Bioderma Photoderm MAX SPF 50 + | Knowledge is Power Review

Product: Bioderma Photoderm MAX Ultra Fluid SPF 50 + This is a high protection SPF from french pharmacy brand, Bioderma. This lightweight fluid combines maximum anti-UVB and UVA-protecting ingredients, which utilize the patented Cellular BIOprotection® complex developed by Bioderma in 2002. This product is specifically for the face and has a desirable SPF 50, which will give high Read More …

John Lewis Christmas Shop and Gift Guide

We’re hurtling towards December at an incredibly fast pace, and for the first time in years, I’m in the festive mood already. As a youngster, I loved Christmas but there’s no denying that as we get older Christmas can become a little less exciting and a bit more stress induced. Last year, I waited until Read More …

YourGoodSkin Comforting Gel Cleanser | Knowledge is Power Review

Product: YourGoodSkin Comforting Gel Cleanser YourGoodSkin is a brand new skincare line, developed by dermatologists and tested on thousands of women, according to their website. They claim to bring products to the market that help create a balanced skin for women. They also claim that after 28 days use, the skin will appear healthier by Read More …

A Dementia Diary: Grief for the Mum I’m Losing and Have Already Lost

I haven’t been able to write for days. Since I took some time off from social media and blogging, I haven’t been able to get back into it with the same level of passion and excitement. I have all the best intentions in the world, but those intentions aren’t helping form words. I’m currently sat Read More …

R.I.P Papa Emeritus III (Happy Halloween Make-up Tutorial)

I’ve become a little obsessed with the Swedish rock band Ghost over the past few months. If you’re a fan, you’ll probably be aware how the world of Ghost can suck you in. It’s a visual experience, just as much as an audible one. I’m especially fond of Papa Emeritus III and was sad to Read More …

The Henry Rollins Interview: Fanzine Archive 2005

Henry Rollins is a household name. He has an unbreakable stream of creative output and the guy just doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. When I was a fresh-faced 20-year-old, I had the opportunity to interview him for my fanzine ‘Zineophobia’ at the very height of my Rollins obsession. I still love him today, Read More …

Why Instagram Perpetuates My Feeble Obsession with Acceptance

I’ve just had a couple of nights away with friends in the countryside and I chose to give myself a much needed digital detox.  I disabled notifications for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Telegram, WhatsApp and WordPress on Sunday morning and I don’t have any desire to turn them back on. My original plan was to Read More …