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I decided to try different products for the last month and then decide on my favourite routine to reduce bad skin, make my skin really soft and stop the winter from drying out my skin. And here we have it the most amazing products that are making a huge difference in just 2 weeks of making them.

I use the cleanser first to clean all of the debris off of my skin and to make sure I feel all fresh, and then I use the eye antioxidant and then Gel cream to make sure my skin is soft and moisturised.

This has made such a great difference for me, like honestly my skin feels great and it has helped to level out all breakouts and keep my skin feeling very clean and clear. It only gets better as all the products are organic, vegan and the Yves Rocher products are eco friendly packaging.

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I love to find products that make a huge change to my skin and are good for the environment, these are my favourite so far. Thank you Vass PR and Spalt for introducing them to me and allowing me to have the chance to really learn that earth friendly doesn't mean you have to reduce the results. You can have the very best care for your skin and make sure that there are zero chemicals or unnatural additives swimming around in your body, plus you can know that the packages don't hurt our planet when we recycle them.

I hope you like the pictures, and I hope you get the chance to try them out, especially the cream as it is so beautiful on the skin.

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I am officially 21, Woohoo! I spent the day with my family doing all the things I love like eating and ice skating and just chatting away. I got the have lunch with my parents, brother and Nanny and just be super happy. Nothing beats being with the ones you love and having lots of fun.

It rained a lot in the morning and then was nice and frosty as we walked around the local Christmas market and had a drink in the pub, a nice traditional English evening and then home for a bath with my new bath bombs and a chat with Adi who is still home in Sweden.

I'm not home for very long as I am back to work on Tuesday but it is so nice to go home and pretend to be a child again, to just relax and be looked after and fed. Although I love my independence and being an adult, having my own space and doing whatever I want whenever, I do really miss my family and being around my parents and brother. I appreciate every visit so so much more now that I am far away and know that I will always be able to have such a wonderful relationship with them because we get so little time together.

My bath bombs were all Vegan and smell very very good, Glitterati use natural and Vegan products to look after us and the planet. In the evening I also had a nice walk around the Village I grew up in and went to look at some art for my mum to put up on her walls. I apologise for the lack of pictures and updating, I am enjoying my home time without my phone or laptop and will be back to usual very soon! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, mine will be spent with my family whom I have not seen in a while. and eating all the food I can! I will update soon with a very exciting new tshirt and my favourite pre/post organic makeup routine.

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I love sitting down for a cup of tea and talking, I can talk for hours about what’s on my mind and then even longer when I start on the sustainability track. I like to learn new facts to be able to make people think about the effect they can have on the environment and spark discussions on what we can do to change.

Did you know a glass can be recycled over and over again, in fact approximately 25% of the glass in jars and bottles come from recycled glass which is a lot better alternative then throwing it away as it can take up to 1 MILLION years to break down in a landfill sight.

If that doesn’t shock you, then I don’t know what will. Can you imagine how much glass you have thrown into the bin and know that it will take 1 MILLION years to disappear, that is a crazy crazy long time. To think if you just took the glass jar to the recycling bin instead it wouldn’t have to fill up needed space and pollute the world.

Okay this might not be the usual tea conversations that you are used to having but if you could remember this fact and bring it up the next time you are sat with friends or family I bet it will make them rethink the next time they throw away the glass jar or bottle... and just by doing that you have made a difference!

There are so many different facts and figures that will shock and create an uproar but what is important is what we do with that information. Even if it means you have to walk a little bit further to the other bin or take it to a recycling plant you are doing something great for us and our future generations.

The world is changing, people are becoming more aware, companies are doing more to make a difference but what’s important is that we create the demand for these different products, whether that is biodegradable plastic or organic produce. If everyone starts being more conscious and demanding earth friendly products then the companies will realise that its needed more and it will eventually become more available. One of the main problems that I see is that it is more expensive to shop sustainable, it is a lot easier to buy a plastic bag then pay extra for the biodegradable one, and food is a huge example when it comes to the price difference between organic and normal produce, I myself have done it before when I am low in the piggy bank and just deiced to by the shops own produce but that is wrong, it doesn’t help our planet and it shows these big companies that need to change that we will carry on buying the ‘bad’ stuff if it is cheaper. I know that our generation want to make a huge difference and if we do work together we can make that change.

So, I would love for you to talk about this at your next coffee or tea break and together make a difference!

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Yesterday I went to Esprit event which was organised and created by the amazing Thomas Falkenstedt. It was a great event which felt very welcoming and had the most beautiful colours, plus a delicious sweetie table which I enjoyed a lot! Patterns and prints and different materials are definitely going to come into season very soon, corduroy and velvet are very popular and animal prints with different colours are going to be in full force next season.

I was chatting to the store manager for this Esprit event yesterday and talking about my sustainable approach to life, I was shocked or maybe just surprised that he didn't know that much about what was sustainable in his store even though he said 'I was in the right place for sustainable fashion' and then when I asked about what was sustainable he said he knew some T'shirts and jeans were organic cotton but that was it... wasn't really a selling point. I think it is crazy that companies as big as Esprit aren't that sure about what is sustainable, it is these companies that need to recycle, be more conscious on where the materials come from and of course reduce their carbon footprint.

If anyone wants to give me a job to walk around in stores and find ways to be more sustainable I am in, because it makes me super mad that large companies are not doing more!

However it was a fun event and I learnt a lot about what differences I want to make in my future so that I can help events like this explain and advise people of how the fashion is more sustainable, or how they can be more conscious with the events. Maja and I talked about how we want to create events that are more sustainable, I am hoping that Maja starts up this new company idea and lets me help!

So as I am trying to reduce my sugar intake after last night, I am sat at home dreaming of owning a giant bowl of flying space saucers and getting ready to head to work soon. Thank you Red and Square for the event and of course Thomas for doing suchhh an amazing job last night! I am packing to go home tomorrow too so very excited and hope you have a great week organised too!

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Last week the christmas lights were put up everywhere around the city, Christmas trees are springing up and people have a happy look on their faces. This is one of the prettiest streets with different lights and the bridges are glowing, I love walking down there as you hear the music playing and everyone is running around singing.

Olivia, Emelie and I decided to go to Acast studio which is one of the best podcast studios here we tried christmas drinks and even recorded a podcast episode as @emelieolssons and Olivia have 'Om Jag Blir Stor' which is a great great pod cast which you should listen too! It was a lot of fun and I blushed the whole way through as they played Never have I ever.

I loved all of the pretty christmas decorations and yummy Swedish traditional treats. They are a great company who are doing a lot of work with different podcasters to create a new content for all of us to listen too, I love the idea of listening to things whilst travelling and following different podcasts. I wouldn't be able to listen to myself though I hateee the sound of my voice, but I love the idea and really think it is the future of talking about important topics and a new way of blogging.

If anyone knows of any sustainable podcasts that are fun to listen to, I would love to here about it! Or maybe there is an opening for me in the future, we shall see.

So it is a new start to the week, I am heading to London on Wednesday which I am so so excited for, I get to spend all my time with my family and be home for a little while which will be amazing. I need family and rest time, I hope you have an exciting week planned and lots of family time!

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