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The Hot List: Six products to help you feel your best this Autumn


This week’s hot list is here (Picture: Metro.co.uk)

Nicole Mowdray has put together a list of the latest top beauty and fashion tips, to walk you into Autumn looking and feeling your best.

1. Young’uns get hands on

Spots & Stripes' Stay Safe Hand Cleansing Spray

Looking for a way to treat a tween who’s back to school?

Spots & Stripes is a skin, hair and bath brand for boys and girls that’s Earth friendly and ethical but offers high-performing products that work on changing bodies.

Stay Safe Hand Cleansing Spray, £12, Spots & Stripes

2. Face the day with zest

Sculpted By Aimee Connolly range's Hydrate & Hold skin mist

If you’re struggling to keep your make-up looking on point (thanks to face masks and this late summer heatwave), try the Hydrate & Hold skin mist from the popular Sculpted By Aimee Connolly range.

It’s formulated to help your skin look good on the go, thanks to hyaluronic acid, lemon extract and soothing centella asiatica.

£19, Sculpted by Aimee

3. Caring for the skin 24/7

Cult Beauty's Biossance’s Phyto-Retinol

Bakuchiol is a new age-defying miracle ingredient that’s photostable, which means it can be worn day and night.

Try it in Biossance’s Phyto-Retinol, blended with brilliant ethical sugarcane-derived squalene.

£61, Cult Beauty

4. Stylish eco-label that won’t break the bank

Aligne fashion label

Launched this week, Aligne is a new affordable (from £28) label whose primary focus is sustainability.

Pieces are created using eco-friendly fabrics, the brand’s denim uses 65 per cent less water and it favours organic cotton and recycled finishes. It looks the business, too.



Three highlights from the range

Abbie dress: £65

Aligne's Abbie dress

Avelyn blazer: £110

Aligne's Avelyn blazer

Allegra turtleneck: £30

Aligne's Allegra turtleneck

5. Fill the house with the taste of autumn

The six-piece Townhouse candle Collection (Picture: Jo Malone)

Autumn is prime scented candle season – hunkering down with the curtains drawn and a nice glass of something. To this end, Jo Malone has launched its six-piece Townhouse Collection, taking inspiration from ‘celebrated moments within a London townhouse’ – we’re talking smoky glowing embers and freshly baked macaroons.

Those who keep abreast of such things will know a certain John Boyega is unlikely to be buying any, however…

£90, Jo Malone

6. Cheers to no booze

(Picture: Nic Crilly-Hargrave)

It’s gluten-free, vegan and without alcohol, so some may say Freestar isn’t really a beer at all, but I’ve got news for them. It tastes like a beer and it creates 70 per cent less waste and uses 80 per cent less water than other brands.

If you’re looking for a way to cut back on boozing but still have a feel-good drink of an evening, give this tasty number a try.

£24 for 12 cans, Free Star

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