Wondering whether it’s worth splashing upwards of £40 on that expensive bust cream? Read our selection of cream reviews before you make your decision!
My recent review of Sepai Boobster Body Extract revealed I’m not exactly a fan of do-it-yourself science experiments. As a typical working mum, time is short and my patience wears thin when beauty treatments involve more than one tube.
From a quick glance at their website, you could be forgiven for thinking skinChemists is some kind of maverick laboratory-cum-voodoo manufacturer, given that product ranges include Bee Venom, Wild Caviar and the award-winning Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum.
“If you are looking for a concept that breaks all the paradigms in cosmetics, Sepai is your choice,” proclaims the marketing behind this skincare brand. And they’re not kidding – Sepai is a range of products with a difference, the main difference being that you have to physically make up your personal solutions yourself.
Founded in London in 1999 by Maria Hatzistefanis, the Rodial brand was designed to “bridge the gap in the market between scientific and more natural based skincare”. In other words, this range of products specifically offers an alternative to plastic surgery and other cosmetic procedures, such as injections.
I’ve reviewed nearly twenty beauty products for Let’s Talk Breasts now and, a bit like my bust, my aim is always to be firm, fair and even-handed. I’m used to weighing up pricing versus how long each product lasts, the appeal and appearance of the packaging on my bathroom shelf, the consistency of the lotion, cream or serum and how well it absorbs into my skin.
I have to say I’m a big fan of the This Works branding. Following their tagline “Modern Natural Beauty” to a T, the company certainly doesn’t beat about the bush promising all sorts of fanciful frills, instead getting straight to the point with product titles that presumably do what they say on the tin.
Mio’s Boob Tube+ claims to leave you with fit skin for life – they are so confident of their product that they suggest you will be thanking them in 20 years’ time. The down-to-earth marketing doesn’t try to bamboozle with scientific jargon, but simply explains how crinkly the décolletage can look if left unloved, and why the delicate skin is in dire need of a rich moisturiser.
Shiseido is a company boasting an impressive history. A Japanese pharmacy embracing Western styles, it was founded by Yushin Fukuhara back in 1872 and has since evolved into a global beauty presence, selling a wide range of products including skincare, fragrance and makeup.
Love Boo is a delightful collection of luxurious natural skin, bath and beauty products for new mums and their babies. Relatively pricey, they seem like the perfect presents for celebrating new arrivals and indeed there are plenty of gorgeously packaged gift sets on their website.
I hadn’t come across Dr. Organic products before and was interested to discover this multi-award-winning range not only uses natural and organic raw materials wherever possible, and sustainable natural alternatives whenever a organic ingredient cannot be sourced, but they have also recently released an anti-aging Snail Gel harnessing the ‘unique substance’ produced by snails to regenerate human complexions…
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