Oxygen mask by Bliss

Oxygen mask by BlissGel when squeezed out; porous foam when rubbed in, this mask is one of their best products. If you could see oxygen it would look like this. It re-juvenates, re-vitalises, gets rid of dead cells, brightens and glows the skin. This mask re-supplies the oxygen you’ve missed as a result of staying inside during the cold months. Call it a quick facial in a bottle.

£38 for 3.4 oz. Quite expensive but treat yourself! The lathering means that you don’t need a big amount so it should last a while.


Annick Goutal skincare

Annick Goutal's Créme SplendideAnnick Goutal skincare doesn’t only look good in its packaging, it is serious skin care. Don’t always take the obvious route of established favourites like Clarins, Clinique, Estée Lauder, Chanel or DiorAnnick Goutal skincare has benefits for all skin types that would surprise even the most knowledgeable customer.

There are only 14 different products each one uniquely containing active rose serum distilled from the petals. All are simple and easy to use.

I want to talk about Crème Spendide which contains rose oil and shea butter. It is particularly useful as it is for all skin types which helps if you are not sure about yours. Skin conditions can change through life. It absorbs immediately and isn’t greasy. Instant results will delight you. It’s high in vitamins A, B5, C, E and F, zinc, magnesium and calcium and fights against free radicals – it will also hold your make-up. It smells of a fresh, green, morning rose. Most importantly, it’s anti-aging and revitalising.

£80 for 60ml – is it worth the money?

Yes and No. The variety of minerals and vitamins push up the price but you can find cheaper products on the market. I understand that many people would choose the more established companies but I have tried this product and would recommend it. For lovers of quality skincare who still haven’t found what they’re looking for it’s worth trying and may really suit you.