Like many women I like to periodically review and update my skincare regime. However, also like many women I do not have money to throw away on this stuff so I always do loads of research before I buy a single thing. I want a hard working, capsule skincare collection, that gives me optimum care for minimal cash. This time around I researched ‘skincare in your 30s’. This is what I found out: Continue reading “Skincare in your 30s”
Yes, it can be done! Here are my latest make-up buys which I’m using to create a vegan, natural and allergy friendly make-up look (nut-free, soya-free, dairy-free). See before and after photos below. Continue reading “A vegan, natural, and allergy friendly make-up look”
Style crisis – what do I wear?
Fashion just doesn’t feature when you have babies. Perhaps occasionally you might look in the mirror and grimace at the Womble-like vision in front of you – all saggy maternity jeans, giant nursing bra and baggy cardi (very much my baby years outfit – see photo) but you don’t have time to think about it really, and nor should you. It’s a crazy busy time and that Wombley outfit is darn practical (and comfy) and what you need to get the job done. Continue reading “Dressing for my 30s with a post baby body”
That won’t break the bank
I’ve done a short post before about organic bedding for babies, organic baby sleep (or lack thereof), and that is something that is pretty easy to find. But eco-friendly bedding for grown ups? Different story. Organic sheets and plain, mega-boring duvet covers might be easy to get hold of (although the colour selection isn’t great), but patterned duvet covers? Very thin on the ground. Organic duvets, pillows and mattresses? Sell a kidney. Seriously, the expense is jaw-dropping. Continue reading “Eco-friendly bedding for adults”