Summer Beauty Care Tips

Summer is a time for relaxation, recreation and rejuvenation. Follow our summer beauty essentials guide and get body beautiful for the holiday season.

Fresh fragrances

Perfumes can be too heavy in hot weather, so try a lighter scent. Our favourite mix and match scents include MOP 01, available in seven flavours including Mandarin, Spearmint and Ylang Ylang to create your own unique fragrance.

We also recommend:

Hei Poa Mono Tiare Eau de Toilette
Korres Body Water
Balm Balm 100% Organic Eau de Parfum
MOP Body Fragrance 01
Luscious locks

Sun, sea and indoor air conditioning can play havoc with your hair. Beat the frizz and keep moisture levels up with our selection of intensive conditioning treatments. We love Phyto sun veil containing sweet almond and lotus extract which leaves hair beautifully supple and shiny.

We also recommend:

Phyto Sun Veil
Korres Red Vine Hair Sun Protection
Hei Poa Beauty Oil Tiare
Matrix Biolage Sunsorials Protective Sun Gel
Joico K-Pak Protective Sun Milk
Protect against sun damage

Sun protection is vital in keeping skin healthy, so always wear a moisturiser with added SPF, even if it is overcast. Korres produce a number of everyday moisturisers that help protect from the sun, such as Pomegranate Balancing Moisturiser for Oily/Combination Skin. For body protection try Badger Balm SPF15 Sun Block or for a higher level, Korres Sweet Orange Sunscreen Milk SPF25.

We also recommend:

Badger Balm Sun Block SPF 15 Creme
Ultrasun Protection 17
Ole Henriksen Sun-Light Protection Creme
Korres Sweet Orange Sunscreen Milk
Phyto Phytosolaire Daily Supplements
Gorgeous skin
The secret to silky soft skin lies in following a simple skin care routine. Exfoliate twice a week with one of our favourite body scrubs, brightening your complexion with a body polish. Moisturising regularly with one of our scrumptious body butters will help keep your skin looking radiant.

We also recommend:

Korres Vanilla Plum Body Butter
Get Flirty Lathering Body Buff
Balance Me Skin Brightening Exfoliant
Fake Bake Body Polish
Laid Bare Organic Shea Body Butter
Fake it

Hit the beach with confidence, say goodbye to those pasty limbs and get that sunkissed look in an instant! We recommend Fake Bake Original for experienced tanners, and Hei Poa Monoi Beauty Oil with macerated tiare flowers, enhanced with golden shimmering mother of pearl to nourish skin and moisturise the skin after sun exposure.

We also recommend:

Hei Poa Monoi Beauty Oil Pearlised Gold
Nuxe Teint Ultra Prodigeux
Murad Oil-Free Sunblock SPF 15 Sheer Tint
Fake Bake Mousse
Fake Bake Original Self Tan Lotion
Fancy footwork
Revive tired, aching feet after a hard day with Arran Aromatics delicious moisturising rub. Containing essential oils of lavender to soothe away soreness, and peppermint to cool and refresh, this super moisturising cream leaves a lingering fragrance that will have you walking on air. We also recommend investing in an Urban Spa Pumice Stone to keep hard skin at bay.

We also recommend:

Cowshed Udderly Gorgeous Leg and Foot Treatment
Badger Balm Foot Balm
Barefoot Botanicals S.O.S Refreshing Foot Balm
Urban Spa Volcanic Pumice Stone
Arran Aromatics Feel Good Formulas Moisturising Foot Rub
Smooth sexy pins

Hair removal can leave your skin sore and dry, so keep your pins in perfect condition by moisturising regularly, especially after shaving. Dry oils are good for those with sensitive skin, we recommend This Works Skin Deep Dry Leg Oil for tackling dry, rough skin areas.

We also recommend:

Figs & Rouge Leg and Foot
Korres Body Butter Cream
Guam Fangocreama Mud for Legs
This Works Skin Deep Dry Leg Oil

Lee Tracey is one of the founding partners of Bath and Unwind the online distributor of Luxury Beauty & Body Care products. Bath and Unwind offer a wide range of beauty gifts from well known brands including Korres, This Works, Cowshed, Arran Aromatics, Murad, Fake Bake, Ole Henriksen, Hei Poa and Joico. The company specialises in natural beauty gifts, luxury bath products & beauty products for both women and men.

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