Grooming Guru Essentials: Elemis Tea Tree SOS Spray

One of skin problems I’m asked about most is the dreaded ‘bacne’ – shorthand for a spotty back. The problem with this affliction, as anyone who’s ever suffered from it will know, is that it’s a real bugger to treat such a difficult-to-reach area without help. Which is where this spray comes in.

Tea-tree is a natural antiseptic so is brilliant for spots, the spray itself is a cinch to use (you can easily reach those difficult bits) and it also gives great coverage thanks to it’s fine spray mist.

What’s more, it’s also great keeping feet fresh and healthy, is the perfect product to protect skin after waxing and also makes a great scalp freshener too. The ultimate multi-function skin-saver and a gym bag essential.

To get your hands on some click here

Grooming Guru Essentials are the products I genuinely love and have used as part of my own routine.

Eucerin’s DermoPurifyer is the dogs

For many years now Dermalogica’s Special Cleansing Gel has been one of my favourite face washes. But that may well well have changed now that I’ve found an alternative that’s as good as but less than half the price. The usurper’s name? It’s Eucerin’s DermoPurifyer Cleanser.

Now, Eucerin is Beiersdorf’s decidedly unsexy skincare brand for problem skin but I have been a huge fan for years. It is absolutely the last word in dry skin treatment and is excellent for people with eczema. In my book their Dy Skin Bath and Shower Therapy is an absolute must-have for gym goers who want to avoid dry, tight skin after showering.

Anyway, the DermoPurifying range, launched a while back, is specifically for spot-prone skin but the Cleanser makes an excellent daily face wash. Soap and fragrance free, it’s perfect for getting skin clean but doesn’t leave your skin feeling dry or  tight. Believe  me, when it comes to face washes this is as good as it gets.

£8.99 from http://www.boots.com

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