My 6 Favourite Beauty Products – November 2016

1. Natio Detoxifying Face Scrub with Jojoba Beads

As someone with very sensitive skin and prone to breakouts, this scrub is perfect. It is extremely gentle, and paired with my Natio cleanser, toner and moisturiser, completes my skin care regime. It is recommended to be used 2-3 times per week, but is gentle enough to use more often.

2. Keune Hair Oil

This product is so versatile. I use it as a treatment before washing my hair, a hair oil after I wash my hair and a serum for days when styling my dry hair. It makes my hair shiny and soft.

3. Make Smooth Serum

My smoothing serum is great to control my frizzy flyaways and it smells so nice.

4. Nude by Nature BB 5-in-1 Miracle Cream

I only recently began using the Nude by Nature BB Cream after receiving it in a sample bag from the chemist. I have never used a BB Cream before so am unable to compare it but I am now using it under my Mineral makeup and finishing veil. It is providing a more even coverage and helping to keep my makeup on throughout the day whilst keeping my skin moisturised.

5. Nude by Nature Natural Mineral Cover

I have been using my mineral makeup for 10 years now and won’t go back to liquid foundations. Not only is my mineral makeup great for my skin, but feels so light and I can put as much or as little on as I like. It is also so quick and easy to apply.

6. Rotorua Mud Mask

I recently purchased this mud mask whilst on holiday at Rotorua in New Zealand. Applying this mask once a week has made a noticeable difference to the texture and dryness of my skin. Suffering from dry and flaky skin, my skin has been able to better absorb my Natio moisturiser after taking it off.


One response to “My 6 Favourite Beauty Products – November 2016”

  1. In love with that mud mask too!


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