Paris, Pregnancy Stripes and Eurostar Meals.

ruth crilly paris vlog

Just a little vlog to end the week; I went to Paris with the beauty brand Nuxe and (for once) remembered to take some video footage. It’s all a bit random, but if you like weird hotel rooms and seeing what they serve up for dinner on the Eurostar then you’ll love it! Nuxe were launching a new skincare product, a lovely tinted moisturiser – “DD Cream” – with SPF and antioxidants. It’s not out yet, but I’ll tell you more about it nearer the time. I also discovered a lovely face cream – the Reve de Miel Ultra Comforting – that left my skin really very plump and soft and I’ll make sure I do a review on that as well.

But it’s all I can do this afternoon to just keep my eyes open – it’s been a totally manic week – and so I’m off to have a soak in the bath and then watch the last episode of Game of Thrones season 2. I might also treat myself to a bit of a takeaway, seeing as though it’s Friday and there’s only a bit of old broccoli in the fridge. (Also an egg, some feta and half a carton of orange juice. I can’t see me making culinary magic with that lot.)

Anyway, I have no idea how this post turned into a rambling diary entry – I thought I was saving those for my new blog, The Uphill! (Still not finished, but do feel free to take a look.) Here’s the vlog – try not to scream when I appear in just my hairnet….

I stayed at Hotel Edgar:

Really Ree’s Youtube is here:

The NUXE cream I loved is called Reve de Miel, it’s here:

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