My February LoveLula Monthly Picks

My February LoveLula Monthly Picks

I’ve made a few new green beauty discoveries this month and I thought I’d share with you my most recent purchases from LoveLula for the month of February.  So, here are My February LoveLula Monthly Picks.

 

Antipodes Culture Probiotic Night Recovery Water Cream

Antipodes Culture Probiotic Night Recovery Water Cream review

I’ve had my eye on this night cream for quite some time but it does come with quite a price tag (£45, as I write this), so I thought I ought to use up all of my previous night creams first.  This cream comes in an amber-tinted glass pot with a plastic lid, inside a cardboard box.  We all know I appreciate glass jars, so I like the packaging for this cream.

the consistency of the antipodes culture probiotic night cream

It’s a really light and creamy, pale lilac consistency.  I love the way it smells, of roses.  It absorbs into my skin really quickly and sinks in completely.  It’s still early days of me using it so I’m not sure if it’ll become one of my permanent favourites but, I must say, it’s looking very good!

It contains good bacteria and hyaluronic acid, which is a wonderful combination because it’s a textured water cream moisturiser.

Immerse your skin with hyaluronic acid and good bacteria for healthy skin, so you awake to your freshest, healthiest looking visage.

This skin cream is perfect for all skin types, especially tired, stressed or sensitive skin.  There are lots of clever and new ingredients that I’m not familiar with that make this night cream extra special  You can read more about this product here.  I’ll let you know more about how I get on with it in an up-and-coming empties blog post.

 

Kure Bazaar Khol Nail Polish

Kure Bazaar Khol Nail Polish review

A few years ago, I read that Princess Catherine sometimes wears Kure Bazaar nail polish, so if it’s good enough for her, I’m in!  I do love Kure Bazaar Nail Polish.  I have a couple of other colours of theirs.  I chose this colour because of my teenagers mostly.  They’re constantly asking me to paint their nails black so it needs to be something non-toxic for me to be on board with that.  Kure Bazaar is a 10-free nail polish, which means it doesn’t contain the regular nasties that you’ll find in general shop-bought nail polish, such as formaldehyde and toluene.

I find the Kure Bazaar polishes to be pretty quick to dry and hard-wearing, which are important factors (in my younger days, before I led a toxin conscious lifestyle, I had a nail polish that took about 4 hours to dry!).  The shade Khol is a really pigmented black, which is what I was looking for.  I would appreciate a slightly wider application brush because I paint each nail in the three-stroke method (one stroke in the middle and then one on either side).  You can see this nail polish here.  I do recommend this brand, as I said, I’ve used theirs before and they’re great.

It’s almost March.  Spring is on its way!  I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about my February LoveLula Monthly Picks.  Do keep your eyes peeled for my empties post coming up soon.  I have more to share with you all, as always.

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