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It's the brand's biggest launch of 2019 — with a waiting list of 17,000 before it hit the shelves.
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Ellie Goulding, 32, (pictured) who wed art dealer Caspar Jopling at the weekend, achieves her glow using FaceGym
All brides have a special glow on their wedding day, and singer Ellie Goulding was no exception, looking radiant as she wed art dealer Caspar Jopling at the weekend.
However, there was a little more to it than just happiness — for the 32-year-old is a fan of FaceGym, which offers non-invasive ‘workouts' for your face.
Ellie took to Instagram last week to show off her glow from its Party Face workout, a deep-clean facial with vitamins, peptides and acids (£130 for 55 minutes, facegym.com).
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The Posh Wash Shampoo is one of its hero products, containing nourishing moringa seed extract, aloe leaf juice and apple cider vinegar. It also has no parabens, sulphates or phthalates.
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At this time of year, cleansing alone is often not enough to remove the build-up of products such as sunscreen and fake tan, which can lead to blocked pores.
Exfoliating once or twice a week is the most effective way to remove dead skin cells, but it is important to be gentle.
Dr Mervyn Patterson, a cosmetic doctor at Woodford Medical, says: ‘Avoid scrubs that remove healthy skin cells and lipids, as this can expose the deeper layers to environmental damage and water loss.