Autumn Beauty Updates
With the coming of Autumn your skin and hair need a little extra TLC. Here's our top 5 products to transition you into the new season;
Switch to a richer nourishing cleanser. We love The Body Deli Almond Milk Cleanser. This gentle cleanser is designed to gently, yet effectively cleanse the skin while nourishing and restoring suppleness and elasticity. Organic almond oil, sprouted barley protein and raw african shea butter deliver the emollients and nutrients to deeply nourish and moisturise the skin. Perfect to heal skin post summer and nourish as it starts to get a little chiller outside.
It's really important to keep skin hydrated and pumped full of vitamins as we move into the new season. The Josh Rosebrook Hydrating Accelerator is the perfect base for your new routine. Spritz this on after cleansing and before your day cream. This highly concentrated plant hydrator is crafted with active minerals, antioxidants and herbal nutrients to plump cells and help to reduce the appearance of fine lines, leaving skin silky smooth.
Winner of the Psychologies 'RealNatural Awards 2017' "Josh Rosebrook Vital Balm has restored my faith in face cream. I mist my skin, then apply all over, for supple and smooth skin" Emine, Beauty Editor. Psychologies Magazine
Carry this little tub of wonder with you everywhere. It's the ultimate do everything balm and made with no more than four ingredients. We've been liberally applying this to lips, elbows and any other little dry bits. Plus get a FREE SW Basics Salve with all orders over £50 (while stocks last).
Coming into Autumn Hair can feel a little dry and dull. It's good to use a treatment mask a couple of times a week to heal and repair. Packed with rich moisturising botanicals like Organic Coco Crème and Aloe Vera Gel, Wild Harvested Seaweed Extract and essential Oils of Rose and Sandalwood Yarok Feed Your Moisture Masque leaves hair super shiny and naturally healthy looking.
Now you're all set for the new season. Check out our top products for London Fashion week here...