Is it teething time for your little one?
While most years we get chocolates and flowers for Mother's Day, this year we want something that lasts longer than a weekend. Beauty products are at the top of our wish list this Mother’s Day, so here are some products we will be asking our kids/hubby to buy us as our Mother’s Day gift.
Vichy Idealia Smoothing And Illuminating Cream
This is an everyday skincare cream for every woman, no matter what her age, ethnicity and skin type. It helps to improve skin quality by refining and softening skin texture. It re-awakens skin’s natural radiance and diminishes the look of wrinkles for a fresh and more even-looking complexion. Idealia combines the richness of a cream with the lightness of a gel for a comforting freshness. It also gives the skin an immediate glow with its ultra-fine pink pearls. RRP €26
Roger & Gallet Sublime Or
Warm and addictive Eau Sublime Or is a light fragrance for your skin that offers sophisticated scents of bergamot, orange and melon along with cedar, coco and lisyland. It also leaves skin with a beautiful golden shimmer. €39.75
La Roche-Posay Redermic [C]
This product  is specifically designed for sensitive skin and it’s ground breaking formula acts on all clinical signs of ageing. Wrinkles, loss of firmness and complexion uniformity are all targeted with this wonder cream. Redermic [C] evens out skins redness, corrects wrinkles and regains skin firmness, making your skin appear instantly replumped. RRP €30



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