Good things take time. Commit!


The next big thing.

With so many promises of hope wrapped up in irresistibly seductive allure of something new and exciting by the beauty industry, it’s little wonder we struggle to be patient. We’re left wondering what’s the next best thing? What’s everyone raving about in skin care and beauty this year? Could the latest super ingredient change your skin for the better? Will it even work at all?

The perfect skin care routine takes a little synergy.

perfect skin care routine

The perfect skin care routine.

You might think putting together the perfect skin care routine is fraught with complexity or you’re a beauty maven and you curate you own bathroom cabinet essentials. 
It may be a matter of trial and error. Or, you have a sense of whatever the next-best-thing is, will be the answer to your skin care prayers. It may lead you to ask questions, or it may find you trawling the internet or even the supermarket aisle out of frustration. 

Why diets make us fat.

diets make us fat

Half way through 2016

Six months ago you made a promise to yourself, maybe more than one. Inches to lose, bad habits to break, better ones to form. How’s it all going? Or, did you give up?
The trouble with new year resolutions. We rarely stick with our resolve. We almost expect to fail, after all we’re only human. 
Why is that? Are we so weak? Didn’t want it badly enough?

Cinematic Beauty: Olivia de Havilland

Olivia de Havilland

100 years young.

Olivia de Havilland, one of the last Hollywood actress from the golden era of the motion picture in America. The 30’s 40′ and 50’s. Born on July 1st, 1916 in Tokyo, Japan to English parents Lilian and Walter de Havilland. In 1917 Olivia’s mother persuaded her husband to move back to England. But it was a journey that would be interrupted.

Kosmea Rose Hip Oil

rose hip oil

Rose Hip Oil.

I’ve been looking at the ingredient rose hip oil. For me, this oil conjures memories of childhood. It was one of those remedies my mother would spoon out regularly to ward off colds and other such ailments. I think it may have worked, as I was rarely sick. But can it be as useful for the immunity of the skin?