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This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray, £19.50
Aveda Thickening Tonic, £22
Rosemary oil, wheat amino acids and soy protein work in this plant-powered tonic to strengthen and protect hair from breakage, while aloe leaf juice gives some extra nourishment. You only need a tiny amount to notice the difference and it’s advisable to use it lightly on wet hair for the best results.
Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder, £26
One of the world’s best-selling bronzers, this creates a soft, realistic glow with little-to-no shimmer for a believable sun-kissed effect.
By Terry Baume De Rose Lip Balm, £39
Coveted by industry insiders, By Terry’s silky balm gives lips subtle colour with a pretty shine that looks healthy and fresh. Sweep over the lids too for a glossy sheen.
GHD Pink Limited Edition Styler, £139
Designed with a limited-edition ink by tattoo artist David Allen, profits from these straighteners are donated to Breast Cancer Now. An in-built thermometer ensures the heat never exceeds the optimal 185ºC degrees, so you’re styling with minimal damage.
Youthmud Glow Stimulating Treatment, £44
When it comes to gentle, exfoliating masks, GlamGlow’s Stimulating Treatment is a game-changer. After leaving it on for 10 minutes, you can visibly see a smoother, more refined texture to the skin, while antioxidants and green tea leaves help to brighten and remove unwanted dirt.
Next Beauty Advent Calendar, £65
Packed with beauty goodies like Smashbox’s cult primer and Vita Liberata’s go-to Body Blur, Next’s first-ever advent calendar is one of the best on the high street. Behind its doors you’ll find goods worth more than £239 – saving you up to £174.
Origins GinZing Ultra-Hydrating Energy-Boosting Gel Moisturiser, £25
When your skin is feeling dull and lacklustre, pep it up with this brightening moisturiser from Origins. Laced with ginseng and coffee beans, it gives skin that dewy plumpness we all crave. The lightweight gel formula sinks in fast, wearing well underneath your daily make-up.
Pixi Glow Tonic, £18
This cult beauty product can be used like a toner to gradually diminish signs of sun damage, fine lines and scarring. Glycolic acid works to gently exfoliate dead skin cells, while soothing aloe puts hydration back in, boosting cell health and overall skin tone.
The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 30ml, £6
Combining both hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5, this delivers serious nourishment and hydration, while visibly smoothing the skin in just a few days - no wonder it's such a fan-favourite.
Sarah Chapman Overnight Facial, £54
Loaded with antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and skin-plumping omega oils, this is a firm favourite among facialists and celebrities alike. Perfect when your skin needs a speedy pick-me-up, it boosts dull, dehydrated skin within days.
Vita Liberata Body Blur, £30
One of the best instant tanners we’ve tried, this covers imperfections, minimises blemishes and catches the light for a photo-ready finish. Plus, it’s DHA-free, so there’s none of that biscuit-y fake tan smell.
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