Monday 20 June 2022

The Do Good, Feel Good Beauty Edit // Latest in Beauty

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The Do Good, Feel Good Beauty Edit is back and it is jam-packed with a huge selection of beauty products to help your skin look hydrated, nourished and revived - it is THE collection to get your hands on right now. Retailing at £34 with contents worth a massive £174, the box includes ten products, with nine of them being full-sized all perfect for summer. 

Inside you'll find the likes of Elemis, Rituals and Murad as well as old favourites Batiste and Burt's Bees. This box features Latest in Beauty's charity partner, Look Good Feel Better meaning 15% of the sale from each box will be donated to the charity. Not only that but the first few customers who purchase this edit will receive a complimentary Look Good Feel Better Sculpting Sponge and Detailed Eyeliner Brush Duo with their order. 

If you're unfamiliar with Look Good, Feel Better then they're a charity that runs free workshops both virtually and at Cancer Care Centres and Hospitals across the UK to support women, men and young adults with the physical and emotional side-effects of cancer treatment. Each of the workshops is led by trained volunteers in the beauty industry, providing practical advice about the changes to skin, eyebrows, eyelashes, hair, nails and body confidence. Volunteers in the health industry also lead our well-being-focused workshops covering meditation, breathwork and gentle exercise to help reduce feelings of isolation and anxiety.

As mentioned above, there are ten products included in the box, most of the brands I've tried although not these particular products so I'll pick some out to highlight below. 

Manucurist Huile Verte (15ml £14.00)
I regularly have gel nails so need to take extra care of my cuticles due to the UV light so this is a very welcome addition to my beauty drawers. Manucurist is a vegan and cruelty-free brand made in France. A must for rough nails and cracked cuticles, Manucurist's Huile Verte hydrates and nourishes with a cocktail of 6 plant oils. It smells incredible too, I've been applying it each night before bed. 

Florena is a brand I've been dipping my toes into recently and have been quite impressed so far. This particular product is enriched with fermented Hyaluronic acid, honeysuckle and fermented olive oil - making it an incredibly hydrating formula to improve skin and reduce lines in two weeks. While I cannot back up their claims of it working in two weeks (I haven't noticed too much of a difference yet) I have enjoyed how it is making my skin feel, there's definitely increased softness. 

I've dabbled with a number of solid shampoo bars over the years and have a few favourites but I haven't tried weDo/ Professional until now. Ideal for fine to normal hair types, the formula is made with 99.8% biodegradable, natural-origin ingredients such as organic olive oil and mineral green clay which both condition and purify, leaving a lightweight, nourished mane. It also smells incredible, I quite like it so far.

I fall in and out of love with makeup sponges, I'm currently in a love stage and really needed to replace the one I was using so this came at the perfect time. The sculpting sponge is a professional quality sponge featuring rounded sides to blend large areas of the face with a stippling action while the pointed precision tip is perfect for hard-to-reach areas. It can be used damp or dry, personally, I prefer to use them damp as it just sets my liquid foundation so much nicer. Big fan of these. 

The Do Good, Feel Good Beauty Edit // Latest in Beauty is available to order now for £34.00 direct from the Latest in Beauty website. This is sure to sell out, it's such an incredible saving and it's jam-packed full of beauty favourites. 

Don't forget if you're a LiB Pro member you'll get the best saving and free delivery, no code needed. 

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