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Friday, 21 January 2011

Treat After Treat

Tomorrow I am going to a spa. A really rare treat. And a really welcome one too. And, speaking of treats, I have extended my detox month to include some of my favourite 'treats'.

First, Bumble and Bumble Mending Masque is one of the best I have tried in a long time. My hair is so soft, it's starting to dangerously resemble dandelion spores. This could be a good thing and I can start to channel that 70s boho-flyaway-hair look.

Then for complexion, if you get one brightener to fit all, Oskia's Renaissance Mask is a hero product. It's super-thick (reassuringly so rather than sticky and gloopy) and has a mix of potent ingredients you don't want to mess with. Papaya Enzymes will exfoliate and boost cell renewal plus a vibrant mix of beauty-boosting goodies to revive tired skin.

BUT, best until last, my grandmother packed me off in Moscow with homemade strawberry jam. You don't get any more 'treat' than that and I feel rejuvenated with every spoonful. Is there such a thing as 'Homemade Jam Diet'?

Oskia Renaissance Mask, £48.50
Bumble and Bumble Mending Masque, £27.50

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1 comment:

  1. I am craving that Renaissance Mask so badly. It looks wonderful... yummy, even! That is quite remarkable. Plus, I keep reading about Oskia's products and compositions... they must be so healthy.
    I really need to get one of their products and this mask shall be my starting point. Need to save up.
    As for homemade jam... oh I couldn't agree more. My mum makes the most delicious confitures. I miss them. It's time to request a few jars, hehe.
    Despite not being a replacement, Tiptree jam is just as heavenly, anyway. Trouble is... the absence of my usual blackcurrant dear prompted me to get the raspberry seedless one, the other day. What a big mistake. I had forgotten how sickenly sweet it is, to my palate. :(
    Still... Tiptree Essex FTW.