When I was last talking pits and shifting some of my beauty routine over to 'clean' products, one name popped up time and time again - Soapwalla. Apparently hugely popular with natural beauty fans, their products are still handmade in New York. Thankfully I didn't have to travel that far to find this little pot of magic (although I certainly wouldn't have minded that trip at all); I bought mine from Content Beauty in London. While I was there the sales assistant told me she was a fan too and Content know their natural products, so I had particularly high hopes. 

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During the summer I noticed my brows were looking a little patchy and my eyelashes felt parched. While it's a tiny problem, even the best mascara struggles with lashes that are brittle and the most deft hand with an eyebrow pencil can't quite replicate a naturally full brow. However I wasn't quite ready to turn to the lash serums that are invariably expensive and packed with bizarre sounding ingredients.

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While I'm pretty serious about skincare, I've never found spas or facials to be a particularly relaxing experience. A bit like organised fun, organised relaxation doesn't seem to work too well for me either - not least because the current trend seems to be for exhaustive and perplexing treatment menus. However I was promised Suti's Core Facial would do both my skin and mind a world of good.


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