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It can be a minefield trying
to figure out the most beneficial products for your skin and how their combined
ingredients can combat your skin concerns. Luckily, the skincare experts at Zo Skin Health have debunked some of
the top skincare ingredient buzzwords so you know exactly what to adopt into
your skincare routine.
Retinol: A widely used term within the
skincare industry, Retinol based products can help improve the look of fine
lines and wrinkles whilst also smoothing the surface area of the skin. You
should apply a retinoid once a day, most preferably in the evening as skin will
be sensitive to sunlight afterwards – use after cleansing and before applying
your moisturiser. Vitamin
C: Vitamin C is most commonly
taken orally; however, the ingredient also has varying benefits when applied
directly to the skin. Vitamin C provides
a range of benefits including evening out your skin tone, protecting your skin
against pollution, improving hydration and keeping an overall youthful
Today I thought I would share with you my experience baking Tanya Burr's infamous cookies, and tell you how I did it along the way if you are unfamiliar with the gorgeously gooey circles of delight's recipe. You will need:
75g of cocoa powder
A dash or two of milk, depending of how dry your mixture seems to be
300g of caster sugar
275g of self raising flour
200g of butter
A large bar of white chocolate
A large bar of milk chocolate
One large egg
Preheat your oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
Cream together your butter and sugar in a large mixing bowl, before cracking your egg into the mixture. You then want to stir in all your dry ingredients. At this point you want to add your milk if the dough is looking dry. After this, you want to break all your chocolate up into the squares and chuck it in. (And eat a piece or two - of course!) Start using your hands to form a dough, and when it is all combined, you can put in on a surface and separate it into rather large balls, ready …
Over a year ago now I wrote a blog post named "What makes a successful relationship?". I wrote it because I was curious. I wrote it in defence to an altercation I had. I wrote it because I was looking for validation.
The whole post was one big discussion about the definition of success, in relation to well, relationships. And when I say relationships, I mean all kinds, romantic and not. I spoke about how all relationships don't have to be society's definition of successful, to be successful for you. I did a lot of reading when I was writing that post, and I couldn't find a source that said what I was trying to say.
And then last month, I read a book.
It was called "When we collided".
And it said what I have been trying to say, for this past year.
"That's the thing they never tell you about love stories: just because one ends, that doesn't mean it failed. A cherry pie isn't a failure just because you ate it all. It's perfect for what …