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This microneedling plumping mask sold out within 24 hours of launching

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  • Vice Reversa Micro-Needling Plumping Patches, £34.95. Vice Reversa Pimple Patches, £19.95.
  • There’s nothing we love more than discovering new skincare products that actually do the job they promise to do – and do it well. And while we are well aware that one size doesn’t fit us all when it comes to skincare, sometimes, it almost does and that seems to be the case with the latest microneedling pumping mask.
  • The internet has been going absolutely crazy for the popular mask by newly launched Australian skincare brand Vice Reversa. The microneedling skin-fix patches have been receiving rave reviews for not only their impressive results and but being super easy-to-use at home. So much so, that they sold out within 24 hours of launching.
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Vice Reversa Plumping Patches


What you need to know about micro-needling patches – the next at-home beauty trend


  • Vice Reversa Micro-Needling Plumping Patches, £34.95.
  • Move over vampire facials and fork therapy…
  • Thought micro-needling was the type of thing you needed to shell out hundreds of pounds to have done at a fancy clinic? Think again, because there’s a new trend for at-home patches that promise to do the same thing.
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Vice Reversa


This genius micro-needling pumping mask sold out in 24 hours – by Annabelle Spranklen


  • Vice Reversa Micro-Needling Plumping Patches, £34.95, for eight patches and Vice Reversa Pimple Patches, £19.95, for eight patches.
  • If, like us, you’re a fan of a sit-back-and-let-it-do-the-work face mask AND micro-needling, you might want to listen up.
  • There’s a new Australian skincare brand called Vice Reversa that’s pretty much the love child of those two beauty treatments, offering micro-needling skin-fix patches you can do at home and they’re promising outrageously good results. Read More…

Beauty High-Street Heroes

Team Grazia share their ultimate high-street beauty heroes, PHA Plus Serum – by Hattie Brett

  •  Pha plus serum by GOW

    Garden of Wisdom PHA Plus Serum , £14.

    The founders of victoriahealth.com are just brilliant at tracking down new, affordable beauty ranges that go on to become cult classics. their latest is Garden of wisdom range, which delivers advanced skincare, but in a gentle way. I love the PHA Plus Serum, £14 – a genius product that’s left my skin visibly more glowy.

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Skincare Brand To Know: Garden Of Wisdom


After recently discovering a shared love for it in our office, we thought we’d let you in on this game-changer… Garden Of Wisdom.

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    When a brand gets 5* ratings on just about every beauty site imaginable, we take note. And when we see seriously impressive results for ourselves, well, we go out and clear the shelves. The premise of Garden of Wisdom (it’s become so cult its also known as GOW), is simple: dubbed The Ordinary’s natural equivalent, the formulas have minimal ingredients, allowing the actives to get to work properly. The pH of the acids have been adjusted too so they don’t irritate the skin, yet still perform their roles of exfoliation while enhancing collagen.

    How long has it been around?

    Longer than we even knew! The pros have been making these formulations for over a decade. The products are potent and cruelty free without common skincare additives such as alcohol, silicones or soya. While it’s not technically new, 2019 is very much about brands with easy-to-follow skincare instructions which skip any science speak, making GOW feel very much of the moment. Read More…

Travel size beauty product of the week


Our favourite beauty product this week is a sheet mask that’s utterly perfect for a long weekend away – Nannette De Gaspé Vitality Revealed Face – by Catherine Robinson


  •  Nannette De Gaspé Face Mask

    The first nudist restaurant in Paris, O’Naturel, is to close. While I don’t like another’s downfall, I cannot help but feel thoroughly relieved. The dream of a romantic weekend in Paris and dinner in a cosy bistro was eclipsed by the terror of being asked to drop my drawers at coat check. And don’t get me started on the sanitary issues I have with sitting on a chair that has played base to other bare-bottomed folk.

    It’s not that I don’t love naked flesh, I do, in fact, I positively endorse it when Nannette de Gaspé brings out a new mask. Nannette is the executive chair of Quebec based bio-tech company Biomod which researches wearable skincare technologies and developed the first ever dry sheet mask. I love dry sheet masks because of their mess-free ease, I wear mine when I’m getting dressed without the worry of getting cream all over my clothes and if you don’t mind looking a little funny, they give the best post flight glow if worn 20 minutes before landing. Her latest, Vitality Revealed, is designed to be worn for five consecutive days for 20 minutes. Read More…