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Lina Psaila
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The buzz word of the moment, anti pollution beauty has arrived. Its all about purifying the skin and taking away those nasties and reviving tired skin doing the cold winter months. So for the city dwellers out there, here are some key products to look out for to save your complexion and get the glow. 


The cold weather weakens the defences and drys up the skin so protecting the skin from the elements is key  to anti-pollution beauty. 

Get your SPF in your daily moisturiser, try defence barrier boosting oils and glow activating serums. For after care, use a great cleanser with antioxidants and purifying charcoal masks. 

Have a look in our exclusive edit and get all of your winter skin essentials!

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Emily Beeson
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We all know that regular exfoliation is the key to great skin but many scrubs can leave your face feeling less than fresh. It’s not advisable to use a harsh scrub on your skin more than once a week but even that can be a little too much for some. 


So, how can we exfoliate without roughing up our skin? The answer is with a gentle acid exfoliator. The essential skincare hero for beauty gurus, acid toners and acid exfoliators get to work on refreshing your skin without the need for scrubbing.

There are plenty of brands and strengths to choose from, so whether you have sensitive skin or you’re in need of a more powerful exfoliant, there’s sure to be something that will suit you. 

So, banish those microbeads and harsh scrubs and instead, opt for an acid exfoliator. Adding one of these to your routine can work wonders for your skin and help you achieve that new-season glow in next to no time. 

Browse our Editors’ favourite skincare heroes below…

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Lina Psaila
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The weekend is near and what better way to celebrate than with a little discount shopping? This week we’ve gathered an array of Deals & Steals to jumpstart your weekend and give you something to look forward to. 


First, we’re taking care of your spring wardobe needs with a range of deals from Macy's, Banana Republic and Urban Outfitters. Then it's on to skincare and make up; creams, lotions, eyeliners and yummy lip balms from The Body Shop and Lookfantastic will see to that glowing complexion. Finally, must-have accessories from Nic + Zoe – we know you'll adore them too... 

Take a look at our Deals & Steals of the week below… 

ENDING MONDAY 04/16

Macy's Extra 20% off 

Gap Extra 30% off 

Banana Republic 50% off selected shirts & blouses using the code: BOGOFREE 

ENDING TUESDAY 04/17 

6pm Up to 50% off 

ENDING WEDNESDAY 04/18 


Lookfantastic 20% off Christophe Robin with code: ROBINX5 

ENDING FRIDAY 04/20 

The Body Shop Buy 3 get 3 free 

ENDING TUESDAY 05/01 

Nic + Zoe Up to 40% off 

Hurry sales end soon! 

Head to our gallery for more and shop your favourite steals from our edit now…

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Emily Beeson
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Spring is all about dewy skin, barely there shimmers and healthy glows but knowing how to help your skin look its best can be tricky. Protecting it from pollutants in the air is tough and layering up on make up doesn’t always help either. We enlisted the help of some of our favourite beauty bloggers and editors to put together a list of tricks and tools to help you get glowing skin in next to no time. So ditch the foundation, put a cross on your calendar and prepare for a night in dedicated to skincare and spa-like relaxation.


How to detox your skin… 

Drink more 

It sounds obvious but staying hydrated is the key to great skin. Water and tea are best for flushing the toxins out of your body but avoid black teas and stick to a green tea or a brew made from nettles, dandelion and other detoxifying ingredients. 

Work out

Raising your heart rate and breaking a sweat are great for resetting your system, your skin included. Sweating out impurities that build up from snacking on junk food and exposing your skin to pollution and dirt is great but just make sure you hit the shower after a work out to avoid sweat drying on your skin.  

Try dry brushing

Brushing your skin helps to slough away dead skin cells and gently help your face and body to feel softer and look brighter. Massaging your skin also helps so investing in a little hand-held massage roller is a great idea too. 

Exfoliate your skin and use a mask

Using a face and body exfoliator is a must if you want glowing skin to rival a beauty blogger. Stick with something gentle and exfoliate once a week. You can also use an electric exfoliator like a Foreo – these are great for when you’re in a rush. Using a face mask will also help to nourish and heal your skin, drawing out impurities and leaving it feeling renewed. 

Steam your skin

Warm steam is great for your skin so take a cleansing bath or make some time to use a special beauty steamer. Your face will thank you for it. 

Refresh your face and body from top to toe with our detox beauty edit below… 

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Clinique has always had a good reputation, whether that be for skincare or makeup! Have a look to see what’s right for you! Credit: Clinique Instagram

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It’s the US beauty brand that has finally made its way to the UK! If you’re looking for a new regime in your skincare then this is definitely the product for you. #skincare #botanicals Credit: British Vogue

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Whether for business or pleasure, we're flying more than ever and our questions for the women who board and disembark each flight looking nothing less than exceptional only keep growing.


There are models, editors and industry mavens who are more than happy to share their in-flight beauty tricks but to keep things simple, we've summed up some of the most efficient: 

Cleanse your skin before starting any beauty routine. 
To avoid dehydration, sensitivity and tired skin, don't forget to cleanse. Your skin will thank you at the end of the trip.  

Don't load up on make-up to wear throughout the entirety of your flight 
Once cleansed, moisturise to stay fresh-faced with supple, hydrated skin. Treat your lips to some first-class service Moisturise often your dried-out air-con lips with a rich lip balm. 

Save bag space for things that'll stave off boredom  
If you're on a long haul flight, choose what you pack with care (we recommend iPad, headphones, books etc), avoid bringing your entire make-up collection to touch up with before reaching your destination. Load up retractable brushes with bronzer and brush prior to leaving home!  

Give your hair the care it deserves 
Compact Tangle Teezers and dry shampoo are your new best friend! Get some help for a stress-free flight Essential oils can help you restore your energy and sleep better, for a natural glow at disembarking. 

And last, but not least... Drink all the water you can! 
Aim for at least 1/2 liter per hour on board. 

With all products available in 100ml or less, shop below for everything from cleansing wipes to heavy duty moisturisers and dry shampoo to quick-fix make-up items!  


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As we go into spring I guess it's no surprise that our make up inspo is becoming as dewy as the grass beneath our feet. Since moving to London my skin has been battling the harsh city air so I've been trying to give it a bit more love. I recently bought some Glossier products - Milky Jelly Cleanser, Balm Dotcom and the Priming Mosturizer. I have very quickly fallen in love with all three products and my skin is looking clearer than it has for months. It just so happens that my buying this skincare set has coincided with the glossy skin make up look. Make up artists have been laying down the heavy products and reaching for primers, strobes and glowing moisturisers. This is the perfect look as we start to head towards summer when a light base is always better. It's also a look that your skin will thank you for. Image: Indigital

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Lina Psaila
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If you haven't been living under a rock recently you must have caught this trend of the ten step Korean skin care routine. We know that ten steps seem like a lot of work, but it's total exaggeration we hear! You don't have to barge in this ten step commitment straight away. Keep the basics and opt for a 5 step regimen to start with. If you want to follow this routine to a T and acquire the enviable skin of a Korean princess here are the ten steps you need to follow: 


Step 1: Oil Cleanser 

Apply this to dry skin in order to remove makeup and any other oil-based product remainders. You might need proper make up remover for heavy makeup though. 

Step 2: Foam Cleanser 

As you might have guessed an oil-cleanser is not enough. You need a foam water-based cleanser in order to remove impurities. Make sure you cleanse it twice for a squeaky clean skin surface. 

Step 3: Exfoliator 

Exfoliation is a vital part of the process as it thoroughly cleans clogged pores that you wouldn't be able to reach differently. It's also a great way to get rid of dead skin. This step is not recommended for daily use, especially if you have sensitive skin. But if you a have a tougher complexion you can try exfoliating up to 3 times per week. 

Step 4: Toner 

After you have cleansed and scrubbed the skin thoroughly it will be cleaner but quite fragile and in desperate need of ample hydration. The best way to prepare the skin before applying any sort of hydrating cream is to apply a toner so that it'll absorb it better. 

Step 5: Essence 

The essence is truly what the Korean skin care is all about. It's the element of the routine that really differentiates it from any other skin care routine. The inherently Korean essence is basically very similar to a serum, booster of ampoules but it contains a greater percentage of water and as such it looks and feels a lot like a toner. 

Step 6: Serums & Boosters 

These oil-based treatments are not necessary if you deal with brown spots or pigmentation often. If you have normal or dry skin you can try these methods for a bonus layer of hydration. Believe us, your skin will thank you for it! 

Step 7: Sheet Mask 

The great thing about masks is that there is no 'one mask fits all'. You can try a hydrating mask if you have dry skin or a Vitamin C packed one to brighten it. You don't need to do this step every night. It's actually more beneficial for you if you only do it twice a week. 

Step 8: Eye Cream 

Again with eye cream, you can target the areas that are most important to you. You could focus on fine lines or dark circles. 

Step 9: Face Cream 

This is one of the vital parts of the routine even if you leave out a couple of other steps. Skin hydration is the key to soft, younger looking skin at all times. Try to wear a lighter day cream and a full nourishing night cream. 

Step10: SPF 

The most important step of the Korean regimen is the SPF. You must have heard of women swearing by their SPF since the slightest exposure to sunlight can speed up the ageing process of the skin. SPF needs to be applied daily even if you don't live in a city that is necessarily sunny. 

There you have it! The Complete Guide to Korean Morning Routine. Need help with picking the right products? Have a look below at our top picks for every single step and say hello to brighter younger-looking skin!

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the korean skincare is high maintenance but it's worth it
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the glossier showroom seems like such a calm and cool place to hang out while your look some of your fave products. i just love the less is more philosophy behind the brand. photo credit: @glossier on twitter. #beauty #makeup #glossier #skincare

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Lina Psaila
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This week Shopcade turns to influencer and author of the blog 'Ninety Percent Stardust' Rachel Reaney, for an instant fashion and beauty boost. Her blog chronicles her daily life, trends, travels and enviable skin beauty treatments. We caught up with the busy blogger, influencer and Communications professional to talk about creativity, morning routines and exotic destinations. 


What compelled you to start your own blog and Instagram account? 

I've always chosen photography and fashion as a medium to express myself and Instagram provides the perfect visual platform to do that. Multiple accounts on the platform have not only inspired me personally but have inspired me to start creating and sharing my own content and things that I love.  

What do you enjoy most about the creative process? 

For me, I really enjoy and find it relaxing to edit photos. I use VSCO to add the final touches to my photos such as adding a vintage grain or warmer tones using a filter. I use an app called Mosaico to plan the layout of my content. 

What are the challenges and also the benefits of being a freelance content creator and influencer? 

Luckily, I already work in social media so I feel the combination of working with brands as both a consultant and an influencer is very useful, as you can really understand both sides of the equation and how they can partner together in a collaborative way. 

What are your non-negotiables regarding your wellness routine? 

I'm a skincare junkie and for me feeling good about myself extends to how my skin is behaving. I try to eat lots of vegetables and drink as much water as I can but once a week I'll set aside some time to have some me-only pamper time. I'm currently a fan of beauty brands including Le Labo, The Ouai, Glossier, Nuxe and Rodin. 

How would you describe your personal style? Do you have any favourite brands? 

For me, I aspire to look low-key yet effortlessly put together. When it comes to my wardrobe I like to mix pieces from high-end designers on Yoox Netaporter such as Acne Studios, Staud and Nanuska with high street staples from Topshop, H&M or the occasional vintage find. 

Which are your staples when it comes to dressing up in the morning? It's important to me to be comfortable in whatever I put on. 

I tend to favour a good pair of jeans paired with a nude top or ruffled sleeved blouse. I'll then dress this up with gold jewellery and a statement bag. 

You're always travelling. Which one of your recent destinations was the most memorable to you and why? 

It sounds like a cliche but Oia in Santorini is one of the most beautiful and photogenic places I've ever been to. My next bucket-list destination is a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia. 

What are you working on at the moment? Do you have any specific goals for 2018? 

Keep on improving! I've recently upgraded my camera and am excited to take my photos to the next level. On a personal note, my goal is also to enjoy the little moments and joys that life brings - most often or not these aren't planned!

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram @rachlondon. 

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Lina Psaila
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This week Shopcade turns to influencer and author of the blog 'Ninety Percent Stardust' Rachel Reaney, for an instant fashion and beauty boost. Her blog chronicles her daily life, trends, travels and enviable skin beauty treatments. We caught up with the busy blogger, influencer and Communications professional to talk about creativity, morning routines and exotic destinations. 


What compelled you to start your own blog and Instagram account? 

I've always chosen photography and fashion as a medium to express myself and Instagram provides the perfect visual platform to do that. Multiple accounts on the platform have not only inspired me personally but have inspired me to start creating and sharing my own content and things that I love.  

What do you enjoy most about the creative process? 

For me, I really enjoy and find it relaxing to edit photos. I use VSCO to add the final touches to my photos such as adding a vintage grain or warmer tones using a filter. I use an app called Mosaico to plan the layout of my content. 

What are the challenges and also the benefits of being a freelance content creator and influencer? 

Luckily, I already work in social media so I feel the combination of working with brands as both a consultant and an influencer is very useful, as you can really understand both sides of the equation and how they can partner together in a collaborative way. 

What are your non-negotiables regarding your wellness routine? 

I'm a skincare junkie and for me feeling good about myself extends to how my skin is behaving. I try to eat lots of vegetables and drink as much water as I can but once a week I'll set aside some time to have some me-only pamper time. I'm currently a fan of beauty brands including Le Labo, The Ouai, Glossier, Nuxe and Rodin. 

How would you describe your personal style? Do you have any favourite brands? 

For me, I aspire to look low-key yet effortlessly put together. When it comes to my wardrobe I like to mix pieces from high-end designers on Yoox Netaporter such as Acne Studios, Staud and Nanuska with high street staples from Topshop, H&M or the occasional vintage find. 

Which are your staples when it comes to dressing up in the morning? It's important to me to be comfortable in whatever I put on. 

I tend to favour a good pair of jeans paired with a nude top or ruffled sleeved blouse. I'll then dress this up with gold jewellery and a statement bag. 

You're always travelling. Which one of your recent destinations was the most memorable to you and why? 

It sounds like a cliche but Oia in Santorini is one of the most beautiful and photogenic places I've ever been to. My next bucket-list destination is a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia. 

What are you working on at the moment? Do you have any specific goals for 2018? 

Keep on improving! I've recently upgraded my camera and am excited to take my photos to the next level. On a personal note, my goal is also to enjoy the little moments and joys that life brings - most often or not these aren't planned!

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram @rachlondon. 

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