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Stop groaning…it’s another High Five! This time I’m looking at products that I have wittily called ‘Seaside Soothers’ – I like me a bit of alliteration. Although I say at the beginning of the video that these aren’t products “meant for sensitive skin per se” just ignore that – in fact all of the products are good to go on sensitive skin, unless you have specific allergies to certain ingredients. Skin sensitivity is such a delicate issue because there can be so many different things that people are allergic to or that trigger off reactions, so if you know that a certain ingredient messes up your skin, avoid it like the plague even if the product says it’s for sensitive skin!
Shopping list, as always, is below the video pane. Enjoy – these videos are much shorter than the usual, so I hope that’s good news for you!
Nail Polish is Fluro Orange from POP Cosmetics
Avene Soothing Cream, £12 from Escentual: http://tidd.ly/dd01a3e1
La Roche Posay Lipikar Body Wash, £9.50 from Escentual: http://tidd.ly/3f76f81d
Samples – you have to keep checking back because they go in and out of stock all the time! http://tidd.ly/1c42de38
Jergens Aloe Soothing Body Lotion, £4.99 from Boots: http://tidd.ly/1df26c38
Konjac Sponge, £5.75 from Zuneta: http://tinyurl.com/3slcv6w
Queen Seaside Cream, £23.45 online here: http://tinyurl.com/3bgxgj4
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