I am constantly looking for great skincare and love trying new things in the hope of finding the elixir of life, that one stop bottle of magic that will rewind the years.
For the past couple of weeks I have been trying the Rest & Regenerate from Angela Langford. You may have heard the name before but in association with Masterchef as she was a runner up in the 2014 season! Knowing her way around the kitchen led Angela to make a decision that would lead down a different path. Living in Gibraltar and unable to source her usual skincare brand gave Angela the idea to create her own skincare line.
As word got out, more and more people plugged in to Angela’s ethos and, five years on from launching, Angela now helps hundreds of women with their skincare choices, many of which are looking for a natural alternative to the mega brands that they may have used in the past.
Handmade in Britain and cruelty free this range of products certainly peaked my interest, especially when I got an email to say my cream was held up as Angela wasn’t happy with how the batch was looking so had gone back to the board and used new ingredients to create a brand new batch. It is good to know that each supply is checked and if it doesn’t meet Angelas standards they start again!
Made with avocado, macadamia and pumpkin you certainly get the feeling of freshness when you open the pot. I love that I only need to use the smallest amount and it turns into an oil as soon as it hits my skin, hydrating it beyond belief and making me brave enough to go without make up! This is the first time I have felt confident in my skin in a long time.
As I mentioned earlier I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and I have made the smallest dent in the pot – this is well worth the cost and will last me a long time!
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