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Product Review – Indigo Herbs Papaya Seed Oil

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Hello September! The weather has done a complete 360 in the last few days. It is now a bit chilly with the endless rain and I can smell Autumn. I love taking extra care of my skin in the autumn months to get it ready for the harsh cold weather we experience in winter. Winter can leave my skin really dry so I like to ensure I get my skin ready for that. I recently started using this Indigo Herbs Papaya Seed Oil (Cold Pressed) and I really like it. The Latin name for the oil is Carica papaya, and the oil is extracted using the cold pressing method. It is my first time of using a cold pressed oil and I am loving it.

 

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Here are my thoughts on this Indigo Herbs Papaya Seed Oil

 

PROS
  1. I love the texture of the oil. It is very light and non-greasy.
  2. The packaging is compact which makes it easy to pop in a handbag or luggage to take on holiday. I also like the fact that the oil comes with an expiry date as most skincare products don’t.
  3. It brightens skin’s complexion and leaves the skin very moisturised.
  4. This oil can be used in many ways. I use it as a massage oil. I also use it in the bath sometimes. It can also be used in homemade, natural skin and hair preparations.
  5. The oil is fragrance free and easily absorbed into the skin.
  6. I like the price tag of £13.99 for a 100ml bottle. That is super affordable.
  7. It is Vegan.
  8. This oil is handcrafted in Somerset UK, so you can be rest assured it is great quality.

 

CONS

None.

 

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This oil is naturally anti-inflammatory and for external use only. It is rich in antioxidant vitamins and phytonutrients.

Overall, I really like this Indigo Herbs Papaya Seed Oil and that’s why there are no cons. I can’t fault it in anyway; it is perfect for my skin and it is super affordable. What is there not to like?  I love how it feels on my skin and I can see myself using this massage oil for a very long time. It is definitely worth trying.

Have you tried this Indigo Herbs Papaya Seed Oil? What do you think of it? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below, let’s chat.

Thanks for stopping by. Please like, comment and share this post if you enjoyed reading it. Have an amazing week ahead.

 

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Review – Naissance Fractionated Pure Coconut Oil

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I am always on the look out for great skincare and hair products to use. My hair is natural and so I like using pure natural products on it. I am currently using Naissance Fractionated Pure Coconut Oil on my hair and I am loving it. I added it to my haircare routine some weeks ago and my hair is thanking me for it. There are so many ways of using this product. I currently use it as a hair moisturiser but it can also be used as a makeup remover, massage oil, used alongside shampoo and conditioner for added moisture, and in many other ways. 

For those who have never heard of Naissance Fractionated Pure Coconut Oil, here is a brief product description for you –

This Naissance Coconut Fractionated Oil is super lightweight, fast absorbing yet ultra moisturising. It is a great all-rounder oil.

 

Ingredients:

100% Coconut Fractionated Oil

 

 

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Here are my thoughts on this amazing pure coconut oil –

 

PROS
  1. I love the simple packaging. It looks good on my dressing table and no messes at all.
  2. It is 100% pure and natural. Certified cruelty free and vegan friendly.
  3. I like the fact that I can use this oil in many different ways.
  4. It gives my hair the added moisture it needs, and it leaves it soft and shiny.
  5. This pure coconut oil easily penetrates the hair strands and helps nourish and condition my hair. I believe it has helped grow my hair some more in the last few weeks.
  6. This oil is light weight and absorbs very easily.
  7. It is liquid at all at home temperatures which is amazing.
  8. A little of this oil is all you need. It goes a long way.
  9. It is an odourless oil. So you don’t get the strong coconut smell with this oil.

 

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CONS

None.

 

Overall, I really like this product. I think it is a great multi-tasking product to have at home. It is gentle on the hair and skin, and it does an incredible job. I can’t see myself ever not using this pure coconut oil now that I have discovered it. What do you think of it? I am going to be playing around with this oil some more and create some beauty recipes. I will be sharing my discoveries on here and my YouTube Channel, so go subscribe if you haven’t done so already, and keep reading Fashion and Style Police.

You can shop this great product and watch me use this oil in the video below –

 

 

 

Best Skincare Products for during and after pregnancy

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Pregnancy does take a massive toll on our physical and mental health. Our skin also suffers thanks to the stretching, hormones and extra weight we carry. It can be too much sometimes, which is why we must take good care of our skin whilst pregnant and after pregnancy. We must remember to care for our skin regardless of how tired and busy we may be after delivery. I know how tiring it can be after delivery. I remember how tired I was after birthing the twins. Skincare was the last thing on my mind. Even taking a shower felt like a chore. I didn’t feel like doing anything but sleep. So I know how easy it is to neglect your skin during and after pregnancy. But caring for your skin is best and your skin will thank you for it for years and years to come.

Here are some of the 3 skincare products you should try during and after pregnancy –

 

Jergens Ultra Healing Extra Dry Skin Moisturiser £11.59

 

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This Moisturiser is great for those struggling with extra dry skin during or after pregnancy. It works so well, locking moisture for up to 48 hours, which is so amazing. Jergens Ultra Healing Extra Dry Skin Moisturiser is gentle on skin but yet very effective. I recommend this moisturiser for any one dealing with extra dry skin, especially during pregnancy.

This moisturiser is all you need to get your skin glowing again. It absorbs quickly into extra dry skin, including very rough spots like heels, elbows, and knees. It penetrates the five layers of skin to heal dryness at the root. 

 

Bio-Oil Specialist Skincare Oil 200ml £13.69

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I have been using Bio-Oil Specialist Skincare Oil for many years now and I can testify to how amazing this body oil is. It is such a great skincare product. If you must use 1 skincare product during and after pregnancy, I strongly recommend you use Bio-Oil. This oil helps prevent formation of stretch marks during pregnancy and helps improve the appearance of stretch marks you may have already.  It also helps improve the appearance of uneven skin tone, new and old scars. 

I always make sure I have a bottle of Bio-Oil in my bathroom cabinet. It is so useful, which is why it is UK’s No.1 selling scar & stretch mark product.

 

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Massage Stretch Marks Lotion £7.95

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This is another great product I used during and after my pregnancy. It contains Shea Butter, Argan Oil, Elastin and Collagen which helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks.  This body lotion is also free of Mineral Oil, Parabens and Phthalates. The mild fragrance is so amazing. I really like it. It also helps in reducing cellulite marks, which is many of us battle with. If you are after trying a new body lotion to combat stretch marks and cellulite marks, then you should give this a try.

 

Have you tried any of these skincare products before? What are your thoughts on them? Please share your views in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading. Have a great Easter!

 

 

 

 

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