammation and simply soothe and soften the skin. Marula Oil is also a great choice for pregnant ladies who want to reduce the appearance of stretch marks, and whilst it's expensive, a little does go a long way thankfully! For those who are interested in what it smells like, it has a lovely subtle floral and nutty natural fragrance.

The Protective Facial Mist: Nourish Antioxidant Peptide Mist* (100ml, £22, link)
I was so excited to try this new release from Nourish as soon as it arrived on my doorstep and I'm happy to report that it doesn't disappoint! The main reason for the excitement is because this Antioxidant Peptide Mist contains everyone's favourite skincare ingredient Hyaluronic Acid with the anti-inflammatory benefits of Turmeric, alongside specially selected Peptides and Probiotics - all fantastic ingredients for hydrating, brightening, soothing and protecting the skin. There's also Liquorice extract to further add brightening and radiance qualities and a blend of calming essential oils to help elevate this mist above its competitors. A wonderful new addition to my morning routine and one that's certified 91% organic, vegan, cruelty-free and alcohol-free. Give it a try!

What beauty products are you loving right now?

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