Why it's healthy to change your surroundings, and how you can have the perfect skin wherever you are
I do believe that there is no experience in life more valuable than travelling and exploring new cultures.
But exploring these new destinations can have an effect on your skin too - and you would normally have no idea.
Without realising it, your skin can become clogged, dried out and stressed - but you don't have to let that affect your adventures anymore.
Social media fashion mogul Chiara Ferragni teamed up with SK-II and National Geographic for their 'Face The Wild' campaign, to take a trek through the Anza Borrego desert and show you how she fights the affects of skin dehydration, and how she fights all of this with SK-II's Facial Treatment Essence. Check out the video for yourself below!
If this product can work in one of the driest places on earth, then what does that tell you?
Forget about packing 2 face creams, 3 night creams and 4 oils in your toiletries bag... you only need one product now.
Your travelling experiences eating fresh coconuts and mangoes by the sea will be so much richer if you keep your skin in good health too!
Let me know what YOU think of the campaign below and what your secret is to keeping your skin in good condition!
Please note that this is a sponsored post with SK-II.
A couple of weeks back, myself and other bloggers attended a fabulous Charlie & The Chocolate Factory afternoon tea at the One Aldwych Hotel, organised by The Blogger Programme.
Upon arrival, we were seated and asked to choose a drink of our choice from the menu (champagne or Charlie cocktail). The Charlie cocktail is a concoction presented in a little glass tea pot with dry ice.
The afternoon tea itself is presented as an array of assorted finger sandwiches (my personal fave was the cucumber on tomato bread), along with a mini quiche and some other savoury bites. There is also a vegan or gluten free menu and we found the staff very accommodating for this!
Now for the sweet part... everyone's favourite.
The main attraction of the afternoon tea - rhubarb and custard candy floss, accompanied by lemon meringue pots, cake pops and milkshake.
The hotel itself is stunning and the perfect location in central London to enjoy a catch up over an afternoon tea - it's just around the corner from Covent Garden at about 3 minutes walking distance.
I loved meeting the girls and it's so nice to meet people that you just click with! The staff, including the chef who came out to greet us, were extremely pleasant and helpful and I know I for one will definitely be returning ;)