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Travel-Sized Beauty Favourites for Your Next Holiday
Times are tough right now. As well as the ongoing societal problem of systematic and systemic racism against black people across the world, the Coronavirus pandemic continues. With many of us still abiding by lockdown restrictions, travelling has been severely disrupted.  You may have had a holiday planned that’s been cancelled or postponed. You might have planned to take a quick trip away to escape the hustle and bustle of life. You probably planned a staycation to get away from your hometown for a short while. Regardless of your travel plans, it’s annoying to have to put things on hold. 
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Face SPF Products You Need to Try Right Now
It’s hot. There I said it. It really crept up on us. We were given rain and storms before a heatwave no one saw coming. I’m the first to burn too. I’ll step outside and within 10 minutes, I’m a rosy hue. This list is as much for me as it is you and I’m excited about it, let me tell you. 
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Summer Lovin’
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The Benefits of Meditation On Your Mental Health
Life is still a little on the crazy side right now… I mean, if you’d have asked me back in January what I thought I’d achieve this year, you can bet your bottom dollar I wouldn’t have said building a loungewear collection and not leaving my house for months, other than to go food shopping and walk the dog. No socialising… no holidays… not going into work…  Life has literally been flipped upside down for a lot of people and now more than ever, it’s important to look after our mental health and wellbeing. Spending most of your time alone, or with the same few people in your household can also be hard, especially if you’re a natural social butterfly.  
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1 Feb

The Cult Edit: February Favourites

T he excitement and non-stop enthusiasm have come to holt and it is now time to get back into the swing of things. Time to put yourself first with preparing your skin for spring after the harsh winter months. Get ready to glow and see what our team say about their ‘Skincare Saviours’ for this month’s Cult Edit!

RE9 ADVANCED PREPWORK GEL EYE MASKS, £48.00

Unfortunately, after the enjoyment, late nights, extensive amounts of food and drink, and cold weather, our skin gets worse for wear. These fun, soothing eye masks have ensured that my under eyes are bright and moisturised and as it says in the title, well and truly ‘prepped’. I use them around two times a month so they last a while, as the price is more on the expensive side, 60 eye gel masks will do just right.

  • Rosa, Editor Executive 

GLOSSIER FUTUREDEW, £23

If you don’t know about the Glossier Future Dew oil/serum hybrid, have you been hiding under a rock? With nourishing oils, this product is the shortcut to the way your skin looks after a full skincare routine: dewy, glowing, cared-for, all in one long-wearing product. I save Future Dew for my morning routine, purely because I don’t want any product going to waste; I want people seeing the results. I don’t think there’s been a day I haven’t put this on and it’s been saving my skin this winter. Another fab recommendation from our in-house skincare expert, Hollie.

  • Emma, Head of Editorial

LA ROCHE POSAY CICAPLAST LIPS, £7.00

La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Barrier Repairing Lip Balm has been a saviour for my chapped lips this Winter. The really thick balm has protected my lips from the cold, and they haven’t gotten dry or flaky like they usually would in cold weather.

  • Hollie, Partnerships Manager 

MARIO BADESCU, £7

The Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Cucumber and Green Tea has been my life saviour this winter. It has been a skincare essential and I’ll definitely be taking with me into spring. If like me, your face goes very dry these seasons, this spray will be the perfect additional step before you moisturise. Get your skin looking glowy and extra hydrated.

  • Fatoumata, Graphic Design

BALMONDS SKIN SALVATION, £18.99

Balmonds skin salvation is an award winning 100% natural salve, it nourishes, hydrates and protects sensitive, dry or itchy skin for the wintery, cold months. The rich beeswax-based formula forms a protective barrier against external irritants and encourages the skins own healing process. This is because beeswax is comprised of large amounts of vitamin A which is the vitamin that plays a huge key roll in cell regeneration.

  • Hera, Graphic Design

BLISTEX LIP MEDEX

While travelling I discovered this little lip saviour by Blistex and I haven’t left the house without it since. Blistex Lip Medex is formulated to provide quick cooling lip relief you can feel working as soon as you apply it. Helping to restore a healthy moisture balance to lips. Great all year round but perfect in these cooler winter months.

  • Asmita, Graphic Design

ELIZABETH ARDEN, £28.00

This month I am loving the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Skin Protectant Cream. After numerous recommendations it has been on my list to try for a while and did not disappoint! Intense moisturisation ideal for silky smooth face and hands. A must try.

  • Rose, Business Development Manager
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