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Review: Showers with Roger & Gallet

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When it comes to Showers by Roger & Gallet (€9.90), think invigorating, cleansing, and hydrating. This is a lovely range of shower gels and creams, and I've gotten to try out the Gingembre Rouge energising gel. Thankfully, it's a hit in our shower!

I haven't tried anything from Roger & Gallet in years and I was a huge fan, so this was great to try out and start to get to know the brand again. I was excited about the fragrance of ginger in this, but it's not overpowering and is very subtle with the mandarin and pomegranate added in. It's a very delicate scent but uplifting at the same time. The shower gel is suitable for drier skin (like my own) and the gel lathers up really well to create a great foam.

The shower gel also has glycerin, coco betaine (derived from coconut oil), and aloe vera to help soften and moisturise the skin without the use of sulphates, parabens, colourants and soap. These colourful shower gels also have a flexible tube wich makes life…

BRYT Skincare - Botanical Beauty

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BRYT Skincare has arrived in Ireland this Autumn, and I've had the opportunity to test out two of their products (which their PR company sent me) the last five weeks. I have been very much drawn towards the brand since I first spotted them across the pond in the UK over a year ago and delighted now to finally see it available here. Aimed at BRYT Young Things (16-25) but also aimed at all skin types and ages. You can't help but notice the bright, and fun packaging.

The BRYT philosophy is built on a holistic approach and merging it together with a healthy regime of eating, sleeping, exercising sensibly, and drinking plenty of water - all of which are mantras on the packaging as you open them up. As the creator of BRYT Skincare Catkin Wemyss-Bodmer said: "Skin needs to be fed and hydrated, just like our bodies". All of the products are free from sulphates, and chemical nasties. They do not test on animals or do business where animal testing is allowed. So, let's ge…