A lot of people supplement meals for smoothies in hopes of some health benefits, weight loss or just a quick meal to have on the go.
If you make them well, you can create a smoothie bursting with ingredients that are good for your body and skin!
Here are a few of my go to recipes, starting with this Super Hydrating Smoothie to get your glow on.... read more
Pregnancy! Such amazing news! When you attend your first GP appointment, you’re given goodie bag and in there’s an extensive list of what to do, what not to do, what to eat and what not to eat. Well I’m sorry to say that the list doesn’t stop there. The products you apply to your skin matters too. So here’s a list of top 11 ingredients to steer clear from.... read more
Most of us have heard of acids in skin care, or told to use AHA's and BHA's, but usually we're not too sure what we should actually be using, so let's look at these commonly used types, and where they go in the beauty world.... read more
There are many misconceptions out there about the beauty world, here are the top few you may of heard of.... read more
When you read the back of a bottle it can be like reading a different language. All the scientific names for ingredients can be very confusing. And while most are harmless, there can be some that can be pretty toxic, all while sounding very similar to the ones you don't need to worry about.... read more
Most of us will experience some form of skin inflammation in our life times if we aren't already experiencing it right now.... read more
During these past months a lot of us have had struggles with our skin. From dryness to breakouts isolation doesn't seem to be treating our skin too well, but what could be causing this?... read more
Do you ever look in the mirror and think to yourself, “Hrmm, is that a new spot or patch or has it always been there?” I know I do. These spots or patches fall into the hyperpigmentation category and is caused by an increase in melanin. Melanin being the pigment that gives our hair, skin and eyes their colour. There are a few different factors that cause hyperpigmentation but it seems our sun is the number 1 culprit. Let’s take a look at a breakdown of the common types to help your understanding.... read more
When and where is this product used?
Pre Cleanser/Oil Cleanser: This should be the first step of your cleansing routine. Often an oil based product to dissolve make up and spf. This can be skipped if you don't have make up on.... read more
I can’t stress enough how important it is to regularly cleanse your eyelash extensions. Some say they’re scared that it might interfere with the longevity, some say they don’t have time and some just can’t be bothered! Will I change your mind after you read this?... read more
We use our makeup brushes daily at home and we can definitely say that we don’t cleanse them as often as we use them. I like to tell my clients to clean them on the 1st day of every month but that’s seriously not good enough. Brush hairs and sponges are porous which easily hold onto oils, debris and bacteria resulting in breakouts. Dirty brushes can cause your application to be spotty and hard to blend. They need to be cleaned more frequently!... read more
I need to share with you a little weekly ritual I've just started and I'm wondering why I've waited so long to do this?... read more
In the midst of this pandemic, self-care and self-love is so important to reduce stress, increase energy levels which helps with productivity! This is why when I wake-up, first skincare then make-up every morning. I make sure I remove my make-up and do my cleansing routine every night to remove any dirt, grime or toxins that I've exposed my skin too.... read more
Vitamin A, Retinol, Retin-A, Retinyl Palmitate there are plenty of names for it. I'm sure you've all seen it in some form as an ingredient in anti aging skincare. What is it and what does it actually do?... read more
The colder weather has definitely approached us and we may not be going outside as often but that doesn't mean we get to slack off on our SPF application!
Did you know that UV rays can still penetrate and damage your skin through your car and home glass windows?... read more
A little backstory about my skin. Throughout my whole teenage life I struggled with a super oily t-zone, enlarged blocked pores, hormonal breakouts and acne scars. I don't even want to start on what I was using to treat them.... read more
As many of you know radiant skin also needs to come from what we eat as well as having a great skincare routine at home. What you eat hugely impacts that dewy glow everyone wants. Here's a list of some of the top foods to make you luminous from the inside out.... read more
Do you apply a SPF every day? If you answered yes, well done! But unfortunately most people answer no, and the rest are probably lying about frequency, and that's something that has to change.
Sunscreen is a vital part of your skincare routine all year round. Application during the colder months is just as important as in the summer, as 80% of the sun's rays can pass through clouds.... read more
Why cleansing is the most important step in your skin care routine!
So.. you get to the end of the day and cleansing is the last thing you want to do, BUT proper cleansing is so important! If you're not nailing this first step then all the other steps (serum, eye cream, moisturiser & oils) are not able to work well and absorb deep into the skin the skin where all those amazing ingredients are needed.... read more
What is it? Does it hurt? Why should I have it done? Is it safe?These are some of the questions asked when we was first introduced LED at Heavenly Bliss.... read more
I don't know about you but I seriously cannot wait to get my lashes back on! It's so true what they say, once you start, it's a hard habit to break because eyes without lashes is like not having the frosting on a cake!... read more