It’s November and officially winter. It was freezing and rainy today, only 5 degrees here at Newcastle Upon Tyne, with strong wind and rain. So I have started to go back to my favorite winter moisturizer, crème de la mer from La Mer. I am sure you guys are no stranger to this cult product. This green little box doesn’t come cheap, but I … Continue reading Review | Crème de la Mer | My all time favorite winter night time product
After my morning yoga at home today, I finally opened my brand new La Mer refining facial. I actually got the package a week ago, but I have been waiting for the “right” moment to open it. Crazy right? I know! *v* I just think that this package is such a precious gift to myself. What can I say? I fell in love … Continue reading Crème De La Mer The Refining Facial
So I have relocated to the UK and I have dived myself right into their beauty skincare scene here. I see Charlotte Tilbury everywhere here and the ladies are crazy about everything Charlotte. Their cosmetic counter just look like a million dollar backstage with everything in rose gold, looking glamorous. So recently I picked up their Magic Night cream from Charlotte’s NEW Magic Skin Trilogy range, … Continue reading Review | Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Night Cream
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I came home today after attending a work event and I wanted to give my skin a treat! I got some coffee grind left over from this morning, so I decided to use it as the base of my face scrub. It’s super easy and anyone can do it! Read on! So you will need the… Continue reading Mix your own mask – Coffee scrub
I had a very rough and stressful month at work and I couldn’t sleep well for weeks, my skin is definitely complaining! So I decided to save my skin and treat myself. I visited the Caudalie Spa twice last month, so now I can write a review to share with you guys. 🙂
The treatment I had was the VINOPERFECT RADIANCE FACIAL, for complexion Correcting & Anti-Dark Spot.
The boutique & spa is located on Gough Street, Central. I am sure anyone who knows Central and loves food will know where this street is. It’s kind of between Sheung Wan and Central. With quite a few nice restaurants and cafes dotting the street.
The ground floor is a boutique and the second floor is the spa area. Upon arrival I was greeted by one of their staff, and once I told them I am here for a treatment, I was led into the waiting area with a cup of tea. They gave me a form to fill in for my first visit to be sure that I am not allergic to what is used in the following treatment. Then I was led to the treatment room on the second floor. The treatment room is quite big to Hong Kong standard and there are only two rooms. The atmosphere is quiet and tranquil, which makes you forget that you’re actually in Central, the busiest area in town.