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20 May 2022 12:18

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Last Updated: 20 May 2022 12:18

OSKIA Series: Super Women We Love

8 March 2017 11:20

Posted in: Lifestyle

Lucinda has been a stunt performer for the past seventeen years, performing in films such as Tomb Raider, Batman, Die Another Day and Sex and the City, doubling for the likes of Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and Cate Blanchett.

One of her favourite jobs was doubling for Cate Blanchett in Robin Hood down in Pembrokeshire filming an epic battle sequence on the beach. She had her then two young children with her at the time - and there she was on horseback, in full armour brandishing a sword, a woman amongst the men in a Ridley Scott battle scene. It was a very empowering moment of her life, not only as a woman, but as a new mother.

Lucinda currently lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband and three beautiful boys, Harry, Charlie and Archie. She has hung up her stunt pads for now and currently teaches yoga for a living. Through yoga, she has embarked on an incredible journey of self enquiry and developed some amazing tools which have enriched her life further. She takes great pleasure now in sharing her insights and helping other people develop their practice.

OSKIA: What inspired you to become a stunt woman?
Lucinda: I initially liked the idea of being a stunt woman as it didn't conform to my traditional up bringing. I was a rebel!

OSKIA: What did you want to become when you were 5 years old?
Lucinda: I wanted to be the first woman to win the Grand National.

OSKIA: A woman you admire?
Lucinda: Cate Blanchett, she is the epitome of feminine strength and grace.

OSKIA: What is the best piece of advice you were given?
Lucinda: Don't make decisions out of fear and be brave, life is too short not to be.

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Last Updated: 31 October 2018 12:18

Jet Set Skin

23 June 2016 12:42

Posted in: How To, Skin Health, Lifestyle


Whilst the warmth of the sun and the therapeutic properties of the sea can do our skin the world of good (as long as you don’t forget your SPF!) providing countless health benefits and working wonders for our skin - helping to smooth, heal and boost elasticity - often the flight and travel to the destination can play havoc with our complexions. Read on for our founder Georgie Cleeve's top tips on how to ensure you step off the plane looking well-rested, glowing and holiday-ready!

1) Increase your water intake
It may be the obvious suggestion, but OSKIA founder Georgie counts this among the most important tricks for keeping skin looking glowing en route and during your holidays. Most of us are guilty of not drinking enough during flights, and this combined with the dry atmosphere and lack of oxygen on board can leave skin looking dull and dehydrated. Try to drink as much water as possible, especially on long-haul flights. For flights over 3 hours, we recommend drinking at least 1 litre every 3-4 hours you’re on board to ensure your skin and body stays thoroughly hydrated.

2) Add moisture
On a flight, you can never have enough moisture, Georgie’s secret is packing along a mini routine in her hand luggage. Trap and retain hydration with a nourishing moisturiser or oil, and make sure to re-apply throughout the flight. We love massaging our Restoration Oil into skin to deeply sooth, nourish and replenish in the dry cabin air.

3) Add a healthy glow
Step off the plane looking well rested and radiant and gently pat on our Get Up & Glow serum into skin before landing. This pearlescent serum contains Ribose which is proven to boost cell ATP energy to brighten and enliven skin whilst adding a healthy, radiant glow to tired complexions!

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Last Updated: 23 June 2016 12:43

How We're Ageing Differently

13 June 2016 14:37

Posted in: How To, Lifestyle, Skin Health


In today’s world, the rapid rate of skin ageing is a growing concern for many, and it is fast becoming apparent that our lifestyle choices have a large impact on how quickly (and early!) these changes start to appear. Studies suggest a staggering 85% of the signs of ageing are caused by extrinsic factors (i.e. external influences that can be avoided) so read on to find out more about some of the factors responsible for accelerating the ageing process and how to keep the signs of premature ageing under control.

1) ‘Tech neck’

A large proportion of us spend countless working hours looking at a computer screen in addition to many more out-of-office hours looking down at our smartphones. This repeated motion causes folding of the skin on the neck (often one of the first places to show signs of ageing as a result of the delicate, thin skin), eventually leading to a syndrome known as ‘tech neck,’ a wrinkle that appears just above the collarbone at the base of the neck.
Prevention is key to avoid tech neck. Try adjusting your posture at work so that your computer screen is at eye-level, and try and hold your phone up and closer to your face to avoid bending your neck looking down. Also, don’t forget that your skincare routine shouldn’t be concentrated on just the face. It is vital to also apply your products to the neck and décolleté for optimum results. Our Super 16 Serum contains an advanced formula designed to boost collagen synthesis, lift and firm the skin and reduce fine lines. Post serum, try applying a layer of our Renaissance 360, a vitamin-rich moisturiser that targets the ageing process on all fronts for powerful anti-ageing results.

2) Lack of movement

Office work and spending a significant number of hours sitting inhibits circulation and has a number of negative implications not only on our overall health but also on our skin condition. Firstly, collagen production is slowed down along with the rate of detoxification and cell renewal, causing skin to become looser hence more prone to wrinkles. Lymphatic drainage is also impaired, leading to fat accumulation and water retention.
Make sure to take regular breaks to get up and stretch, go for a walk or better yet squeeze in a gym class during your lunch break to really get your body moving.

3) Central heating/air-conditioning

Exposure to central heating and air-conditioning can wreak havoc with our skin and be extremely drying. When our skin is dry it often becomes irritated and more sensitised, not only leaving our skin feeling tight and uncomfortable, but also making it more prone to developing fine lines and wrinkles.
Because changes in climate are hard to avoid, it is more important than ever to make sure we supply our skin with everything it needs to stay balanced and protected. Omegas, anti-inflammatories and prebiotics are key ingredients to look out for to keep skin healthy, hydrated and younger-looking. Try our Super 16, Perfect Cleanser, Renaissance 360, Bedtime Beauty Boost and Restoration Oil to give your skin a much-needed hydration boost.

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Last Updated: 13 June 2016 14:41

Hay Fever Skincare Tips

18 May 2016 17:06

Posted in: How To, Skin Health, Lifestyle, Seasonal Skincare


For those suffering from hay fever, warmer weather often signals months of sneezing, runny noses and streaming eyes. One of the most common allergies, hay fever is caused by an irritation to pollen, a yellow-coloured powder produced by trees, flowers, grasses, and weeds. Hay fever can have an effect on many aspects of day-to-day life, leaving many feeling tired and run down with itchy eyes, runny noses and tickly throats.
Any of these symptoms sound familiar? If so, our founder Georgie Cleeve is on hand to help! Read on for a few easy tricks to help soothe the pesky symptoms so many of us are suffering from.

Check the ingredients
When it comes to your skincare routine, try and look out for ingredients with anti-inflammatory qualities. Georgie recommends ingredients such as Butterbur, derived from the root of the Butterbur shrub which grows in Europe, Asia and parts of North America. Butterbur is a known anti-histamine that has long been used to soothe irritated skin.
Find it in our Get Up & Glow serum and Renaissance Mask.

Treat your eyes
Sometimes just applying some light pressure to the eye area can really help reduce irritation. Our Eye Wonder serum has a soothing rose water base, and is jam-packed with nutrients and peptides to help hydrate and strengthen the delicate eye area.
We recommend our tailored Magic Eye Massage Routine to not only de-puff and refresh the eye area but also help to relieve itchy eyes. Using ring fingers and just one pump of Eye Wonder, follow the steps below:

1) Imagine you are typing quickly on a keyboard. Use this tapping movement around the eyes, temples and on the forehead for 10 seconds

2) Place your ring finger on the first pressure point

3) Move to arch of the eyebrow, apply pressure to the second point

4) From here move in between the eye brows to the 3rd point

5) With very light pressure, circle the eye area 3 times from inner to outer eyebrow, underneath the eye and up the bridge of the nose, with your fingers meeting again in between the eyebrows .

6) On the last circle, apply pressure at point 4, pushing upwards towards the ceiling.

7) For point 5, apply the pressure inwards, towards to nose.

8) Applying a little more pressure, lift and slide towards the temples, lifting the eyebrow, gently circle under the eyes three times.
9) On the last circle of the eye socket, stop at the outer corner of the eye and apply pressure to pressure point 7

10) Now, using your index and middle finger, use static circular movements to the temples three times

11) Swap back to your ring finger applying pressure point movements to point 8.


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Last Updated: 9 June 2016 11:17

A Pre-Wedding Skincare Routine for Every Skin Type

5 May 2016 12:00

Posted in: How To, Skin Health, Lifestyle, Bridal


Wedding season is upon us! Unfortunately the added stress that often goes hand-in-hand with wedding planning tends to take its toll on our skin, often resulting in a dull, tired-looking complexion. Its never too early to start prepping skin for your big day, so read on and say ‘I do’ to our favourite glow-boosting everyday routine!

Cleanse skin with an illuminating product such as our Renaissance Cleansing Gel. Cleansing is a crucial first step to refresh the skin and remove impurities, revealing a clean, supple canvas for make-up application. Our Renaissance Cleansing Gel contains Pumpkin Enzymes in addition to Vitamins A, C & E and MSM to leave the skin visibly radiant, nourished and balanced.

Apply a few drops of your preferred serum onto cleansed face, neck and décolleté. Serums are designed to penetrate deep into the skin, meaning that vital active ingredients can get to work where they’re needed the most. Depending on your skin type, try our Get Up & Glow containing Ribose, Mica and Galactoarabinan for an immediate energising and radiance boost or our Super 16 which contains Bakuchiol, Vitamins A, C & E and Hyaluronic Acid for a powerful collagen boost. Finally, our Renaissance BrightLight contains a targeted formula including our unique Nanobright Liposome, Swiss Garden Cress Liposomes and Niacinamide to combat pigmentation for brighter, more even skin tone.

Gently massage your choice of moisturiser into skin to further hydrate and plump the skin. Try our vitamin-rich Renaissance 360 Supreme Cream to combat the signs of ageing, deeply hydrate, illuminate and even skin tone.


Seal it all in with 2-3 drops of facial oil. Our easily-absorbed Restoration Oil contains many hydrating and complexion boosting ingredients such as Rosehip Seed Oil, Turmeric and Starflower Oil for a beautifully dewy finish.

Weekly treatments are key to keep skin in tip top condition. Once a week, we recommend applying a gentle exfoliating mask such as our Renaissance Mask or using a physical exfoliator such as our Micro-Exfoliating Balm. Our brightening and resurfacing Renaissance Mask contains AHAs which gently unbind dry and dead skin cells, activating cell renewal for a radiant, plumped complexion!

Top Tip: Post make-up application, gently pat our Get Up & Glow serum onto the high points of the face for a gorgeous natural highlight!


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Last Updated: 9 June 2016 11:18

OSKIA At The Movies

28 February 2016 17:02

Posted in: Behind The Scenes, Lifestyle

With the Oscars 2016 ceremony hours away, we’re thrilled to reveal that OSKIA is among the favourite skincare brands to some of the best on-set makeup artists and beloved movie stars alike. A couple of our most recent collaborations include the Best Picture contender ‘The Danish Girl’, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and London Has Fallen.

“OSKIA was a very important part of our skincare preparations on The Danish Girl.  Well prepped skin always helps the make-up sit beautifully” – Jan Sewell.

Jan Sewell is a BAFTA-winning makeup artist, having worked on a host of award-winning productions including the soon-to-launch Bridget Jones’s Baby, multi-award winner The Theory of Everything (including a BAFTA for Best British Film and Oscar for Best Actor), and the latest hit The Danish Girl.

The BAFTA and Oscar-nominated ‘The Danish Girl’ is a beautifully-filmed love story based on the lives of artists Lile Elbe and Gerda Wegener and follows Lile Elbe’s incredible journey becoming one of the first ever transgendered women in history.

The key OSKIA products used on set were:

The Renaissance Cleansing Gel, perfect for prepping the skin before makeup. Pumpkin enzymes work to gently exfoliate the skin removing dull skin cells, and vitamins A, C and E deeply nourish, cleanse and protect to leave skin radiant, soft and balanced.

The Renaissance Mask evens skin tone, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, boosts radiance and hydrates the skin. The luxuriously textured mask creates the ideal smooth, illuminated canvas for makeup thanks to a host of beauty-boosting nutrients such as Swiss garden cress liposomes, AHA’s, prebiotics and MSM.

The Get Up & Glow serum further boosts the complexion. A truly versatile serum, it can be applied under makeup for a glow-from-within, or used on top of makeup as a highlighter on the tops of cheekbones and brow bones for a natural, healthy- looking sheen. Ingredients such as mica, butterbur and ribose perk up and brighten the skin for a gorgeous, youthful glow.

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Last Updated: 29 February 2016 10:24

How To Purify Your Skincare Routine

4 February 2016 14:31

Posted in: How To, Skin Health, Lifestyle


The skin plays a crucial role in the cleansing process, thus in addition to changing our diet to help our bodies to naturally detoxify from the inside, we should also take care of our skin from the outside through a few small changes in our skincare routines.

1) Exfoliate at least once a week (twice a week for mature or drier skin types). Exfoliation helps to buff away dull skin cells and impurities to prevent breakouts, allow your products to absorb better, and stimulate collagen production to leave your complexion healthy, flawless and glowing. Our creamy Micro Exfoliating Balm contains a clever blend of youth-boosting essential cell nutrients, prebiotics and peptides for long lasting skin health.

2) Get a good night’s sleep. During the first few hours of sleep, our brains go into overdrive producing Adenosine Triphosphate, more commonly known as ATP. ATP is the energy source responsible for supporting every cell in the body, and when we don’t get enough sleep we simply don’t produce enough of it. This is why we often suffer from lacklustre skin, poor brain functioning and a general lack of energy the morning after. Try our revitalising Get Up & Glow serum, rich in Ribose, proven to boost ATP energy.

3) Check the ingredients list of your favourite skincare products. Look out for key ingredients such as prebiotics, omegas, minerals, vitamins, peptides and anti-oxidants which all work to boost overall skin condition and leave you with nourished, silky soft and healthy skin. Try and stay away from products containing artificial fragrances, parabens, preservatives, silicones and sulphates.

4) Treat your skin to a little TLC - we can all be guilty of overindulgence over the holiday season! Try adding a couple of drops of facial oil to your moisturiser to restore the skin’s youthful vitality, treating yourself to a powerful anti-ageing serum rich in anti-oxidants for high-level hydration and increased skin elasticity, or pampering yourself with a resurfacing, illuminating and hydration-boosting mask to get your skin back on track in no time. Try our Restoration Oil, Super 16 Serum and Renaissance Mask.

5) Relax and rebalance mind, body and soul with an OSKIA facial. Our highly effective treatments boost skin health and improve the complexion through a combination of topically applied essential cell nutrients and pioneering beauty actives, using bespoke facial massage techniques and equipment boosting skin health and leaving the complexion beautifully radiant. Our highly trained therapists also offer personalised skincare advice to make sure you’re fully benefiting from your routine whilst managing any skincare concerns. Find out more about our spa partners and treatment menu here.

Top Tip: Did you know that research suggests breathing exercises may be one of the best ways we can boost our body’s natural detoxifying process?

Focusing on deep breathing sends an all-important boost of oxygen into our lungs, meaning vitamins and nutrients are better absorbed and we actually produce more white blood cells, speeding up our internal process of cell renewal.
1) Close your eyes, and breathe in deeply through your nose.
2) Count to five, to allow as much air as possible into your lungs and stomach.
3) Hold your breath for five seconds and then exhale over another course of five seconds.
4) Repeat this breathing exercise 5 times.

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Last Updated: 9 June 2016 11:20

Purifying Your Diet...And Busting the Detox Myth

25 January 2016 17:48

Posted in: How To, Lifestyle, Nutrition

It’s nearing the end of January and by now many of us may be becoming a little bit tired with the word ‘detox.’ Although the desire to become the best possible version of ourselves is never stronger than at the beginning of a new year, it’s easier said than done! Here we’re sharing a couple of easy tips on how we can all improve our diets and skin care regimes throught the year, along with some of our favourite health retreats. But first, let’s bust some of those detox myths…

1) The word ‘detox’ is somewhat misused - ‘cleansing’ is in fact a more appropriate description especially when referring to diet. Our kidneys, liver, lungs and skin are all responsible for constantly detoxing, and do an exceptional job at naturally removing impurities. This means that there is in fact little requirement to ‘detox,’ and what we can do instead is aid this natural process by giving our bodies a break through limiting alcohol or irritants such as gluten, sugar and the nightshade family (potatoes, tomatoes, chillies, red peppers) and suppleminting it with healthier alternatives such as a nutrient-rich soup diet.

2) January is not actually the best time to ‘detox’ or cleanse through diet. The weather is cold and our bodies naturally crave carbohydrate-rich foods to fuel internal body heat. Most people may also have a tendency to feel low at this time of year as a result of a number of reasons such as lack of natural sunlight, or the end of the holiday season, for example. If you want to give yourself a fighting chance, Spring is the ideal time of year to turn over a new leaf.


As we are constantly exposed to chemicals, toxins and preservatives through our environment, the foods we eat and products we use, it is always important to try and give our bodies a break to help avoid negative consequences on our health such as skin disorders, breakouts, exhaustion, and weight gain. Here are some of the key things we can do to help our bodies cleanse and be healthier for it. 

1) Add superfoods to your diet such as salmon, avocado, almonds, blueberries and spinach. Fermented foods are also brilliant for optimising the immune system and aiding our natural detoxification process. These foods have been around for centuries and are particularly well known for their outstanding nutritional benefits. Kimchi, Sauerkraut, Miso, Kambucha and Kefir are a particularly rich source of vital nutrients such as Vitamins B, K2 and probiotics. The beneficial bacteria in these foods are highly potent detoxifiers, capable of drawing out a wide range of toxins. Foods rich in fibre and organic fruits and vegetables such as beetroot, cabbage, broccoli, spirulina and seaweed also all work to get skin glowing and boost overall skin health.

2) Introduce targeted supplements into your diet such as MSM, chlorella, sulforaphane or Vitamin C. MSM is associated with a host of detoxing benefits, from improving our ability to produce anti-oxidants, to helping our skin cells to flush out toxins, all whilst boosting overall energy levels and reducing stress. Our Pure MSM Supplements are specifically formulated to boost collagen & keratin production whilst nutritionally supporting the condition of skin, hair and nails. They are also a fabulous anti-inflammatory and help detox the skin cells to promote healthy, happy skin.

3) Replace caffeinated drinks with green tea, and make sure you drink at least 2 litres of water per day. The skin is our largest organ, and without sufficient amounts of water it can quickly become dehydrated, tight and prone to fine lines and wrinkles.

4) Certain diets can have a counteractive effect. Limiting our nutrient or calorie intake can actually prevent our key organs from functioning properly. We require diets rich in the following: B-Vitamins, Flavonoids, Vitamins A, C & E, Glutathione (found in avocado, watermelon, and fresh fruits and vegetables), Omegas and Phospholipids (from eggs, meat, fish, soybeans), to name a few.

5) Cut back on cigarettes and alcohol, which can both only do harm to both body and skin. Though we’re sure there is no need to even mention this, there’s no time like the present to kick unhealthy habits!


Stay tuned for more tips on purifying your skincare routine, along with a roundup of some of our favourite health retreats!

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Last Updated: 4 February 2016 14:21

Sleep in a Bottle

12 August 2015 14:37

Posted in: Skin Health, Lifestyle

Ever wondered why a sleepless night can leave our skin looking dull and fatigued come morning?

During the first few hours of sleep, our brains go into overdrive producing Adenosine Triphosphate, more commonly known as ATP. ATP is the energy source responsible for supporting every cell in the body, and when we don’t get enough sleep we simply don’t produce enough of it. This is why we often suffer from lacklustre skin, poor brain functioning and a general lack of energy the morning after.

What can I do to improve my ATP?

Whilst nothing can replace a good night’s sleep, there are ways to enliven a tired complexion with the help of a carefully selected skincare routine. Ribose, is an essential component of ATP and one of the only topical ingredients proven to boost ATP energy.

Where can I find it?

Our Get Up & Glow serum is rich in Ribose and helps boost the cell's ATP energy peoduction and revitalise cell health. The lightweight and oil-free serum uses a variety of bio-avaible nutrients and vitamins and acts as the perfect radiance booster. The end result is a complexion that looks more energised, enlivened, and of course more awake..

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Last Updated: 3 June 2016 13:02

Say 'Yes' to Glowing Skin!

16 July 2015 17:39

Posted in: How to, Lifestyle, Bridal

A good skincare routine is the foundation of every gorgeous bridal look, so we have put together 3 simple steps perfect for prepping skin, and ensuring you are relaxed and glowing before the big day.

Step 1 Take some time out

The night before, treat yourself to a leisurely soak in the bath and light our luxurious Rose de Mai Skin Smoothing Treatment Candle. By the time you get out of the bath, the candle will have melted into a sumptuous body oil, leaving skin beautifully scented and silky smooth.

Step 2 Ensure your hands are in tip-top condition

With a huge focus on your hands on your big day, it is crucial to give your hands a bit of extra TLC the night before. Our Micro Exfoliating Balm is perfect for gently buffing away dead, dry skin cells. Follow up with a nourishing hand cream such as our Renaissance Hand Cream for the ultimate overnight rejuvenating treatment.

Step 3 Boost skin radiance.

On the morning of the wedding, try and make time for a quick complexion boost before make-up. Try a brightening and resurfacing mask such as our Renaissance Mask to leave skin soft, illuminated and more refined, not to mention gorgeously radiant.

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Last Updated: 9 June 2016 11:21

Natural Beauty: Flower Inspiration

25 June 2015 15:21

Posted in: Lifestyle, How to, Product Focus

Kally Ellis, Managing Director of McQueens, London’s most innovative and reputable florist has shared her knowledgeable advice with SpaceNK on how to combine making the most of your flower displays at home with reusing some of those beauty containers that are just too gorgeous to throw away.

“Anything can be used as a vessel or vase – so long as it’s cleaned out and contains water. For home I like recycling old beauty containers that are too interesting to throw out.” And we are thrilled to see that our Rose de Mai Candle has been chosen for this stunning campaign!

The first step towards rebooting your beauty bottles is to choose your flowers. Try and stick to flowers from local florists or flower markets for the best quality. Kally suggests keeping things simple by sticking to single stems of one type of flower. Garden roses, peonies or ranunculus are perfect for the summer months.

Next, cut the stems to your desired length, and get creative by using vases of different heights and shapes to create variety and impact, especially when using one colour or shade of flower.

Finally, dress your home! Showcase your flowers around your home choose focal points at your bedside table, bathroom sink, a bookcase– wherever you please!

“Everyone’s home should have flowers – they’re a must as far as I am concerned. They change a room, they’re good for your spirit and I challenge anyone not to be uplifted by them.”

'Natural Beauty' is a collaboration between Space NK and McQueens.  

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Last Updated: 12 May 2016 12:19

What Did Past Queens Use Nightingale Droppings For?

31 May 2012 13:51

Posted in: Lifestyle


English Queens
We all know that the first great Queen Elizabeth I used ground lead to produce her white pallor (causing early death to many ladies), but the great beauties of this time also owed the rich red colour of their lips to bugs. Ladies of court were known to squash remains of insects and rub the remains on the mouth for a ruby-red lustre.

Egyptian Queens
The great Queen Cleopatra often bathed in milk. Today you can do the same, but instead of pouring milk into your bath, look for products containing Alpha Hydroxic Acids (AHAs) (naturally found in milk) which keep your skin soft and smooth by gentle exfoliation. Some beautiful citrus fruits contain AHA, such as passion fruit, lemon, grape and grape fruit – all found in our famous Renaissance Mask (winner of Best Anti-Ageing Mask – Sunday Mirror Beauty Awards). We believe you might enjoy this a little more than her face mask - Crocodile dung made into a paste with donkey’s milk (only used when Caesar wasn’t around).

Chinese Empresses
The anti-aging benefits of green tea have been widely advertised whereas white tea might be one of China's best kept beauty secrets. Also known as the Emperor's tea, white tea gets harvested from the silver tip of the tea plant. Most of the plant's antioxidants are hosted in the tip and act as an environmental shield against free radicals. Chinese women dissolve these leaves in water and use it as a facial wash.

Japanese Queens
Early geishas and Kabuki actors used nightingale droppings to remove the thick make-up from their faces. I think you will find our Perfect Cleanser both more effective, a little easier to come by, a little more effective and most certainly more glorious and fragrant to use!

Italian Queens
Ladies of the Renaissance used to apply deadly nightshade to enhance their eyes. The poison dilates the pupils and makes people’s peepers look enormous and glowing. Perhaps a safer option to retain youthful eyes is to use our Eye Wonder, known in the maternity circle as 'Mothers Little Helper' - an extremely light & refreshing anti-ageing eye serum containing the most clinically active ingredients to minimise fine lines and dark circles.

Arabian Queens
Arabian Queens loved sleek and shiny hair, so they used camel urine to dip their raven-black hair in.

Hollywood Queens (You now needn’t go to Hollywood to benefit from this collagen boosting treatment)
"When Angelina Jolie attended the Cannes Film Festival last year, she caused a stir - and not just on the red carpet. Beauty boards buzzed about her radiant skin, speculating on the recent transformation. Was it plastic surgery? A chemical peel? No Skin Needling...." The LA Times.

This miraculous collagen-boosting treatment dramatically reduces wrinkles, acne scaring and pigmentation is now available at our Covent Garden Spa. For more information on painless & quick Micro-Skin Needling, please click here. To Book, please click here.

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Last Updated: 12 May 2016 12:20

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