I have previously written about how much I love the Angela Langford range of facial skin care. Having used the Rest & Regenerate skincare for a while I thought I would switch it up now that the sun has been out for a while.
My skin has been drying out as we have been working in the garden so I really felt like I needed something on top of a moisturiser. I enjoy using a serum or oil before moisturiser as it seems to sink into my skin and give me a more indepth softening so chose the Bloom & Glow Facial Oil.
Angela Lanford was a runner up in the 2014 Masterchef BBC 1 programme so the name may sound familiar. She obviously knew her way around the kitchen and living in Gibraltar was unable to source her usual skincare. This is where making her own came into play.
Angela says… “Perfect if your skin is sensitive, easily inflamed or generally out of kilter. This is your recipe gorgeous, glowing, radiant skin.”
Chia seed & sea buckthorn are blended together to deliver high levels of essential fatty acids, vitamins & antioxidants – it improves skin’s elasticity, calms inflammation & restores radiance.
Handmade in Britain and cruelty free this range of products contains everything that I believe in. Support local business and use as natural as possible. The Bloom & Glow oil was named the best facial oil by the Good Housekeeping Institute, scoring 91% by readers.
I soon realised a little goes a long way and a total of 3 small drops was enough to do my face and neck so it is going to last a long time. Priced at £20.50 it is still a lot cheaper than a lot of serums and oils yet works better than any I have tried in the past. Highly recommended and I can certainly see why the Bloom & Glow oil is one of their hero products.
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