miamoo complete cleansing system: gentle enough for the most delicate skin

As my eldest child is now 14, I look back on the days when he and I would enjoy a bath together.  As a big baby, he didn’t like the little bath, but in the big bath he was in his element.  We had fun and giggles, and it was the only time he got relief from some really dreadful colic.  Needless to say, that meant we spent quite alot of time in the bath.   Before he was even born, I had a bathroom cabinet full of the leading branded baby products.  They seemed to smell of ‘baby’ and […]

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Mothers Day Gift Guide: Under £10 #mothersday

With Mothers Days just over a week away I wanted to share some of my favourite potential purchases to suit every pocket. This installment is for gifts under a tenner. 1.  Scented Candle From Amphora Aromatics in Various Scents – £6.24 I adore these candles with a passion. They vary in price depending on scent, but are all very reasonable.  Despite the mini price tag they burn and smell like a luxury brand, and burn for 40 full hours! 2.  Travel Card Holder from Julie Slater and Son – £5 A cute and funky design that you’ll want to keep […]

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Amphora Aromatics natural Borage (starflower) oil face cream: product review

I adore Amphora Aromatics products, and have been using them for years.  Their PMT massage oil is to die for, and not just for PMT.  With notes of clary sage and lavender, it has been the direct result of a more relaxed and amenable me for years.  So when I was asked if I would like to try their new Borage Cream, my answer was along the lines of ‘is a bean green’? Or the more PG version ‘does a bear poop in the woods’? My second question was of course, what the fudge is borage oil?  Well, according to […]

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Love me beauty box: January edition

After all the excitement of Christmas, January seems to have run away from me – so I am a little late with my Love Me beauty box lineup for January.  It is however, one I believe to be worth waiting for. I have to say I still finding it thrilling when the postman knocks on the door – and I know none of my bills are that big (though give Southern Electric time I’m sure they can change that).  It is Christmas morning type excitement, and not just because I fancy the postman (Bob is doing well for 63 I’ll […]

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