Water, the most important natural element in the world. With its life-giving properties it makes up 60% of our bodies and 72% of the Earth, nourishing us and cleansing our skin and our soul, it is a source of peace and purity and can bring perspective with its fluidity representing change and the passage of time.
Liz's Diary: It's so important to remember that your best you is the best gift you can give to yourself and others.
From the milk and honey baths Cleopatra used to indulge in to the Roman’s communal bathing experience, our bathing rituals are deeply connected with our social and cultural practises. Come with us as we discuss some ways to turn a simple bath into a divinely relaxing ritual experience...
Just because the colder weather is upon us , it doesn't mean that your skin needs to suffer. To reduce chapping, redness, itching, and keep skin healthier and more comfortable this season, read on for some helpful tips and recommendations.
Combining the words ‘stay’ and ‘vacation’ together gets you a staycation. A holiday staying at home doesn’t mean you can’t get that the radiant glow from being away in sunnier climes.
Here’s some of our favourite tips to achieve the rested, restored and rosy look; that snoozing on a beach, doing nothing but slipping cocktails and dipping in the sea all day gives you. Off you glow
Spring has been kind, with days full of sunshine and warmth nudging us out into the garden, onto the beach or wherever it is you go to make the most of the fine weather. I am sure most of you have picnicked one way or another by now, I know I have, it’s a great British institution and the perfect antidote to routine and stress.
We all want to look and feel our best. As our skin is visible to the world and our biggest organ, looking after it is a really good place to start. Knowing the optimum way to do that however can be a minefield. Face serums are a really important step in skincare, so let us help you navigate through all those serum questions you have, to help you find the best one for you.
TOP TIP: Skin cells renew every 28 days; so, this is the amount of time you want to give serums to work.
Join Liz, Co-Founder As She Discusses What Serums Are, How to Choose The Best One For You & What The Benefits Of Them Are