Mummy’s Little Stars reviews Flower Peel Serum

Vegan Beauty Jun 19, 2018 anti ageing bblogger beauty beauty blogger exfoliating flower peel serum natural serum vegan 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, General, Information, Skincare, Uncategorized

By Fiona @ Mummy's Little Stars Rather than listen to us here at Spa Technologies UK Head Office tell you how great our products are, we thought we would share some links over the next few days to reviews by beauty and lifestyle bloggers who have tried our products and proactively endorse them. Here's our first....please let us know what other products you would like to have reviewed. http://mummyslittlestars.com/vegan-flower-peel-serum-by-spa-technologies/   /...

In My Bag I Packed……..

Vegan Beauty Jun 7, 2018 beauty essentials beautyblogger blogger cruelty free cruelty free skincare essentials flower acids flower peel serum hibiscusflower organic peptides serum skin summer vegan vegan skincare veganskincare vitaminc 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, Information, Skincare, Uncategorized

By Cat Tierney An overview of the most versatile products and the holiday "must haves" by Spa Technologies UK As that hallowed fortnight in sunnier climes approaches there is always the last minute dilemma to get everything packed whilst taking minimal luggage. Your make up and skin regime weigh a ton, plus there are all the other extras you need to buy to ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable time away (and that's just your stuff - there's everyone else to think of too!). Minimising your make /...

Vitamin C derivatives and the effects they have to the skin

Vegan Beauty Sep 20, 2017 antiageing antioxidants beauty beautyblogger blog marineskincare naturalskincare organicskincare serum veganskincare vitaminc 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, Skincare, Uncategorized

We all heard about Vitamin C and its beneficial effects on the skin. There are quite a few derivates of Vitamin C used in skin care products and some are better than others due to their stability and ability to not oxidise once in contact with light and air. Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxidants to combat pigmentation, fine lines and visible sun damaged areas. It also boosts production of collagen, a protein found in our body that provides our skin with strength, elasticity and cell renewal. /...

Hibiscus Flower Acids – The new AHA

Vegan Beauty Aug 30, 2017 acids acne antiageing beautyblogger blog crueltyfree dryskin eczema exfoliation flower acids gentletotheskin hibiscusflower marineskincare natural oilyskin organic serum skincare treatacne vegan 0 Comments Posted in: Beauty, Information, Products, Skincare, Uncategorized

AHA (alpha hydroxyl acids) are well known in the beauty industry and salons and used to exfoliate skin to reveal a new, younger looking layer. But AHAs tend to over exfoliate and irritate the skin, leaving it red, inflamed and tender. This leads to over-processed skin which can create irreversible damage to the skin. Spa Technologies UK recognised the need for a less invasive approach for skin regeneration. Using pure extract of hibiscus flower, a complex of multiple acids and powerful antioxidants and a seaweed /...