As the Summer approaches a lot of us are beginning to go on holiday. Some people are opting for traveling abroad whilst others are having a staycation. Whether you’re staying in your native country or heading somewhere a little further afield we have a product that many of you holidaymakers will find useful this Summer. The product that we are talking about is of course the Veil Witch Hazel Cream which retails at £7.00 and is available to purchase right here on our website. If you haven’t heard of it,... Read More
Beauty blogger Raspberrykiss has featured the Veil Cover Cream in the shade Brown in her “2 Excellent Contouring Products I Love To Reach For” blog post. In her post Shannon said: “The consistency is very creamy and it blends very, very well.” You can purchase Veil Cover Cream in Brown here on our website. Prices start at £19.95 for 10g.
Today is World Vitiligo Day, a day aimed to build awareness of the skin condition Vitiligo. If you aren’t aware of Vitiligo, it is a skin condition where portions of the skin lose its pigment. This happens when skin pigment cells are unable to function or when they die. The cause of Vitiligo is currently unknown but research does suggest that it may arise from autoimmune, stress, genetic, neutral or viral causes. Vitiligo is also classified into two main categories, Segmental and Non-Segmental. Segmental Vitiligo tends to affect areas of... Read More
Check out Raspberrykiss‘ blog post where she asks the question, Is The Veil Powder Brush A Good Tool? In her post Shannon says: ” The brush its self picks up powder really, really well and it is perfect for applying a dusting of powder over your foundation, Cover Cream or concealer to set your base makeup.” You can purchase the Veil Powder Brush here on our website. The product retails at £6.95.
1. Prevents blemishes The Veil Witch Hazel Cream is a natural astringent which means that it has the ability to remove excess oil from the skin and temporarily shrinks the pores. During day to day life our skin is exposed to lots of environmental pollutants. These pollutants enter our skin via our pores and in many cases end up blocking the pores and causing breakouts and blemishes. These can be in the form of pustules (pus filled spots) or comedones (blackheads) Also it isn’t just pollutants that block our pores, Sebum,... Read More