Category Archives: Travelling Beauty

Checked in luggage part 2: Inside my carry-on luggage

The airport is not my favourite place – it’s much like the cousin who asks 1000 questions as soon as you walk through the door, offers you stale baked goods and insists on wasting 4 hours of your time checking

Checked in luggage part 2: Inside my carry-on luggage

The airport is not my favourite place – it’s much like the cousin who asks 1000 questions as soon as you walk through the door, offers you stale baked goods and insists on wasting 4 hours of your time checking

Checked in luggage part 1: Inside my beauty case

Long haul flights are always a delight – fighting Deep Vein Thrombosis, nursing a headache courtesy of the child screaming behind you, stomach cramps from the horrible plane food and silent prayers for a timely landing without an explosion. But

Checked in luggage part 1: Inside my beauty case

Long haul flights are always a delight – fighting Deep Vein Thrombosis, nursing a headache courtesy of the child screaming behind you, stomach cramps from the horrible plane food and silent prayers for a timely landing without an explosion. But

My Christmas Wish List: From Mulberry to Jo Malone

My christmas wish? I have wouldn’t have microbiology lab on Friday afternoon next semester: How very rock n roll. Last year, I wrote a What Not to Buy Christmas list and have since received emails asking for present ideas this Christmas.

My Christmas Wish List: From Mulberry to Jo Malone

My christmas wish? I have wouldn’t have microbiology lab on Friday afternoon next semester: How very rock n roll. Last year, I wrote a What Not to Buy Christmas list and have since received emails asking for present ideas this Christmas.

The Travelling Beauty: Highlighting the Basics

Studying science and medicine takes the pleasure out of buying beauty products. It’s almost depressing – I can stand for hours looking at the ingredients of cosmetics. And while I do have good skin, I also know that as a

The Travelling Beauty: Highlighting the Basics

Studying science and medicine takes the pleasure out of buying beauty products. It’s almost depressing – I can stand for hours looking at the ingredients of cosmetics. And while I do have good skin, I also know that as a

Travelling Beauty: Australian Products – Aesop

One thing I love about Australia is the abundance of organic skin products and emphasis on naturally cultivated ingredients. Big companies like Jurlique (the Rose-Water Balancing Mist is a fave), Kosmea (the rose hip oil used as an extra hydrating facial

Travelling Beauty: Australian Products – Aesop

One thing I love about Australia is the abundance of organic skin products and emphasis on naturally cultivated ingredients. Big companies like Jurlique (the Rose-Water Balancing Mist is a fave), Kosmea (the rose hip oil used as an extra hydrating facial