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Skyn Iceland Icelandic Relief Eye Cream – The Weekend Review

It has taken me so long to write this! If you read my post reviewing the M&S Beauty Advent Calendar from last year you’ll have seen me raving about this eye cream. I really liked the little pot I received and as soon as I needed more eye cream I purchased this. I managed to pick this up from Marks and Spencer when they were having a free gift event. With my eye cream I got this great little pack of extra goodies. The extras were Pure Cloud Cream, Eye Gels and the Fresh Start Mask.  ...

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January Beauty Empties

Time for another empties post! I find these really handy to read (and to write) as it’s great to see if opinions have changed. A few times I’ve loved a product straight out the box and then grown to hate it by the time it goes in the ’empties’ pile. This month I’ve used up a few products that I’ve had for ages now. In particular there are a couple of Liz Earle goodies. Instant Boost Skin Tonic I’m not normally a bit toner fan but this came with a  ...

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The Weekend Review: Formula Dark Circle Minimiser

You may remember a couple of my Marks and Spencer’s beauty hauls from last year. Among them was the Formula Dark Circle Minimiser which I picked up on a whim as I was running out of eye cream and was on clearance. I’d also never tried anything my Formula, an M&S own brand line. As dark circles are my top face concern it was worth a try for under a tenner. Using this actually was really good at getting me into the habit of applying eye cream twice a day. While I was using  ...

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Marks & Spencer Beauty Advent Calendar 2016 Review

This year I decided was going to be the year that I tried an alternative Advent Calendar. After looking at the available options (hello, beer Advent Calendars!) I settled on a beauty one. The reviews of last year’s Marks & Spencer Advent Calendar sold me. It sounded amazing and definitely worth the money. Obviously a great year last year was no guarantee it would be as good this year but I took the risk. The only caveat to the £35 price tag is that you also have to spend £35 on  ...

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