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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Invigorating beauty products


The shower gel
Water mint invigorating shower gel, £5, by Champneys (champneys.co.uk). About as fresh and tingly as it gets. Contains essential oils of water mint, peppermint, spearmint and orange, guaranteed to blow all cobwebs away .
The skin oil
Energising oil, £18, by aveda (0870 034 2380). If your morning shower hasn’t woken you up, massaging this jasmine- and sage-infused oil briskly into your skin afterwards can’t fail. Light enough for you to get dressed immediately .
The toner
Eau de beaute, £10, by Caudalie, from spacenk.co.uk. Catwalk make-up artists swear by this to give radiance to even the most jet-lagged model’s skin. Extracts of grape, rosemary, mint and orange blossom result in renewed vigour.
The scent
Eau dynamisante, £33 for 200ml, by Clarins (clarins.co.uk). This fragrance is a brilliant multitasker. Lemon and thyme extracts refresh your senses, while ginseng and aloe tone and calm the skin.
The brush
Body brush, £10, by Origins (origins.co.uk). Brushing this all over the body in brisk strokes towards the heart is as invigorating as diving into an icy lake, but much more pleasant. The massage nodules on the back are great for stubborn cellulite .
The lip balm
Bergamot lip balm, £6, by Pai (paiskincare.com). The main ingredient in this 100 per cent organic balm is freshly pressed Sicilian bergamot, making it as refreshing as your morning cup of Earl Grey tea.
The bubble bath
Energy bubbles, £8.50, by Rituals (rituals.com). This blend of ginseng and peony transforms your tub into a creamy, foamy paradise. Soak away while the ginseng revs up your metabolism and circulation.

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