It’s been a short week, but it’s definitely not been short on beauty news! First of all we are delighted to share that #kisstance campaign from essence and CATRICE Cosmetics has raised over 1 Million Euros for Doctors Without Border, so a huge thank you to everyone who joined the brand in this digital initiative!
There have also been some really interesting pieces this week, including a feature in the Sunday Telegraph about how to beat erratic eating during lockdown. Health journalist Victoria Lambert, suggests periodic fasting as a good way to get your eating back on track.
If you are healthy, then lockdown is a great time to try ProLon, it’s a five day fast but with delicious plant based food that tricks your body into thinking it’s in a fast mode so you get all the health benefits without the hunger and dizziness associated with water only fasts. It’s about the only time where you won’t be tempted to go off track.
Read Victoria’s latest feature here: telegraph.co.uk
We also spotted Laura Whitmore in OK! Talking about her favourite Arbonne eye gel masks. These masks are fab and give the eye area an instant lift. We pop them on at least three times a week, especially since we haven’t had a facial for a while!
Talking of facials, shortly before lockdown happened we worked with the amazing CosmeSurge in Harley Street and booked lots of beauty editors to try the BYONIK high tech facial. This amazing treatment uses a pulse triggered no downtime laser to deliver antioxidants and hyaluronic acid into the skin. It’s also an anti-bacterial and anti-microbial treatment and the results last up to 4 weeks so it will definitely be THE facial we will be in a rush to have!
BYONIK is also a safe treatment to have if you are pregnant as the amazing facialist Debbie Thomas highlights in an interview with Harpers.
As always RevitaLash has been hitting the headlines again appearing in beauty editors round ups of top at home beauty treatments.