TRI­ONA’S MOST WANTED

Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - BEAUTY -

Maxi loves Montes­sori. I can’t be­lieve how grown up he’s get­ting, al­though he told me the other day when I was walk­ing him to school how ‘grow­ing up takes a long time, Mummy!’

His vo­cab­u­lary is also ex­pand­ing, al­though he seems to have a bit of a Cork ac­cent, which sends Will wild. Will speaks in a very clipped ac­cent, un­like Maxi and, eh, me! We like to put a lot of ex­tra vow­els on to the end of ev­ery word as well as talk­ing a few oc­taves higher than ev­ery­one else in the house, boy!

Maxi also says things like ‘that’s di­vine’, which in no way leads me on to a de­light­ful new range from L’Oc­c­i­tane called, eh, Di­vine Har­mony.

More than 10 years in de­vel­op­ment, this anti-age­ing break­through is de­signed to vis­i­bly im­prove skin tex­ture, tone and re­fine fa­cial con­tours.

Us­ing a unique blend of high-per­form­ing, age-de­fy­ing ingredients, the for­mu­las work to­gether in, I sup­pose di­vine har­mony. Clue is in the name!

The serum, be­low right, €185, is spendy but it con­tains over 5,000 en­cap­su­lated mi­cro-drops that claim to help firm the skin, lift and re­de­fine fa­cial con­tours.

The Di­vine Har­mony Cream, be­low left, €168, has plump­ing hyaluronic acid and a dose of vi­ta­min C that lit­er­ally melts into my skin, leav­ing it nour­ished and sup­ple.

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