One product I have never really used or trialled on my blog before is eye cream, mainly because I’d read that as long as you have a good quality moisturiser then a separate eye cream is not really necessary and a bit of a placebo product. Over recent months I have however found myself becoming increasingly concerned about covering dark circles under my eyes and dealing with general fatigue and puffiness…
As if Amanda Shale: Senior Lecturer, Vice Chair of the College of Chinese Medicine and MD of the Acupuncture Society did not have an impressive enough CV without then adding her own company Acuregen Limited.
With a tag line of “look loved, feel loved” it’s hard to ignore the impact looking good has on your health, self esteem and confidence so when business women and health professionals like Amanda develop their own range of completely natural, ethical and safe products for consumers like me why would I not want to embrace and support them?
A few weeks back I was lucky enough to meet Deborah Mitchell who is the founder of Heaven Skincare and the innovative Bee Venom Mask. Deborah is the first to be featured in my Women in Business series and is someone who knows only too well how difficult it can be to succeed and protect your identity in the market.
There have been so many rave reviews and copycat products since Kate Middleton gave away her beauty secret of bee venom so imagine my joy when I got samples of Wei’s Makuna bee venom anti wrinkle face mask and Rodial’s bee venom daily moisturiser with my recent Space NK haul.