Lifestyle, travel, beauty, fashion and mummy blogger based in Surrey.

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Bamford Skincare


You may have seen on my Instagram that a few weeks ago I had the most gorgeous day in the Cotswolds at the beautiful Bamford Haybarn Spa.  I've always enjoyed a spa day - who doesn't?! However, since becoming a mother, I have realised that spa's really were made for mums. The quiet tranquil environment was just the escape I needed to reboot and relax.

During this peaceful and relaxing day I enjoyed the Bamford Bespoke Facial (£85 for 60 mins) and my congested and tired skin was pampered for an hour leaving it plump, glowing and revived.  The only sad part of having a facial, is that you know your skin is not going to look this good until your next one. However, I have been enjoying some of the gorgeous Bamford skincare products at home and they are already becoming fast favourites.

I am addicted to the Bamford Serum (£90) which contains strawberry seed oil which injects some serious moisture into the skin and naturally derived sodium hyaluronate and micro algae to smooth  and firm. It leaves the skin feeling amazingly hydrated and spoilt.

I am also in love with  Bamford Restore Elixir (£75) which I use a few drops in my night cream. Containing the must-have facial oil reship in combination with cacay nut oil (which is the new argan oil) in combination with retinol and vitamin e, which help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

I am also using the Bamford Exfoliating Mask (£60) which contains fruit enzymes to gentle resurface the skin, promoting cell regeneration. White english clay and aloe vera are also in the ingredient to balance and calm the new skin surface. As you should leave the mask on your skin ofr about 10 minutes, I haven't managed to use it that much at home yet - but I need to book myself in a bit of pampering time!

Although the Bamford products aren't the cheapest, they are real luxury treat to keep that fresh-from-a-facial look going a little longer!
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