Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions 3-Step System Review

Hi My Lovelies,
I am back again with yet another acne skin care review. As you all know, I have been having acne and blemishes almost all year long but it has been calm especially over the later half of the year. This is not to say that the acne days are completely over (i so wish it was) but those days are more under control and i am loving it. For many people who have acne, the main concern is to get rid of the acne and prevent new one from rearing their ugly faces and at the same time fade away any blemishes/scarring/spots the acne have left behind on your face as a memento of their dark presence.. :-((. I have tried many products and i have shared a few here and i am happy to say many of the ones made from natural ingredients work best for both preventing acne and fading away the dark spots. However, the ones with non-natural ingredients seem to work faster and take care of the acne spots which appear which is why i decided to try the Clinique Anti -Blemish range. 

Clinique is synonymous with skin care and i have known them for that from a very young age. I know they also do makeup but i think their skin care range is what makes them a unique brand. Clinique has launched a couple of revolutionary skin care solutions that cater to different kinds of skin ranging from dry, combination and oily skin as well as acne prone skin. A couple of years back, they launched their 3-Step System Skincare Solutions which comprises of a Cleanser, Toner and a Moisturiser for different skin types (1-4) and this was greeted with mixed reviews in the beauty and blogging world. Most recently, they decided to launch an 3-step system for people who have Acne and blemishes hence the birth of the Anti-Blemish 3-step Solution System. I spied on this a couple of times but I am not sure why i had always been reluctant to try it out..Maybe the price range was a huge deterring factor and the mixed reviews i had read online. Anyways, I got an email from Clinique (i signed up to their newsletter) saying i could receive a free sample of their new Universal Primer and Anti-Blemish foundation and i headed over to John Lewis for one as you all know i find it hard to resist freebies. I ended up getting more than i bargained for as the sales lady was very professional and knew about skin care especially for acne-prone skin. Long story cut short, i left with the samples i came for, the Anti-Blemish 3 Step System (full size) and a couple of freebies( Makeup bag, Eye Makeup Remover, Misting Spray (not photographed-nicked by my sis) and Clinique High Impact Mascara)..let's get started shall we and this is going to be a long review so you may want to find your fave seat and curl up with a hot/cold drink.

As always, the packaging is very pristine and professional looking. it comes in the signature light green packaging which houses the product. The Anti-Blemish 3-Step system skin care contains the Clinique Anti-Blemish Cleansing Foam (125 ml), Clarifying Lotion (200 ml) and Clearing Moisturiser (50 ml). I quite like the packaging and i think it is good value for money and it definitely looks good in my bathroom cabinet. 

Step 1- Clinique Anti-Blemish Cleansing Foam 125 ml (£15.50)
I was a bit skeptical about using just a foam for cleansing as I am used to bars or facial washes and i felt a foam will not quite give me the clean feeling I like to have after cleansing. I was pleasantly surprised. The Clinique website describes it as a mild cleansing foam which helps clear and prevent blemishes by removing dirt, excess oil and unclogs pores while soothing and calming the skin. I am not sure how suitable it, alone, can unclog pores but I am happy to report that it delivers all the other claims. Since it is already a foam, it is already worked up into a lather and feels really soft and smooth on application. Unlike Lancome, Clinique do not include fragrances in their product but i wish they did because this does not smell nice at all. I don't mind no fragrance but strange ones get me a little bit upset. It smells like something medicinal or sterile or like a clinic (no pun intended). In terms of cleansing, i only use about 2-3 pumps and it does the work. I have since decided to ignore the smell so i try to enjoy working this into my skin and leaving it to for a little while before rinsing off ready for step 2.

Step 2- Clinique Anti-Blemish Clarifying Lotion 200 ml (£17.00)
The Clinique Website describes it as a gentle effective formula which exfoliates to clear dead surface cells and reduces excess oils that lead to breakouts and eliminates shine. I believe it definitely has exfoliating powers on the skin which is really good but i am not sure it should be classified as gentle as it can sting a little due to its Salicylic acid and Alcohol content .Again, this does not smell pleasant at all; It smells strongly of alcohol which goes to say this is an alcohol based toner. Surprisingly, it does not dry the skin out which i think is fantastic. I simply place a cotton pad at the top and tilt the bottle twice to get an adequate amount for my face. It can be a little stingy especially if you have any sore acne. The active ingredient in this is Salicylic Acid which has some residue at the bottom of the bottle when it is at rest which is why it is important to shake the bottle gently to ensure the salicylic acid powder is well mixed with the rest of the product. As advised by the lovely sales woman, i use this with a cotton pad in a uni directional way not rubbing or massaging but just wiping as though i am wiping off something from my face. This clarifying lotion tones and exfoliates the dead skin cells from the surface so you do not need a scrub except your face is really grimey.

Step 3- Clinique Anti-Blemish Clearing Moisturiser 50 ml (£18.50)
According to Clinique, this light weight moisturiser has a soothing formula which helps treat existing blemishes, prevents breakouts and controls excess oil while moisturising and hydrating your skin. I can attest to most of these claims especially in controlling oil, moisturising the skin and preventing breakouts.  This smells better than the other products but it is not the most pleasant smell as well. I really love how smooth and soft this moisturiser feels against my skin. I use it right after the clarifying lotion and i think it is the perfect end for a nice skin care routine. It feels very light on application and it has this wonderful non-greasy feel which means it holds a special place in my heart. I can't over emphasize how important it is to moisturise your skin after cleansing and toning and this is perfect for all skin types. I think it also contains a wee bit of salicylic acid to continue the good work started by its other partners.

The amount I paid for this is very complicated. I got a  whole lot of discounts and my sister's friend paid the remainder of the amount so I technically paid £30 for all the full size products when i should have paid £51 which i think is a massive saving. I am a very lucky girl and I am so grateful to my sister's friend and the discounts. Of course, you can buy the trial/travel/sample size for £30 which i think is brilliant especially if you want to test it out without breaking the bank. If you are not prepared to spend any of that, then you need to keep your eyes and ears peeled for any discounts from Debenhams, John Lewis, House of Fraser or any big department stores that have a Clinique Counter. Another place to watch is the Clinique Website where you can sign on for their newsletter so you get to up to date information of any discounts, etc.

Choosing what system works for you
Before I give my verdict of the whole system, I think it is most important to get a skin care consultation from one of their counters in any department store. For me, I would never have bought it on my own because i know they have different systems for different kinds of skin. I would have thought i was a Type 4 on the 3-Step system but on consultation, I actually needed to use the Anti-Blemish range. The sales lady asked a lot of questions and she gave me some good advice about some steps i had been taking in my skin care routine which was wrong. I was using an exfoliating brush from The Body Shop almost everyday and she let me know that it will only exacerbate my skin around the area that has acne. My fingers can gently do the trick. Personally, and also from other reviews, it appears this works best for people who have acne prone combination to oily skin. If you have dry skin, I am not sure you can get away with this but the Clinique Sales Ladies would advise you better :-)

Verdict- Does this work?
Anyways, I bought this because my friend had used it and swore by it. At the time, I bought it my skin was in complete chaos and I am not sure what caused it. After using this for almost a month, I am happy to report that my skin has been restored to its previous condition. So, I would say it has worked for me in clearing and preventing my chaotic breakouts. I did not get an overnight or outstanding effect but it eventually cleared up the acne. In terms of the blemishes and dark marks, it has not cleared it per se but it has prevented further acne. I don't think it has any effects on the dark pigmentation caused by the acne. Maybe i should try out the Even Better Corrector when i am Rich and Famous as the price ain't a joke.  Again, it is very, very important to get a skincare consultation from the Clinique Ladies as they are very good with their advice and it would prevent any unnecessary waste of money. 

Would I repurchase?
I am not  quite sure i would be repurchasing the whole system or range. I do not regret buying this because it has been a good product but I have not seen any outstanding effect which warrants spending £51.50 for the whole set. However, I may repurchase the Anti-Blemish Clearing Moisturiser because it is simply what dreams are made of. I am quite cross it only comes in 50 ml and it retails for £18.50 which is pretty steep. The Clarifying Lotion is second on my list if i have another windfall because it is very good and i think it does the work excellently except for its annoying scent/smell. On the whole, I may purchase the travel size of all the products just because it would do the work and would come in handy if i have a sudden break out.

I hope you have enjoyed this review and I was very happy to take all the lovely pictures as always. See you in my next post..toodles...x

Maybelline Baby Lips Review (Peach Kiss)

Hi My Lovelies,
I hope you have all had a wonderful weekend. The recent change in weather has been quite a rude shocking surprise. It has been quite nippy and rainy as well and that's the worst combination for me. I can do either cold or windy or rainy but not a combination. Not At All. The change in weather has also impacted my skin and it has been doing all sorts of crazy things lately. I am not quite sure who the chief culprits are but I am trying out a few remedies which i would report back to you in due time. But today's post is about the Maybelline Baby Lips which has helped restore my chapped and dry lips to baby soft puckers in the current climate..let's dive in, shall we? The Maybelline Baby Lips has been raved about on many beauty blogs and the beauty world generally starting from the USA (where it was first released) and spanning over to the UK and Europe, Asia, etc. Of course, the publicity that trailed it left me wanting to try it out soon. 

I am a stickler for good packaging and I particularly like this one. The Maybelline Baby Lips comes in different colours but i opted for the Peach Kiss which comes in purple packaging because it is one of my favourite colours. I think the packaging looks really colorful with "baby lips" inscribed all over in a nice and fun way. I know it does look a bit girly and playful but we all need to chill out from the classic expensive packaging to something fun and relaxed like this.

It contains basic lip balm ingredients which soothe and fixed chapped lips while nourishing it.It contains petrolatum which many people may not be a fan of but it does the work of keeping the lips soft and smooth against harsh weather conditions or from being dry and chapped.

It's pretty straightforward to use. Open the lid, swipe it across your lips, smack dem and you are outta the door. Apply as needed..that's what i do at least. It's so easy to use and can be retracted easily. It feels really light on application especially for a balm because I sometimes half expect balms to feel heavy on the lips but this one does the job and still remains light.

I chose the Peach Kiss shade which is a tinted version. The tint is more of a natural colour or flesh toned which is perfect for those days when i want to go "au naturel" or my no makeup makeup days.To be honest, it does not impart any tint on my naturally tinted lips hehehehhe.. I guess it is more suitable for lighter lips but i don't mind at all as i am after how effective and soft it keeps my lips. If you are not big on lipsticks, you may want to try this to give that extra tint of colour to the lips without the feel of a lipstick. Alternatively, you can wear this under your lipstick which i do almost every time. I use this in the morning shortly after taking a bath so it can sink in and do its trick then apply my lipstick with the rest of my makeup. Easy peasy!

For the quality you receive, i'd say £2.50-£3.00 is a fair amount to invest. I got this from Sainsbury's for £2.50 which is not a huge savings from £3 but then it's better than nothing. I like that it is affordable, good quality and easy to find. 

The Maybelline Baby Lips gets a huge tick from Fashstyleliv for being an amazing little product and i would definitely repurchase if need be. Have you tried any of the Maybelline Baby Lips and what's your favourite?

Hope you enjoyed this post and i'd see you in my next post. I hope you all have a wonderful week ahead filled with good tidings...x..toodles..

Makeup Blog Sale October 2013

Hi My Lovelies,
I hope your week has been amazing. I know mine has been and it has been very busy hence i have not been updating as much as i would have liked to. Anyways, I am having a blog sale...and it is also my first blog sale so i am very excited!! *drum rolls*. As a makeup and beauty blogger, I have amassed quite a few makeup products which i have used minimally and i think it is always best to use your makeup as much as you should. So, I am looking to find new homes for my beloved makeup products where they would be optimally used. Most of them have only been swatched once or twice and others have never been used but i would indicate below. Others have not been used at all and I think it would be better to sell them off to make room for new ones.

Information for potential buyers
1. Payments can only be accepted via Paypal as it is easier for both parties.
2. If you are interested in any of these products, email me on so i can email you my Paypal address and also get your delivery address.
3. There is a flat rate for £1 for delivery of all items.
4. If you don't live in the UK but are interested, you can email me so i can find out delivery charges and discuss.
5. Prices are final and not negotiable but if you are buying more than one product, i can offer discounts.
6. Leave a comment under this post so we can chat about what you would like.
7. Products sold will be marked Sold or Sold.....

Let's get started.....

Lancome Vernis in Love Nail Polish in Black Sepia 365N (Limited Christmas Edition) (SOLD)
Description: A rich dark army green shade which is flattering for Fall and Christmas.
Normal retail price: £12.50
Fashstyleliv Price: £9
Condition: Never used 

Lancome Vernis in Love Nail Polish in Purple Fiction 185N (Limited Christmas Edition)(SOLD)
Description: The richest dark purple shade perfect for fall and christmas
Normal retail price is:£12.50
Fashstyleliv Price: £9
Condition: Never used

Opi Nail Lacquer in Shatter the Scale (Cracked effect) (SOLD)
Description: A rich green shade with a cracked effect when applied
Normal Retail Price: £5.50
Fashstyleliv Price: £3.50
Condition: Never been used 

Illamasqua Nail Varnish in Collide (SOLD)
Description: Bright neon pink nail polish
Normal Retail Price: £14.50
Fashstyleliv Price: £9.50
Condition: Used twice

Illamasqua Lipstick in Blaze (SOLD)
Description: A bright orange red shade with a matt finish
Normal Retail Price: £16.50
Fashstyleliv Price: £10
Condition: Used twice with a lip brush

Illamasqua Blush in Create (SOLD)
Description: A warm peach honey shade with a matt finish
Normal Retail Price: £18
Fashstyleliv Price: £9
Condition: Used about three times.

Nivea Daily Essentials Double Effect Eye Makeup Remover
Description: Effectively takes off all eye makeup including mascara
Normal Retail Price: £3.59
Fashstyleliv Price: £1.50

I already feel excited to see how this goes. If this blog sale goes well, i would be thrilled because this really feels like fun and i have many more items up for sale. Blog sales are good especially if you are saving for a beauty item. I am trying to fill up my MAC eye shadow palette without breaking the bank...heheehhe. If you have any questions, do let me know via email on
See you in my next post.....xx

What's in my Travel Beauty Bag?- The Travel Beauty Essentials

Hi my Lovelies,
How have you all been? I have missed you all. I know, i know, i have been MIA. I have had a really busy week and weekend. I was away at a work conference in a beautiful town in Yorkshire and i had a lovely time. It was like a mini vacay although i was working but it was nice to be away and stay in a nice hotel. The room was really big and vintage and i loved it. I decided to put together a little post on my beauty essentials i packed for this trip. I was away for a couple of days- almost 4 days so i took quite a few beauty essentials. Speaking of samples, remember my posts on Beauty Samples where i talked about how easy and nice it is to get samples, well, this is the time to make use of all those lovely little samples. This is my take on travel/holiday/vacay beauty essentials which ensures your skin still looks supa dupa while you are away from home...shall we get started?

For me, cleansing my skin is very important especially when i am away because there is a high chance i may want to be lazy and there is no room for that. At All. I start with my Cleansing wipes from Primark which are not the most effective but they are adequate and cheap. I wipe all the excess makeup from my face with the wipe. Then I proceed with my Lancome Galateis Douceur Cleansing Fluid + Cotton pad which effectively takes off any makeup left especially around the eye and it is so gentle which is why i love it. Next, I splash some water on my face and use my Garnier Salicylic Face Wash (not in picture as it was chilling away somewhereto give my face a good cleanse  and massage with my hands. I dry my face with my flannel from Sainsbury's.

While face is still damp, i use a fresh cotton pad and apply some Lancome Tonique Douceur Toner which is ever so gentle and  does not contain alcohol on my face. I recently learned it is very good to wipe your face in a uni directional way as opposed to a circular way as this removes dead skin cells effectively without damage. The Lancome Toner doubles as a toner and a gentle exfoliant for me.

It is very important to hydrate your skin at night as it rejuvenates and repairs itself when you are resting compared to when you are out and about. At night, I start off with the Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair II which is an effective serum to use at night for revitalizing the skin. Once i feel the serum has been absorbed, i seal it with my Bobbi Brown Hydrating Face Cream which does exactly what it says and i am ready to pop into bed. During the day, my moisturising routine is slightly different. For serum, I use the Lancome Dream Tone Serum in Dark(3) which is amazing and corrects any dark spots and uneven complexion and i moisturise with the Bobbi Brown Hydrating Face Cream. If i feel up to it, I may pop some Bobbi Brown Eye Cream around the skin surrounding my eyes to prevent any dark circles from late nights.

I am not sure why but i find that sometimes my skin feels really dry when i am away from home. It could be the hotel air or new surroundings but i am not sure. In order to prevent this, I let my skin drink in as much moisture as possible overnight and the product which ticks all the boxes for me is the Lancome Hydra Intense Gel Mask (can you believe i got this as a freebie with a purchase from Lancome?) which is amazing. I pop this on after my night skin care routine and sleep with it and i always wake up to very hydrated and plump need for a spa at all...

Acne/Spot Skincare
I can never trust my skin when it comes to Acne and i know from experience, i tend to get a little breakout/spot/acne especially when i am more busy than normal which is why i am always ready. I always include in my little stash my Mary Kay Acne gel and Witch Hazel gel to zap any zits away and keep my face all prim and proper.

Beauty Tools
I try to keep my travel beauty bag very light so i don't want to be lugging around any random tools so i keep it real and simple. I just take some cleansing wipes, cotton pads and a couple of flannels because these are all very essential tools for all my skin care steps as i can't use my hands for everything. I also like to take a nice travel bag which is colorful and has loads of space so i can fit everything inside. I prefer bags that are easily collapsible as opposed to sturdy bags as i like to squeeze it in so everything fits into one suitcase. if you have many squeezy bottles or tubes, you may want to use a sturdy travel bag.

That's it folks. I hope you enjoyed this sneak peek into my travel beauty essentials. I have a post on my travel makeup essentials so stay tuned to find out what products made the cut. Thanks a lot for all your support. i really appreciate every single one of you...x..toodles..see you in my next post...

Jacava London Nail Polish Review (Marrakesh Nights and Top Coat)

Hi My Lovelies,
I am pretty sure you had a wonderful weekend. I am very excited that Christmas is coming soon which means a lot of festive times but many changes for me. I was recently contacted by Jacava London to see if i was willing to review their luxury nail polish. I decided to check out the brand and their products and I was super impressed so i agreed to review their nail polish and patiently waited for it to arrive which it did in a very short time...I was very surprised (and pleased if i may add) when i opened the package to find two nail polishes because i chose only one. I was sent the Jacava London Marrakesh Nights(*) and the Jacava London UV Inhibitor Top Coat(*)..Let's get into the nitty gritty shall we? 

P.S. This is going to be a long post so grab your favourite drink. I went a little bit crazy with the pictures because it was such a beautiful day for photos so pardonnez-moi, s'il vous plait?


I had never heard about the brand before i was contacted but when i went online i read many good reviews I was curious to try them out. According to their website, Jacava London are a quintessentially British Nail Polish brand which is designed in London and made in the UK. The Jacava Nail polishes are a luxury brand as seen with their impressive ingredients list making them the world's first "8-free" nail polish brand out there. Their nourishing formula helps the nails stay stronger and grow longer. I totally raised my eye brows at this claim but it is definitely true because their formula excludes the toxic ingredients which damage the nails so this is definitely one nail polish to look out for if you totally want to care for your nails. They have a wide selection of shades which i think is a very good range to choose from no matter what your taste is and what season it is, there is always one for you to choose from

Shade Chosen- Marrakesh Nights and 
The amazing thing with Jacava London is their inclusion of an online selector hand tool which can help you see how the nail polish looks like in real life (even if you are not ready to buy yet; it's fun playing with it..heheheh). I think this is really amazing because you can adjust the skin tone and nail length so it is universal and you definitely have an idea of how the nail polish would look against your skin tone and that's what helped me narrow down my choice. It was a hard choice for me to select just one shade but I settled on the Marrakesh Nights because i knew it would look flattering on my skin tone and it did not disappoint me at all, if anything, it surpassed my expectations. I would describe the Marrakesh Nights as a rich jewel tone aubergine-purple shade which has light speckles of gold dust in it. It is such a pretty colour and the pictures i took did no justice to it at all but there are all below. As stated earlier, they also sent me the Jacava London UV Inhibitor Top coat which IS the BEST top coat i have ever used..Trust me on that. It can instantly transform any nail polish to an instant high gloss long lasting nail colour. It feeds off light/sunshine in the most beautiful way ever. 

I must say I am quite intrigued by the design of the bottle. It reminds me of some vintage nail polish my mum had some years ago and i loved playing with them-when she allowed me :-) so the Jacava Nail Polish design brings back some sweet memories. It comes in nicely rounded sturdy bottle with its wand housed in a gold colored pointed tip which is quite long. The design really makes it stand out among my other nail polishes and looks rather pretty.

With Indoor Lighting
With outside light (one coat)
With outside light (two coat)
This has to be the reason why i totally love this nail polish. You may or may not have heard of "8-free nail polishes" but i am more than happy to share. The Jacava London Nail polishes has an impressive ingredient list that excludes 8 naughty ingredients which are not very good for your nails and they are DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Paraben, Camphor, Cellophane,Phthalates and No Animal Ingredients. According to the Jacava London website, they are the world's first "8-Free" non-toxic nail polishes out there. Many nail polishes do not bother about the ingredients included in the formula list at all but Jacava London seem to have that at the very heart of their nail polish. I really like that they have taken their time to formulate the nail polish with an excellent quality while excluding these ingredients. The icing of the cake is their inclusion of 22-carat gold to the formula of each bottle of nail polish which lends it its high gloss and long lasting shine on the nails. For all you vegetarians and vegans, you will be pleased to know that none of the ingredients have been tested on animals and no animal ingredients are used. Isn't that just amazing?

As stated earlier, the inclusion of the gold makes it one of the glossiest nail polishes i have used. To be honest, especially with this shade, you can get away with just one coat. The formula feels light on application and its color pay off is excellent.I did not experience any streaking despite my poor nail painting skills..hehehhe so i think the formula is really on top of their game.

With Just one Coat
With Two coats
To be honest, I can't say this is one of the easiest nail polishes to apply especially if you find it hard, like me, to paint your right hand nails with your left hand. I really like the wand because it is quite long and reaches the bottom of the bottle so you get your money's worth. i think it would have been amazing if the nail brush was a little wider. I am pretty sure many nail experts will love this brush because it is quite precise and allows you(once you can handle narrow tips) get the corners of your nails with little mess. All in all, i got a hang of using it easily after a while..yahh to me!!

Wear Time
Once you apply the top coat, it gives it an extra reinforcing to last longer than an average nail polish. For me, i love to switch up my nail polishes ever so often because i get bored. With the Jacava London, i found that it lasted for about 3 days-ish and there is a chance it could last longer if i stopped washing my hands and washing plates a lot. I guess it has the potential of lasting longer.

Comparison with other Purple/Plum/Aubergine Nail Polish
So, I decided to compare with some other nail polishes i had already in my stock. Standing next to all the others, the Jacava Nail Polish really stands out packaging wise because its packaging is different and taller than the others. It does look quite etheral and beautiful with its golden coloured wand/tip. In terms of colour payoff, it really looks very similar to the Lancome Vernis in Love Midnight Rose but the difference is the gold shimmer which is lightly speckled in the Jacava London and that totally makes it stand out from the others.

This is the moment we are all waiting for.. Jacava London is a luxury brand so it is not particularly purse friendly. It retails for £14.50 which is slightly more expensive than Lancome and a few other high end nail polishes. I know it sounds like a lot of money to be spending on a nail polish but looking at the ingredients list and colour pay off, you can be rest assured that it is definitely preventing any nail damage due to it being 8-free, therefore it can be viewed as a good treat :-). With Christmas around the corner, I see myself treating myself to a few shades i have spied on their website.You can purchase Jacava London from the Jacava London Website, FeelUnique and Amazon. You can also find this is in your local nail salon if they are on trend or have decided to upgrade their stock*wink*

1. It has very beautiful shades to choose from which flatters many skin tones
2. It is one of the first 8/free nail polishes which excludes potential nail damaging ingredients from its formula
3. The colour pay off is fantastic and looks very flattering
4. Due to their addition of gold to its formula, it has a brilliant long lasting gloss and shine
5. You get a good amount of nail polish 12 ml worth of nail polish which is almost twice of many other nail polishes.
6. Its nail brush almost touches the bottom of the bottle so you get as much product as you want- minimal waste.
7. The Jacava London website is really user friendly especially with their hand tool which helps you see how the nail polishes look in real life.

1. It is quite an expensive nail polish.
2. Removing it may be a bit difficult because it is very pigmented which can be a pro as well.
3. Nail brush may be a little difficult for beginners.

I know it is an expensive treat but it is one nail polish i would definitely repurchase because i am quite impressed with the formula, colour payoff and the amazing ingredient list. It is not maybe an everyday brand for me but it will be one for a special occasion and event or maybe when i just want to pamper myself...Who knows if they will be having a Christmas sale? the good thing is you can urge a loved one to get you Jacava London Christmas Gift Card which is on sale now on their website so you can have some well-deserved guilt-free shopping...I know i would be dropping hints to someone very very soon...:-))

I hope you enjoyed this post and apologies for the many many pictures. I went a little bit crazy and the ray of sunshine was not helping matters at all. It was such a beautiful day and i could not resist. Small secret: I took over 35 pictures but i really hard to narrow them down...I find it really hard to delete my pictures....:-( ...i don't know why but i am sure and I hope you do not mind...See you in my next post..toodles...

*I was kindly sent this to review but as always all opinions are mine and I have not been compensated or swayed to write this article. All opinions shared are based on my experience...

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