GABY Soutar rounds up this week’s best beauty products
Ooh la la say Bourgois
Bourjois have taken inspiration from the Sixties, Art Deco and the latest Parisian trends to come up with their six piece Spring colour collection. You can’t go wrong with this palette of co-ordinating and slightly glittery shades, including a pale gold that’s ideal for highlighting, and the perfect taupe.
Sau-Mondaine No12 Palette, £7.99, Bourjois, www.bourjois.co.uk
With a smell that’s reminiscent of baby powder, this potion is a new addition to L’Occitane’s popular Shea range. It contains soothing oils of shea and manula, making it perfect for skin that’s struggling through winter. You’ll only need a tiny spot during the day, underneath your usual moisturiser, but, for best results, slather on at night to beat dry patches.
Comforting Oil, £29, L’Occitane, www.uk.loccitane.com
Apparently this lotion contains an emollient, Omega9XEster, which was originally used to repair cracked leather saddles. Designed to soften the look of sun damage, it doesn’t contain sunscreen, but does impart a clever cosmetic effect that made our wrinkly faces look instantly smoother and more radiant. Great as a foundation primer too.
Over-Exposed Sun Damage Rescue, £39, Time Bomb, www.timebombco.com