Don’t fret, don’t frown. Stress-free Christmas shopping is simply a matter of matching the right person with the right present. The Good Glamouristas have pounded frosty pavements and almost drowned ourselves in potions, oils and creams to come up with the ultimate pick of this year’s gorgeous natural beauty gift sets. All you need to do is read our guide, force down another mince pie, reach out a languid finger and click. Continue reading
Now I don’t wish to sound churlish but, having been through it myself, I am personally looking forward to a month when I am NOT aware of breast cancer. That said there is no doubt that this annual event has done masses to raise consciousness of breast cancer in the public mind, in terms both of understanding and acceptability.
When I was a young(er!) woman, breast cancer was an affliction with a great deal of shame attached to it. Continue reading
To celebrate out fabulous spread in today’s Sunday Telegraph Stella magazine we’re running the first Good Glamour Giveaway.
Rich in transretinoic acid and Omega 6 & 3 essential fatty acids, rose hip seed oil has been clinically proved to reduce scarring, stretch marks and wrinkles.
Well, here is a glamorous offer that will smooth your path. Continue reading
Rose Hip Seed Oil (Rosa Canina / Rosa Rubiginosa / Rosa Moschata)
The Dog Rose, Sweet Briar Rose and the Musk Rose are grown primarily for their rose hips. Once the shrub has flowered, the hips grow fat and red. When these are ripe they are harvested, dried, peeled and the seeds are pressed to produce pure rose hip seed oil. The finest rose hips are grown in Chile, on the unspoiled foothills of the Andes. Continue reading
Review by Iris
Sarah Brown launched Pai in 2007. Her goal: ‘to create the cleanest plant-based skincare on the market, with a range of products formulated for people with very sensitive skin.’ All products within this range are certified organic and contain none of the irritating, dubious and downright dangerous ingredients that can turn up in less scrupulous ranges under the banner of ‘natural’. Continue reading
I am writing this in sometimes-sunny Sydney. Obviously I got here on an aeroplane but unless you’ve ever done it yourself you may be unaware of just what a long and arduous flight it is from the UK to Australia… even for brats like me who insist on spending every penny of their hard earned cash on a business class ticket (best deals: Trailfinders). Which was just as well because after Royston drove me to the airport at 99 miles and hour with AC/DC’s Highway To Hell blasting at five thousand decibels I needed a bit of a lie down.
But I’m not one to be idle for long. After reading the in-flight safety card, Continue reading