Products we can’t live without: face the facts

Apr 1 2014

Stylish Spy

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If you're having a bad hair day, you can wear a hat. If you're having a fat day, you can wear your fail-safe make-me-thinner underwear. If your face isn't looking it's best ... well, there's not a lot you can do other than pop on a balaclava (not the best look in the office).

In order to avoid a visage catastrophe, you need to get yourself a really decent skincare regime. There are so many wonderful skincare products out there, and it's really hard to pick one favourite. So we haven't. We've picked a few!


Sundari Gotu Kola and Yucca Facial Serum is truly amazing! This serum firms and lifts gently using natural and organic ingredients - no nasty chemicals! We apply this under our regular moisturiser for an instant pick-me-up, and it leaves our skin rosy and glowing!





Voya is another glorious organic company with a fantastic ethos. We adore their Me Time Anti-ageing Moisturiser. Derived from natural organic hand-picked seaweed, this creamy moisturiser improves suppleness and elasticity whilst acting as a great primer to smooth your skin before you apply your make-up.




ila Face Oil for Glowing Radiance is nothing short of a cult product. This gorgeous nourishing face oil contains the finest rose otto oil, argan oil and rosehip oil which are full of anti-oxidants and fatty acids -- perfect for fighting wrinkles and repairing skin cells.




If, like us, you only want the very best from your spa-at-home products, then head to the brand-new luxury online boutique at The Good Spa Shop. Selling only the very finest top-of-the range spa gifts for men and women you can choose the perfect gift from a gorgeous range of skincare, body and home fragrance products from top spa brands including Anne Semonin, Germaine de Capuccini, Ila, Kimia, Neal’s Yard, Payot, Pinks Boutique, SenSpa, SPC, Sundari, Temple Spa, Ushvani and Ytsara!


Stylish Spy

1st April 2014

Spy Likes:

Minimalist lines; organic products; facial massage; tranquillity; interesting people-watching.

Spy Dislikes:

Discarded towels on loungers; steam rooms that aren't steamy; mobile phones.

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