September Newsletter

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The September issue and I welcome you to the newsletter where we do several new launches, including two new Garden of Wisdom products and for the second month running another new product from Ameliorate, which makes me extraordinarily happy because it’s pretty amazing, as you would expect.

Additionally, we have new products from The Light Salon and Lebon and we unveil a new skincare brand. Trinny and Shabir are together again, this time doing vitamins through the ages. But there are other things too; we celebrate the awesomeness of Jo Fairley, which I will follow through with a competition. I’m trying to remember if I have ever done a competition on a newsletter and actually I don’t think I have, although no doubt somebody will correct me if my memory is failing me and Shabir can prescribe me the appropriate supplements!

And yet another newsletter when you will need to get keyboard ready as there are a few treats scattered throughout. I also jump onto The Podium with some pretty hard-hitting words, because they need to be said and so I will say them. Let’s go: Read More…

Bakuchiol, A Natural Alternative To Retinol

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Over the last decade particularly, retinol has been hailed as the holy grail of all anti-ageing hero ingredients used in serums, eye creams and moisturisers, and with good reason. Retinol, a form of vitamin A, encourages cell renewal and enhances collagen production to prevent and treat fine lines and wrinkles. However, retinol can be harsh causing signs of irritation including redness, itching and peeling. If you have sensitive skin, the chances are you will not be able to experience the powerful effects of retinol on your skin – until now. Bakuchiol is the latest plant-based, anti-ageing ingredient in skincare which is suitable for even the most sensitive skin and is considered a natural alternative to retinol. Read More…