TRIONA’S MOST WANTED
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.