non toxic beauty

New Beauty Products I’m Loving Lately

EreperezLue.jpeg
Luejeanseo.jpeg
Ereperez.jpeg

With spring in full swing and summer on the horizon, I like to slowly inject some new products into my skin and beauty routine. Two of the latest additions to my routine are a skin product for fading dark acne scars and a new all natural and organic mascara for enhancing that all natural beauty!

The first product I want to talk about is a scar serum called Lué Fade by Jean Seo. It is a new product from this brand and is essentially meant to fade acne scars, skin discolouration and ageing. I have been battling with pigmentation scars for a while now and have tried many natural products to combat it with some success and some not so great results.

I have to say that after testing this product every night for a week I’m blown away by the results. My scars have genuinely faded significantly and I think that with a few more applications my scars will be a thing of the past! It really is a powerful serum that is natural, organic and cruelty free. It comes in a small 75ml bottle with an easy applicator wand that you use to apply the serum to targeted areas.The ingredients include; distilled water, lemon juice, kojic acid, cranberry, vitamin C amongst others.

The second product I have introduced into my beauty routine is a plant based, vegan and cruelty free mascara from a brand I hadn’t previously heard of Ere Perez. It is an avocado waterproof mascara which is smudge proof too! This product I have used on a couple of occasions and it does go on well and makes my lashes seem fuller and thicker, it is indeed waterproof and as per the instructions on the packaging, can be removed with some plant based oils such as coconut or almond oils.

Well I’m not sure about you but this had me sold on the mascara as what a lovely way to get it off than slathering on some nourishing and natural coconut or almond oil to do the job. I am definitely happy to add this to my collection of more natural and skin friendly mascaras.

Both of these products were purchased with my own money and can be found here and here these views are 100% my own. Have you used or heard of any of these two products?

~E xx

Evolve Radiant Glow Organic Face Mask Review

organicmask2.jpeg
organicmask.jpeg

I’ve been in love with Evolve’s radiant glow organic face mask for a minute, I’ve been using it for quite a few months now and thought it was time I wrote a review about this product. The face mask comes in a dark coloured jar and has a soft chocolatey consistency with coconut granules which give it a grainy texture to buff away any dead skin cells after the ingredients of cacao and clay have purified and revitalised the skin. To use the mask apply a thick layer to already cleansed skin, leave for 5 minutes and then rinse off with warm water. I tend to work in a circular motion on my face so as to use the mask to buff any dead skin cells off whilst cleansing the mask off my face.

I have to say I absolutely love this mask, it smells like the most decadent chocolate and feels great when applied to the skin. After applying and washing the mask off my skin feels silky smooth, invigorated, glowing and plump as the clay and cacao help to improve circulation to the face. All in all, I have to say that this mask is a great addition to my beauty routine that I tend to use about twice a week.  I also love that as with all my beauty finds this product is cruelty free, organic, vegan friendly, natural and handcrafted right here in the UK! Have you tried any of Evolve’s face masks?

~E xx