First Aid Beauty Products Review

First Aid Beauty is not a very well known brand and I think if people do come across it, they are put-off automatically because it says it's for sensitive skin. I always find myself staying away from products specifically for sensitive skin because I feel they won't do anything for my skin. However, these products are suitable for all skin types in my opinion; from sensitive to oily to very dry. I normally don't buy lots of things from an expensive brand that I've not tried before, however, I bought these with my sister so it was worth it. These products do not contain any harsh chemicals or alcohol and when using them I really felt that I was doing something good to my skin for once! FAB products can be purchased from Boots. 

£13 & £8

The face cleanser is suitable for everyday use and I absolutely love it! It rejuvenates and deep cleanses your skin without drying up your face or feeling harsh. It's a pro at removing makeup and it made a huge difference to the feel and look of my skin after the first use.

The ultra repair cream is brilliant to use after the cleanser. It's super moisturising and a little goes a long way. It gets rid of dry patches really well without leaving your skin feeling heavy and greasy. I have combination to oily skin and the cream was perfect for me.



Adjusting Maxi Dress Length

This is the easiest method of shortening the length of dresses that are too long without having to cut and sew. It's hard to find plain jersey maxis in petite sizes. Topshop does some but they are mega expensive. Using a belt to shorten the length is temporary and by using different styles of belts, different looks can be achieved. 

Pull the dress to the preferred length, hold it in place and tie a belt around your waist. The excess material should be above the belt. Here I am using a plaited jersey belt which keeps the look casual and also very comfortable.