FEBRUARY FAVOURITES

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I am pretty darn lazy when it comes to shaving: especially in the colder months. I, for one, cannot be bothered to spend an extra 5 minutes in the shower removing the fluff. So, instead of razors, I use an epilator – a somewhat painful, yet much more liberating and inner-lazy-gal-rejoicing alternative to shaving. 
 
The Remington Smooth and Silky Cordless Wet/Dry Epilator is my weapon of choice: a tool that can be used in the shower, is versatile and offers far more superior results than other brands. With multiple attachment caps, and a cap that contains aloe vera to soothe, this versatile necessity has been my saving grace this February. I know it will become a trusty steed in my 2014 journey to being less ‘hairy’! 
 
 
If you have ever met me, you will know how god-darn pasty I am. I radiate whiteness like plutonium emits radioactivity – and it aint sexy! I embrace my British paleness, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes, a gal needs a little glow that is not coming from her see-throughness! A little glow and luminosity never hurt anyone, that is why I wouldn’t be caught dead on a night out without my RCK!
 
This light, sheer and luminous glow-giving lotion boosts my complexion, transforming it from pale to a natural tone of ‘healthy’ and evens out skin tone (no more nasty patchy skin). Pastiness becomes camera-ready, it is quick drying and instantly gives my skin tone a sexy boost. I use it on any body part that is not covered (minus the face), and it most definitely boosts my confidence to show off a little more skin!
 
 
To say I love the brand DMK would be the understatement of the century. If I could afford it, I would use it every day for the rest of my life – it literally is like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Narrowing down my favourite product from their range is super hard, but there is one product this month that I would like to draw attention to and rave about – and Dermatox is it!
 
Dermatox is a skin purifier, perfect for those who are exposed to radiation, pollution or who need a good deep clean. It is designed to draw impurities out of the skin, and instantly brighten ones complexion. It smells a little rank when it is working its magic, but the results are so worth the 10 seconds of putridity! February was a month of ‘cleansing’ hence the deep passion for said product!
 
 
My skin is drastically dry. Excuse the aliteration, but it was the best use of the English language to explain just how Sahara-rivalling my skin has turned over the past year. Being the girl to not get her hopes down by a little dryness, I have turned to my newest friend in the relieving of said dry spell – a concentrated body oil turns an oasis mirage in the desert into reality! 
 
Boosting firmness, this rich and decadent body oil is changing my skin for the better: making it more supple, softer and deliciously scented. This combative beauty will be in high demand in Winter: not only for the dryness obliterating, but because the scent is like a nasal soundtrack to the rainy weather – #Bliss!
 
What were you must-use products for February?
 
Love Luc X
 
    
** I was kindly gifted these products (minus the LOccitane body oil) for blog consideration. This did not, in any way, influence my opinion on the product. 
Images- RCK, Remington, L’Occitane, DMK
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  • I bought an epilator about a year ago, I used it for about 30 seconds but it just scared me and I haven’t used it since! It wasn’t the pain that freaked me out, it was the end of it, it looked like it might go wrong and shred my skin to bits!! I think I may need to attempt it again haha. xx

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