One of you has your own lot of products, delivered from New London Pharmacy, to pamper your limbs, complexions, and general vitality. When the lovely ladies sourced from the pharmacy itself inquired about my willingness to purchase some goodies from their site, I...well, I bet you can guess what happened. So, it's my turn and yours to feast your eyes (after you've feasted your tastebuds--happy belated Thanksgiving) on my hand-picked New London goodies.
Through a selection of aromatherapy products, fruits for nail care, hair, skincare, and makeup, I've chosen one product from each class.
Makeup-wise, I landed on cult brand RMS (Rose-Marie Swift) Beauty. I have already lended my heart to their gorgeous Living Luminizer, but, this time, I landed for something with a bit more punch. The RMS Lip2Cheek in Muse*--a muddy, peachy-plum which imparts a bit of sculpt and color to a lackluster face, not to mention a hit of healthy, natural sheen; and it's formula is organic, gluten free, GMO free, soy free, nano free, and free of animal testing. And, for another offering, their Buriti Bronzer has been added to my Christmas list.
Then, there's the Phytoneutre Rebalancing Shampoo Cream*--a eucalyptus, sage, and chamomile blend to help mend irritated scalps and impart a healthy dose of shine. The French brand doesn't disappoint and foams to a rich lather and, in addition to those qualities mentioned above, initiates some serious hair-petting obsessions.
In the fragrance department, when the TokyoMilk Dark Chance No. 18* rollerball landed upon my doorstep, I knew it was love. I had been hunting for a figgy-earthy fragrance offering for quite some time, and I had found the one. The earthy base of fresh bamboo, tea leaves, green fig, crushed cedar, and osmanthus takes a dose of blood orange and sugared grapefruit, followed off by a sniff of soft, white musk.
And the remaining duo comes from the fruit of nail care. First, a seriously luxe cuticle care-giver--the Tweezerman Pushy Cuticle Pusher and Nail Cleaner*. With a good weight and stainless shape, it will be sure to gently push, nudge, and scour your nails to perfection.
Then, for the second part of your manicure, layer on the butter London La Moss Nail Lacquer*--a deep, burnished plum, red, and slightly black hue with a nasty-free formula (if you want to be technical, 'three free') with a nearly perfect glide, hosted by a wicked brush. And we can't forget about that packaging.
So, there's been a new addition to each sector of my beauty stocks, and I can't imagine that New London wouldn't have something for you to lust after, as well. If you live within the vicinity, check out their shop, but, if you're like me, check out their online site for some European goodies. That's the New London Pharmacy selection. Over and out.
The above items were supplied to me, free of charge, by New London Pharmacy, but I selected them with my own ego and all my views are always my own and are never influenced by any PR factor. Nevertheless, all PR-supplied items are marked with a '*' and you can check out my 'Disclaimer' for more information.