Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Fenwick - Your Wellness Gift

The Gift With Purchase offering from Fenwick is championed as being 'Your Wellness Gift' and it is yours for free, once you spend £95 with them.
Fenwick - Your Wellness Gift
Right now, I am most definitely more about taking time out for myself, it has taken years for me to understand how precious those 5 minutes, half an hour or longer are. I am a bit of a workaholic, I don't blog fulltime and I love to read, all of those together mean I need to learn to manage my time better. That is why I love the theme of this GWP 
A time to refresh, reflect, and rejuvenate your sense of self - let's blow away the Christmas cobwebs, and jump head-first into January. With that in mind, we’ve curated a little something to help you start the year anew: Your Wellness Gift.
Described as championing the natural, the sustainable - and the serenely scented - this bag of skin saviours is here to boost your sense of wellbeing. Each one of the products is said to have been a thoughtfully selected product promoting five minutes of peace as a minimum, see how your mood lifts, stress lessens, and skin exudes an effortless “yes, I've had eight hours” radiance - something I think we all strive for.  Better still and in keeping with that sustainable approach, the products all come packaged inside a 100% cotton reusable pouch.


  • Organic Pharmacy Purifying Seaweed Clay Mask (10ml) - Described as being a decongesting paste combining kaolin clay, sage and eucalyptus, it is a great way to detox your skin.
  • Organic Pharmacy Peppermint Facial Wash (20ml) - Said to be an intensely refreshing face wash by The Organic Pharmacy, it contains an antibacterial blend of peppermint and tea tree, use once a day to keep blemishes at bay.
  • Immunocologie Self-Heating Face Mask - Naturally derived, scientifically optimised and sustainably sourced, Immunocologie skincare is state-of-the-art. Harnessing the power of warm black lava minerals and essential oils, consider this self-heating sheet mask a luminous, skin-plumping case in point.
  • land&water Alcohol Hand Gel (50ml) - I have lost count of the number of brands who know make a hand gel and this one is described as being a deliciously scented and diligently antibacterial. It is made here in Britain and bottled sustainably.
  • Rituals Foaming Shower Gel (50ml) - I adore the scent of this range from Rituals and their foaming shower gels are simply divine.  This one has the scent of cherry blossom and organic rice milk, which, when it comes into contact with water, it turns from a gel to a foam.
For your £95 spend, you definitely get yourself some really nice products and these Gift with Purchase offers are always a nice way to get to know brands you might now have come across.

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me To Start Feeling Better In Your Own Skin

Woman Wearing Teal Off-shoulder Dress


We live in a world that loves to tell us that we’re not good enough. Society at large is constantly saying that we’re either too big or too small, too tall or too short. That we wear too much makeup or not enough makeup! It can often feel as though you’re fighting an impossible battle with the standards of the world. Well, the truth is that you kind of are. The reality is that the world’s standards are often impossible to meet. Instead, what you should be doing is feeling good by your own standards. Here are just a few things that you can do to start feeling better in your own skin.

Accept things you can’t change
The biggest issue for a lot of people is that they constantly feel as though their life would be better if they could just change a few things here and there. But the truth is that there are some things that you just can’t change and if you spend your life worrying about them, you’re going to end up making yourself miserable. Instead, it’s far better to come to terms with the parts of your body that you can’t change and try to learn to love them instead. Look at them in a new way and try to shut out the voice in your head that constantly tries to criticise.

Change things if you want to 
Of course, it’s all well and good to just say “learn to accept yourself” but there are plenty of people who know that they have things that they want to change on their own terms. If that’s the case then don’t let anyone stand in your way. As long as you’re being safe and responsible there’s nothing wrong with it. A lot of methods of changing your appearance are becoming more and more available, like the reduced pricing for cosmetic surgery abroad or the new research into methods of losing weight. Whatever you choose to change, just make sure that you’re doing it carefully and that you’re not doing it for someone else.

Don’t try to live up to anyone else’s standards
If you spend your life trying to live up to the standards that the world has set for you, you’re going to find yourself feeling absolutely miserable and you’re never actually going to reach that goal. If you’re given an impossible standard, you’re only ever going to fall short. The only person whose opinion on your body and your appearance should matter is you. In fact, that’s something that you should apply to just about every aspect of your life as well!

Any change that you’re making to your appearance or your lifestyle, especially significant ones like diet or surgery, shouldn’t be taken lightly. You should make sure to talk to your doctor about the best way to go about any change that you want to make. Of course, the smaller changes like a new hair colour, a new makeup palette, or mixing up your wardrobe are entirely in your hands to do whatever you want with!

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