Apparently, the original Skin Food cream is sold every 23 seconds. I am not surprised, to be honest.
This is a cult product, and rightly so. Used by makeup artists, celebrities and skin care lovers all over the World.
I have finished numerous green tubes myself over the years, and here is why.
Skin Food by Weleda has been out since 1926, and the fact that, with all those non-stop new launches, it is still around says a lot.
It is a universal rich cream which instantly makes the dry and rough skin feel and look better. Think about that glossy healthy looking skin. But don’t worry, if glossy is not your thing – there is now also a light version available for combination/oily skin types.
While it can be used everywhere, I love using it on
About time for me to write about my Winter 2020 favourites. If you want to check out my Autumn favourites, here they are.
So which products stood out to me beauty, style, books and shows wise?
Let’s start with makeup, as there are just a few products in this category:
YSL Touche Eclat, £26 from John Lewis, Harrods, Selfridges and Nordstrom. Touch Eclat needs no introduction, I’ve lost my count on how many of these I’ve used up. It has that a light-reflective effect which makes you look fresher; the formula is not heavy or detectable on the skin.
This is such a brilliant highlighter, it is more on the glowing side but without being over-the-top. Exactly the kind of product you would expect from Queen Tilbury. It gives you that incredible polished look.
Rouge Bunny Rouge new Glassy Gloss (review and swatches)
I wore quite a few of the new RBR glosses, I wrote a detailed review about them. Can be worn sheer stain-like or opaque and glossy. The one I chose for this feature is Berry Sorbet, a creamy opaque berry pink. For me it’s “my lips but better” kind of shade.
Burberry Cat Lashes Mascara, £24 from Burberry
Soft and flexible brush allows you to layer and built up the effect. I find it to be giving great result, elongating the lashes, opening up the eye and lasting all day long (on me at least).
byTerry Ligne Blackstar in So Black (review and swatches)
A long-time favourite. Intense, ultra black, long-lasting and