It’s hard to believe that it’s been three years since my first blogger evening at Duo Boots in Bath – and, impressively considering the rate at which I seem to ruin shoes (I do a lot of walking), I still wear and love that very first pair of Duos.
Last time I headed over to Bath on the train for an evening of oohing and ahhing at beautiful shoes it was for the launch of Duo’s new name, Ted & Muffy. After feedback from their loyal customers, though, they’ve decided to reinstate the Duo brand (isn’t it nice to see a company actually listening to shoppers?). Continue reading “A new season (and a not-so-new name) at Duo Boots”
I’m back! Not sure how it happened, but it’s been 3 months since my last post. It’s really easy not to blog, isn’t it? Anyway, I’ve got a couple of finished makes to share with you soon, but for now I’m talking skincare.
I’ve had every skin problem in the book – spots, dry patches, sensitivity, redness – and over the years I’ve tried about a million products. Some of them worked, some of them didn’t (and some of them gave me an allergic reaction), and lots sort-of-worked, but not quite enough to justify re-buying. My latest try-it-and-see purchase, though, is definitely one I’ll be purchasing again. Continue reading “The skin saviour”
Happy New Year all! I’m not usually one for making New Year’s resolutions, but, as I’ll be reaching the big 3-0 this year (eek!), I think making more of an effort with skincare might be one of mine for 2017.
I’ve never been ultra fussy when it comes to choosing skincare products – usually my only criteria is that they have to be natural, or at least contain some natural ingredients, and free from parabens and other nasties. So I was intrigued to find out more about a new-to-me brand called iS Clinical, a cosmeceutical skincare line that uses pharmaceutical-grade botanical ingredients, at a blogger event held at Bristol’s S-Thetics Clinic in Queen Square at the end of last year. Continue reading “New year, new skincare”