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Style & Beauty

Go Baltic this winter

Thursday, 29th October, 2020 10:15am

Level up your self-care game with Ziaja’s new Baltic home spa collection.

This three-step line up of home-spa rituals brings you invigorating scrubs, exfoliators and gels, firming oils, serums, and mousses and relaxing soaps, mists, and facial cream for an unmatched home spa experience.

Ziaja Baltic home spa range is inspired by the active lifestyle of the Baltic Riviera.

Formulations feature vegan formulas and up to 99 per cent natural ingredients to supercharge performance and an energising and exotic mango scent to recharge the mind and body.

Baltic’s clean aesthetic packaging vibe adds contemporary style and individuality to any home setting.

Star active ingredients include skin hydrating fig extract, nourishing illipe butter a rich source of highly fatty acids, caffeine for skin firming and stimulating action, alginic acid to lock in moisture, and glycosaminoglycans recognised for skin toning properties.

The addition of ocean algae in the facecare products protects the skin against free radicals, oxidative stress and HEV blue light - emitted not only by sun, but especially by electronic devices – a must-have for women who spend hours in front of a computer or smartphone.

The Ziaja Baltic home spa fit line up includes: a mango micro-scrub, glycerine body scrub, bath jelly soap, moisturising body mousse, moisturising body serum, face cream, shower gel & shampoo 3 in 1 face body hair, anti-cellulite & firming massage oil and mist body hair.

Buy it online at www.originalbeauty.ie at Dunnes Stores and from pharmacies nationwide.

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