SPA REVIEW | Weavers’ House Spa

Hidden amongst the colourful, crooked medieval buildings up Lavenham high street, lies the magnificent Weavers’ House Spa – a new and delightful extension of The Swan Hotel. The brand new Weavers’ House offers top of the range facilities, boasting a luxurious relaxation area with six treatment rooms and two relaxation suites. It also contains a…

SPA REVIEW| Flawless Image, Ipswich

Escape from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine and indulge in the calm surroundings of Flawless Image Beauty. Opulent, immaculate and well equipped, this spa is a pleasant getaway for a relaxing, invigorating and welcoming retreat. Flawless Image launched in March 2011, offering Temple Spa treatments which are exclusively available in Suffolk along…

LUSH Review | Snow Angel Bath Melt

So I walked into the Lush store in Ipswich this week to find the Christmas stock displayed right in the centre, ready for me to leap right into it! (I obviously didn’t because that would destroy their display and probably result in being kicked out of the shop covered in glitter.) Therefore the excitement was…

REVIEW – LUSH COSMETICS – Big Shampoo

Oh yes. This stuff. Is AWESOME! My hair is ultra limp so this stuff saved it’s life. BIG Sea Salt Shampoo is “A volumising shampoo made with seaweed and sea salt. While the salt lifts the hair and adds body, it also manages and softens the hair alongside extra virgin coconut oil and protein-rich toothed…

REVIEW – Lush Cosmetics – Tea Tree Toner Water

“Keep skin clear and refreshed. Tea tree is antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial, so can help keep away the bacteria that can cause spots. Grapefruit is rich in vitamins and is also lightly astringent on the skin, whilst juniper berry is antiseptic and helps keep skin clean and clear. Use any time of day to keep…

REVIEW: Lush Cosmetics – African Paradise

Being half South African, I was intrigued by this new product called African Paradise. Anything South African takes me back to whenever we visited my Mother’s family in Johannesburg. My sense of smell can fill me with nostalgia, therefore I was hoping this product would create an African tropical storm in the shower. I was right.…

Latitude Review: Circa Waves

Liverpool quartet and hotly tipped band Circa Waves released an energetic indie-pop feel with the similarities of The Strokes and The Libertines. Their clever lyrics were wrapped around loud distorted guitar riffs, hard-hitting drum solos and lively vocals – reliving the sound from the early noughties indie scene. Their melodic yet propulsive rock sound was well-received by…

Food Review: Swallow Belstead Brook Hotel – Ipswich

We felt like we travelled back centuries when we arrived at the Swallow Belstead Brook Hotel. It was during lunch hours, a warm summers day, and the atmosphere was quiet and very relaxed. We were welcomed by our waitress and shown to our table, layered with clean white linen, polished glasses and silverware. This applied…