Dermalogica Mini Kit.

I picked up this little beaut a few months ago when I worked at the cinema and I STILL haven’t got round to using it(!). I’m blaming my tiredness and busy schedule…

But anyhoo’s I thought I would share with you what is in the kit and what it does (please see below), but for now I sleep, I have had such a busy day doing nothing.

What They Say:

1. Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel

 Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel is a soap free gel with a botanical blend of Quillaja Saponaria and calming Lavender. It foams away impurities without leaving the skin feeling tight or dry, while super-soothing Balm Mint calms sensitivity. It’s good for a combination or normal skin.

2. Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant is a unique, rice based enzyme powder that microfoliates dulling debris and instantly leaves the skin noticeably smoother and brighter. Unique Skin Brightening Complex helps balance uneven skin pigmentation, while the active agents derived from Rice Bran and Rice Extracts help to regulate melanin protection and microfoliate dead cells. Good for all skin conditions.

3. Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream

Improve skin’s texture with this medium weight moisturiser. Antioxidants and botanicals in Dermalogica’s Skin Smoothing Cream improves moisture balance, restoring suppleness and tone.

4. Dermalogica Multivitamin Power Firm

Combat visible lines around the eye area with this powerful firming complex of skin-rebuilding antioxidant vitamins, protective Silicones, and Red Seaweed Extract. Contains no artificial fragrance or color.


Doors Open Day.

Now for those not sure as to what DOD is, it comes every September on the 24th and 25th of the month (around Scotland) and on those two days the people of Edinburgh, Glasgow etc get to explore buildings for free that are otherwise closed to the public.  I have been going for a last 3 years with Jaimie and sometimes my mum, it’s a fun day out for all ages!  For more infromation on feel free to visit their website Here

This year Jaimie was insisting that we visited Annandale St. home of the wonderful Lothian Buses!  Edinburgh’s number one mode of transport.  I only had one day to enjoy DOD and I wasn’t sure as to how I would like visiting a bus depot… I agreed anyhoo’s and asked my mum if she would care to join us, so we set off to Lothian Buses for 2pm and when we arrived the place was buzzing!  

When you walked in you we confronted with all these fantastic looking buses from the 1940’s up to present day and the introduction of the new Hybrid bus.  We had great fun wandering around, hopping on and off all these buses, getting and old fashioned bus ticket and getting to go on a bus wash!!!  Now, I am an excitable person, so when I heard news that you could go through one I was at the front of the queue!  Throughout the buses goody bags were placed and inside them were some lovely things; a jar of peanut butter, different types of tea, biscuits, note pad, pencil, book mark that also would become plants when planted (the bookmark was laced with tiny seeds!), we managed to acquire 4, yes 4(!) of these goody bags and there was only 3 of us. 

Anyhoo’s, I urge you if in Edinburgh when DOD is on and/or Lothian Buses opens it’s doors once more GO!  You will not regret it!

And this is what I wore. 

Cardie – M&S

Dress – H&M

Booties (Which you can’t see here) – Primark