Winter Beauty Saviours

Burt’s Bees Tips & Toes Extremities Kit – £12.99
Full on your favourite Burts Bees goodies, the Tips & Toes kit is great in making sure you don’t turn into a ball of dry flakiness come Spring. Handbag sized tubes and tins of Almond Milk Hand Cream, Hand Salve, Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream, Coconut Foot Cream, Thoroughly Therapeutic Honey & Grapeseed Oil hand Cream and Replenishing Lip Balm with Pomegranate Oil mean you can moisturize on the go.

Moo Goo Milk Shampoo and Cream Conditioner – £11.90/500ml
Moo Goo is an Australian beauty brand formulating natural products for sensitive and irritable skins. They’ve recently branched out into hair products which are great for sensitive and dry scalps. They both contain natural ingredients combined with essential oils to control the micro-flora of the scalp and prevent those dreaded white flakes.


Elemis Balancing Set – £30
Being outside in the cutting wind/rain then inside with stifling air conditioning does our skin no good. Redress the balance with Radiance Balancing Collection. With lime blossom, lavender and a mini tube of Pro Radiance Illuminating Flash Balm, the set costs £30 meaning a much-needed 40% saving compared to buying them individually.

Crabtree & Evelyn La Source Hydrating Body Cream £22.00/200g
An extra rich formula for the body and especially suitable for winter-exposed skin. Natural humectants and moisturisers (beeswax, glycerine and sorbitol) help to re-hydrate while vitamins A and E, borage oil, chamomile and aloe vera gel help to soften and restore suppleness to dry skin.

Fit Britches Shapewear is a range of shapewear clinically proven to reduce the appearance of cellulite, help you lose inches of the waist, hips and thighs, improve circulation and reduce muscle fatigue and soreness during physical exercise. I wear the Skinny Pants during exercise to keep everything in place and make my workout work harder.


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