Sanitiser, soaps, face cream and fragrances | Jewish News

Sanitiser, soaps, face cream and fragrances | Jewish News

As any Jewish woman will tell you, “looking this good” is a daily commitment, so regular product updates can only help with the process of feeling, looking and smelling great. After all, life has changed exponentially.

A hat worn to disguise a bad hair day is now teamed with a mask that covers half a sallow face.

Lipsticks, liners and the like remain in semi-lockdown, leaving eyes, brows and lashes front of stage. When you add cold weather, more screen time and a general air of malaise, it’s obvious looking good will make you feel better Dolly!

Jewish-owned company Let’s Sanitise supports the government’s mantra and, for every bottle sold (£7.99), donates another to care homes, schools and charities.

Best of all, its hand sanitiser – which kills 99.99% of bacteria – smells delish.

Available in citrus, lavender, peach, berry, watermelon and aloe vera, your mitts will never smell of Domestos again.

The humble soap, which parents once threatened to use on mouthy children, is having a renaissance. It’s been reinvented by , a German company that has made a solid cleansing bar with perfect pH balance for skin and hair. It’s the “think outside the bottle” philosophy behind the ace Foamie shampoo bar (£7), and there’s no better wash to be had than with the rose oil face bar (£6).

Miller Harris ( make smells you can’t stop sniffing. Won over by LOST in the City (£120), described as “nature exploding through cracks of cement and brickwork, re-wilded rhubarb and the scent of green ferns”, you can now trial scents in the new Discovery Set, which features eight  and, on purchase, Miller Harris will email a £30 voucher to be redeemed against a full-sized bottle.

Once you find the fragrance you love, team it with a candle. Then your house can smell of  sandalwood, pink pepper and frankincense (Santal). Yum.

Peau santal

A bright orange tube branded Tired Faace (£24) is a gift if your reflection looks like mine. Used daily or weekly, the mask gives back the glossy and glow with no sleep required. This is a punchy potion that also fights off free radicals, gently exfoliates, brightens, and helps keep skin plump and springy.

From, Cult Beauty, Liberty, Harrods and others

Tired face

With your punim (face) exposed to blue light damage, radiation, central heating and, for many, no sleep, chances are you don’t look like you did in that Marbella poolside pic. Thanks, then, to 35 Thousand, which has  come up with a skin range containing the complex OTG-7.

The ingredients are too long to list, but it sorts stressed-out skin by calming irritation, reducing the effect of cortisol and restoring cell metabolism in such products as Really Radiant Cream (£90), which is a ‘facial in a bottle’ that gives that elusive ‘well-rested’ glow; Clever Cleansing Balm (£30), which removes make-up while nourishing, and the All-In A Day Serum (£40), which brightens and protects. As it doesn’t cost 35 thousand, it’s an improvement investment.

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