Before we begin I’d like to thank those of you that enjoyed my previous Beauty Pie post last February and got in touch to tell me! Especially those lovelies who decided to trial Beauty Pie themselves by clicking on my Refer A Friend link in the post. The response was more than I could have dreamt of and I have been able to use a refer-a-friend code for every Beauty Pie order I’ve placed since. My inbox is still crammed so thank you all SO much, because I do truly love the products. It’s my little indulgence.
Now if you’re feeling confused and don’t have a clue what I’m going on about and want to know how Beauty Pie works then please do read my previous post (click here). It’ll explain everything.
If you fancy trying Beauty Pie yourself you can enter the code knowingkimberly in the ‘Been referred by a friend?’ line at the order checkout. You will get your first month free and I’ll get a top-up on my spending limit as a reward! Win win! Make sure you spell it “Kimberly” and not “Kimberley”! To visit the site click here
The small print: There is no obligation of course and please do read all the T’s and C’s etc before signing up. I am not affiliated with Beauty Pie, they have not paid me or gifted me any products. All opinions stated here are my own. I am not a skincare expert. I am not a beauty journalist. All clear? Yes? Right! Onward!
So, seeing as so many of you loved it last time I thought I’d let you know about some of the lovely new goodies they have added to their range since. Here goes…
I love a mask but I love an oxygenated mask created by a Nobel Institute epidemiologist even more! Beauty Pie say this mask will brighten, moisturise, clarify and clear your skin in just 15 minutes. Perfect for slathering on your skin when you’re fresh out the bath after a grubby commute home on the tube. Maybe even dim the lights and put on a pan pipes playlist to complete the experience. Or Enya. Can’t go wrong with Enya. I’ll be trying this as soon as I finish my Super Pore Detox Purifying Black Clay Mask.
This gentle citrus body wash smells absolutely delicious. With Aloe Vera, Geranium, Tonya Bean and Coconut, it cleanses without drying out your skin. It comes in a really generous 450ml bottle that lasts ages, a little goes a very long way!
I have friends who can’t stand people touching their feet. They shudder like Sideshow Bob at the mere mention of it. If you’re one of these anti-feet freaks then this isn’t really a product for you but if you’re obsessed with foot massages like I am (it’s bordering on a fetish) then this foot cream is the stuff of dreams. Rich and creamy, it’s perfect for softening hard skin or cracked heels and even features a skin freshening probiotic.
I love the fresh minty smell too… reminds me of the pink peppermint foot cream I used to get from The Body Shop when I was a teenager. Only considerably more luxe.
Talking of The Body Shop… do you remember buying those bath sets in “White Musk”? What even is White Musk? And bath pearls! Whatever happened to them? Anyway, I digress…
In my previous post I wrote about the Micropeeling Drops which come in a little bottle with a pippette. Whilst this is a great product (with a disciple-like following) and has the added bonus of making the user feel like a mad scientist, I did find it tricky to judge the right amount to apply.
They’ve since brought out Dr Glycolic toner which you can use with your own cotton pads/balls but I think these pre-soaked pads are even better. I still get breakouts (at FORTY TWO). Whether it’s hormonal or Cadbury’s dairy milk I can’t really say but sweeping one of these across my face (after cleansing but before moisturiser/serum) before bed a couple of times a week has definitely made a difference for me.
I really love Beauty Pie’s other exfoliator Fruitizyme Five Minute Facial Treatment which I use all the time. Wonderscrub is a different level. Personally I’d use this product a maximum of once a week because I find it a bit too abrasive to use too often. That said, if your skin is less sensitive or really congested, then this will sort it out. Also worth bearing in mind that because all the dead skin gets sloughed off, your face will absorb any follow up treatment (moisturiser/serum/mask) really well. My complexion was clearer, smoother and felt purified.
Beauty Pie launched their haircare range a few months ago. They currently have moisturising shampoo/conditioner for normal bodied hair, strengthening shampoo/conditioner formulated for finer, fly away hair and a nourishing shampoo/conditioner, best suited for thick or frizzy hair, coming in Summer 2020!
I have fine hair but lots of it and have been using their strengthening shampoo/conditioner with great success. I don’t use straighteners but I do blow dry my hair several times a week and I recently started highlighting it again so have been using the Hair Repair Treatment bi-monthly to keep it in tip top condition!
And finally, in March 2020, Beauty Pie are planning to open their first ever UK pop-up shop in Harvey Nichols (Knightsbridge, London). They’ll be hosting member events, skincare demos and of course you’ll be able to shop, shop, shop! Click here to find out more!
Don’t take my word for it. You can check out the hashtag #postyourpie on Instagram and Twitter to see what other people like! Enjoy!