Beauty file: Molton Brown | Burberry | Rahua | Erborian

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Alison Gray rounds up the week’s most stylish beauty products

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NEXT month Molton Brown will unveil its Dewy Lily of the Valley and Star Anise range, celebrating the traditional arrangement of the simple bridal bouquet. Lily of the valley is at the heart of the scent, with star anise adding a touch of sophistication. It may be a bit early to start thinking about Mother’s Day, but anything from this range would be perfect.

Dewy Lily of the Valley and Star Anise Bath and Shower Gel, £18 (


IT IS January. We are not currently glowing with natural radiance. So why not fake it? To assist you, Burberry has created Fresh Glow, a pearlescent base which can be applied over moisturiser and under foundation. Our tester was impressed; redness was toned down and her complexion appeared flawless. A glowing report.

Fresh Glow Luminous Fluid Base, £34 (


RAHUA products are organic and feature ingredients including rahua oil, which strengthens hair, and ungurahua omega 9, which fortifies follicles. This gift set features three of their best-selling products so you can try the shampoo, the conditioner and the hair mask. Rahua has been developed by Amazon Beauty which works with indigenous rainforest tribes. Clean and green.

Favourites collection, £70 (


ERBORIAN fuses traditional South Korean skin remedies with a soupçon of French luxury. The company’s Solid Cleansing Oil, a last-forever unguent, has proven a big hit, thanks to its shape-shifting structure from wax to oil to milk, on contact with water.

Solid cleansing oil, £29 (