I love this book, it covers every single beauty related topic that you could think of, Sali Hughes really does know her stuff. If you love everything beauty, you will enjoy this book. Its such as good read and has loads of tips and tricks to really help with everything from skincare, Botox, hair removal and red lips, to beauty gifts, teen beauty and compliment giving.
I love skincare and this book has a whole section dedicated to skincare and all the tips to go along with it. Reading it really inspired me to up my skincare game. The skincare chapter even has a little mention of fellow blogger Caroline Hirons. What I took from this chapter is that I need to add more hyaluronic acid to my skincare routine, so I nipped to the shops and picked these three products up.
The first of which is the good ol' Hydraluron by Indeed Labs, which is a serum that come with high recommendations from many bloggers and beauty lovers. This serum contains a pure form of Hyluronic acid, for those of you who don't know what that is, its basically an ingredient that can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water. This means its a perfect serum that will help boost moisture levels in your skin, making you look more youthful and skin more plump.
Intense Facial Serum, Super Facialist by Una Brennan is similar to Hydraluron as it contains Hyluronic acid, but this serum also contains apple derived stem cells, which has apparently been proven to protect longevity of skin stem cells that help to maintain firmness.
The final product I bought was actually a Retinol cream by Indeed Lab called Retinol Reface Retinol Skin Resurfacer, which is a derivative of Vitamin A. Vitamin A is meant to be one of the most effective ingredients in helping reduce the appearance of wrinkles and the signs of ageing. 'Retinol Reface™ contains not one but 3 forms of retinol to help deliver softer, smoother looking skin, while targeting the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet'.
Together these three products should help improve the appearance and texture of my skin, and if it does I will have Sali Hughes to thank! I highly recommend this book regardless, and I will keep you all updated on my skincare and the effectiveness of these products.