The Beauty Bit: A Delicate Touch

BATD ON Feb 03, 2009 AT 1:53 pm

Amanda Lacey Aqua Dolce per Bambini

Amanda Lacey Aqua Dolce per Bambini

This week, I’ll confess to feeling a bit on the sensitive side. But, it’s not a boy that’s brought tears to my eyes – it’s my skin. An overload of rain, hail, snow, ice and every kind of wintery weather the sky can throw has left my complexion complaining. Investigating beauty treats to calm and soothe has thrown up these fabulous finds.

Amanda Lacey Aqua Dolce per Bambini
When a boffin works out how to put these wonder-crystals in the clouds, we’ll all be better for it! With a softening and neutralising effect in water, skin is left ultra-soft after bathing, and better yet, it has no scent, so won’t clash with any lavish fragrance you wear afterwards. The magic ingredient is rice, and it’s gentle enough for even a baby’s skin. £26, www.amandalacey.com.

Mary Cohr Antillergic Desensitizer

Mary Cohr Antillergic Desensitizer

Mary Cohr Antillergic Desensitizer
Skin-friendly magnesium banishes redness and inflammation caused by temperature fluctuations, pollutants or stress, and the creamy serum made my face feel instantly comforted. Used over the longer term, it delivers a multitude of nutrients to sensitive skin, so it’s not just a short-term fix. £35.70, www.beautyexpert.co.uk

Barefoot Botanicals SOS Face & Body Cream

Barefoot Botanicals SOS Face & Body Cream

Barefoot Botanicals SOS Face & Body Cream
I’m never without a supply of this ultra moisturising cream that tackles sensitive skin without overloading it. Good for both face and body for instant relief, it’s packed with soothing essential oils of chamomile, lavender and neroli that make it smell delish too. This is an all-year round emergency beauty essential that brings dry, sensitive skin back to life. £17.57, www.barefoot-botanicals.com

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