Friday, 6 December 2019

Review: Rubis Tweezers

When it comes to tweezers, my past thoughts have been whatever I have from last year's Christmas gift set! Now I've been introduced to Rubis, I'm fully converted.

Rubis made their name crafting precision tweezers exclusively for the Swiss watch industry. they are used to make watches by Patek Philippe, Cartier and Rolex where only the most precise tweezers of highest quality can be used. 25 years ago they branched out into beauty tools using the same factories and skilled craftsmen and as a result they can't be matched for quality.

I've loved using these tweezers, they really are amazing for plucking even the tiniest of hairs! They're heading straight into my makeup bag and I definitely recommend you do so too.

Have you tried this before? What's the best product you've discovered in 2019?

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Rhiannon x

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Monday, 31 December 2018

Review: Swissforce Couperose 6 Months On

As it's been 6 months since my last Swissforce Couperose Review, I thought now would be a great opportunity to update you all on my progress with it!

Like most people, I suffer from redness across my cheeks when the weather gets colder and this year I was kindly gifted the Swissforce Couperose Thread & Spider Veins Balm to help calm this. Generally I've been applying it once in the evenings just before my moisturiser, as I find this works best for me.

I've really enjoyed the texture and smoothness of the product and with constant use, I have seen a visible improvement to the redness in my skin. It was never drastically bad but I've always been conscious of it showing through my makeup! I like that it sits well underneath my moisturiser and doesn't react badly to the rest of my skin or anything.

If like me you suffer from redness from the cold weather or are conscious of spider or thread veins, I'd definitely recommend you pick this up from After years of trying to find something for my skin, I'm so glad I've been introduced to Swissforce Couperose!

Have you tried this before? What's the best skincare you've discovered in 2018?

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Rhiannon x

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Wednesday, 7 November 2018

REVIEW: LQ Liquid Health Supplement Skin, Hair & Nails

For a few years I've been taking supplements to help boost the appearance of my skin, but recently I'd found that they haven't been working as well as I'd like. Enter LQ Liquid Health Supplements Skin, Hair and Nails!

Each day I've been taking a shot of LQ Liquid Health Supplements and I've been surprised at how quickly the results have shown! I've been taking them every day for a month now and my skin has never been as clear as it has been now, I'm seriously impressed. 

It has a selection of ingredients like collagen, hyaluronic acid and biotin that are proven to help boost the overall health of your skin, hair and nails. Whilst my hair has been looking shiny and glossy again, my nails don't break or feel as weak as they used to be. I can hands down say it's because of the LQ Liquid Health Supplements Skin, Hair and Nails!

You can buy them from Boots for £29.99 for a 10 day box or you can go direct to LQ Liquid Health and choose their subscribe and save option, which will save you money in the long run!

What's your opinion of liquid supplements? Have you tried LQ Liquid Health before?

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Rhiannon x

Thursday, 11 October 2018

Battling a sore throat with Grether's Pastilles

If there's one thing I can guarantee about the new season, it's that I'll most definitely get a sore throat, cough or cold of some sort! So when I had the chance to review Grether's Pastilles on my blog, I jumped at the chance.

Grether's Pastilles are handmade in Switzerland and are packaged in these cute little tins and refill packets are available too - so you're never without them! I chose the Blackcurrant Sugar Free flavour because I am obsessed with this flavour. Instead of chewing the pastilles, you gently suck on them and you can actually feel a protective layer coating your throat. 

Whenever I am suffering from a sore throat or feel one about to attack, I pop a Grether's Pastilles in my mouth and it feels instantly soothed and protected again. I did a little research into the brand and loved reading about their manufacturing process, did you know the pastilles sit for 3 months before being packaged into tins? That's how you get all the nourishment from the pastilles! 

You can pick up Grether's Pastilles from and the tins start at £3.99. The other flavours include Elderflower, Redcurrant and Blueberry too, all of which are on my list to try next...

Have you tried Grether's Pastilles before?

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Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Travelling with Twist & Spritz and The Fragrance Shop

When it comes to travelling, I like to travel light (because that means I can fit in more shopping, no?) and it's especially important when it comes to my favourite fragrance. Currently I am loving Daisy by Marc Jacobs, which I picked up from The Fragrance Shop along with the Twist & Spritz fragrance atomiser. 

Daisy by Marc Jacobs is a fresh and uplifting scent, the perfect daytime scent and it's fast becoming my signature scent. Although I do adore the bottle design, it isn't exactly travel friendly. That's where the Twist & Spritz fragrance atomiser comes into play.

You simply pump the fragrance into the atomiser, so there's no faffing around pouring the fragrance from one to another - and you're ready to go! Obviously I picked the rose gold style because I'm that cliche. It also fits perfectly in my handbag so I'm never without my signature scent. 

Have you tried Daisy by Marc Jacobs or Twist & Spritz before?

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Rhiannon x

Thursday, 2 August 2018

Review: Swissforce Couperose

I'm making it part of my mission to start talking more about the beauty concerns we're embarrassed about. Starting with redness, thread and spider veins! Not the most glamourous of topics to write about, but something that always comes about in the summer.

Because my skin is super sensitive (hello pale English rose skin!) it sometimes reacts badly to the heat. I've been trailing and testing the Swissforce Couperose balm throughout this heatwave we've been having - and have had amazing results! A little really does go a long way with this product and I love that it absorbs so quickly into my skin and gets to work straight away.

If you suffer from redness or thread and spider veins during the summer, I'd 100% recommend this!

I picked mine up from but you can also find it from from £24.90 30ml size. 

Have you tried Swissforce before?

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Rhiannon x

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Sunday, 8 July 2018

Review: RosehipPLUS Rosehip Oil

I'll let you into a secret, I used to be scared to use a oil on my skin. To me oils would equal in an oily and shiny face and because I have combination skin, I thought it would completely throw off the balance. However since I've been using the RosehipPLUS Rosehip Oil I've been converted.

RosehipPLUS is an Australian brand that's available in the UK online from places like Amazon and directly from the brand website. The first thing I noticed about the product is the amazing size and value for money! A little goes a long way with this oil and you only need a few drops for it to be completely absorbed into your face. I've mainly been using it as a nighttime moisturiser as it helps to target my dry patches (they've cleared up so well since I've been using it!) and obviously help to keep my skin lovely and smooth.

There isn't a particularly strong smell, which means it's great for sensitive skin types, and it's 100% natural and Organic Certified - something I'm definitely taking more notice of with my skincare brands! Since doing a bit more research into the brand and product I've discovered it's also great for reducing the appearance of scars and stretchmarks. Like any gal I have a few stretchmarks on my thighs I've like to be less obviously and a large scar on my forearm, which probably will never disappear but I'm looking forward to trying RosehipPLUS on it and seeing how well it does. 

Overall if you're on the look out for a natural facial oil to try, you won't go wrong with RosehipPLUS Rosehip Oil! Pick yours up from Amazon or and make sure to let me know what you think.

Have you tried RosehipPLUS before? What's your favourite facial oil?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

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