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Stock Up Your Bathroom Cabinet with These in 2020...

Bathroom cabinets are the keepers of many every-day essentials, from toothbrushes and toothpaste, to painkillers, sanitary wear and children’s plasters...it’s all in there.

But this year, what about introducing your cabinet to something a little bit more exciting?

Here at Chemist.co.uk we’d like to introduce you to some of the best kept secrets of the beauty and skincare industry. We’ve rounded up a selection of products that we have available that come highly recommended by fashion and beauty insiders.

Here’s our essential round-up of some of the most coveted bathroom cabinet products.

Cleansers for all skin types

Bioderma Sebium H20 Purifying Cleansing Micelle Solution and Nuxe Micellar Cleansing Water are two of the most popular cleansers used by those in the fashion and beauty industry.

Bioderma Micelle Solution gently cleanses combination or oily skin - and thanks to its patented Fluidactiv ingredient it also helps control blemishes. For more sensitive skin types (and for those looking for a cleanser that leaves skin feeling soft and soothed), Nuxe Micellar Cleansing Water is a facial treatment that has no parabens and is hypoallergenic.

Botanical Hair Products

Klorane’s range of hair care is a popular and much-loved brand over on the continent - and its popularity is beginning to grow here in the UK. The Klorane Anti-Pollution Mint Shampoo and Mint Anti-Pollution Conditioner are especially popular as not only do they smell gorgeous but Klorane produce all their products with the environment in mind, using botanical science to make respectful products for the benefit of all.

Klorane also make a Keratine Strength Fortifying Spray which helps strengthen hair and slows down hair loss especially for lifeless or thinning hair caused by stress, fatigue and post-pregnancy or seasonal changes.

Skin Repair

Winter weather can play havoc with our skin. Dry chapped cheeks and the effects of central heating can leave skin thirsty for moisture - and throughout the year it’s great to have products to hand that can moisturise and add a little bit extra to your skincare routine.

Two products that come highly recommended by French beauty experts and make-up artists are La Roche Hyaluronic Acid Serum and Eau Thermale Avene Skin Recovery Cream.

La Roche’s formula is especially adapted not only to quench skin but to also leave it feeling supple and fresh; it will add bounce and elasticity to areas where fine lines appear – a bonus!

Eau Thermale Avene Skin Recovery Cream is great for sensitive skin, it calms irritation and gives long lasting protection to naturally sensitive skin.

Chapped Lips

Make-up fans all love a new lipstick but there’s nothing worse than applying your favourite shade only to be dampened by chapped lips. For intense, overnight restoration we have Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Intensive Lip Repair Balm and for day-to-day use Nivea’s Lip Soft Rose Blister which also adds a pretty subtle sheen.

Make-up artist must haves

Last but not least, we want to share with you two products that apparently every make-up artist knows about and recommends you keep in your bathroom cabinet arsenal.

Bioderma’s Photoderm Max Very High Protection Spray is used by those in the know, as it’s extremely absorbent, leaves skin moisturised rather than greasy, smells great - and for those who suffer breakouts from sun protection creams, this one works with your body’s natural defence mechanism, leaving pores unblocked and irritation free.

Finally if Vichy is a brand you’ve yet to experience we recommend you give their Dermablend Fluid Corrective Foundation a try – a great staple product that lasts all day, provides excellent coverage and a natural flawless finish.

Until next time...

Disclaimer: If you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed in the products mentioned, do not consume them. Always check with your doctor before trying a new medication or regime, and if irritation or allergy occurs stop using the product or medication immediately.


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