Facial oils have had a real boost in popularity in recent years, and top of the charts is rosehip oil. Super hydrating and moisturising, it’s a celebrity favourite and it’s easy to use. Pai Skincare’s variation on this is used in facials by therapists at Sheen Falls Lodge in Ireland. It’s designed to detox and decongest as well as restore and regenerate the skin. Guaranteed to keep you glowing all winter.
It won’t cost you anything and it’s the best post-facial product you can possibly use. Drink water to your heart’s content to rehydrate after any treatment to flush out any toxins. If you think you’re glowing post-facial, just wait to see what a proper week of hydration does for you!
You will be told to use SPF any time, regardless of your facial status. Once all those lovely products have had time to sink into your skin, you need to take care of that epidermis. Use an SPF daily. We’re particularly fond of Kiehls Ultra Light Daily Defense SPF50 for £31 for its light feel and high factor. Safety first boys and girls!
Serums are a lovely addition to your skincare routine, and few do them better than spa deity ESPA. Norton Park recommended ESPA’s Optimal Skin ProSerum to us and it’s a firm favourite. Perfect, especially in winter, for tackling the effects of the elements, it’s gentle and hydrating, nourishing and easily absorbed before putting on your moisturiser. It definitely has that glow factor straight from the spa itself.
This is the sort of thing that myths are made of. Gazelli White Oil is an anti-ageing skincare line founded by Dr. Hamzayeva and her daughter Jamila Askarova. Two of the most intelligent women you could find, all their products contain this miraculous white oil – their exclusive hero ingredient. Based on an ancient natural resource only found in the Naftalan region of Azerbaijan, it’s said to improve the skin’s ability to absorb nutrients and oxygen. All their products smell incredible and they continue to make you glow to the point where people comment in awe… which is exactly what we want!
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