After being away from London for about 4 months, the moment I stepped into the drugstore I saw so many skincare brands that I couldn’t resist to buy some. I decided to try some skincare made by Boots and Superdrug, the biggest drugstores in UK, to see if it’s worth it to invest in drugstore skincare. Besides that, I finally got to try the popular brand The Inkey List and I invested in a full size Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream. To complete the shopping haul, I added a SPF from Nip+Fab. Was this a good skincare shopping haul? Keep reading to find out.
My dear friend and also blogger of Cycling For Cancer has asked me to advise her about what skincare she should be using now that she moved back to her home country, Finland. In Finland it’s snow season and in this type of weather, skin can easily become dry, dehydrated and damaged from the UV that is reflected from the snow. So she gave me the idea of preparing this article where I researched the best skincare for snowy season. In each category of serum, toner, cream, SPF and others, I have selected the best products that protect and hydrate skin. Find out the best and essential skincare for a ski holiday.
The new trend for your summer holidays should be ocean friendly mineral sunscreens. It’s important to understand that some chemicals are not only harmful for your skin, but also for oceans and coral reefs. My friend Reija who writes a blog too, invited me to write with her an article about sunscreens and the result is an article where we recommend three ocean friendly sunscreens that are worth trying.