That's the thing about your décolletage, one day it's as smooth as a baby's bottom, the next day is as dry as the desert.

Décol-what?

It’s hard to pronounce, I know. That area between your chin and your coconuts, otherwise known as your décolletage.

It’s like a middle child – just as important as the ones on either side, but often overlooked and somewhat neglected, #letsbefrank. Not fun for you, or your low cut tops.

That’s the thing about your décolletage, one day it’s as smooth as a baby’s bottom, the next day is as dry as the desert. The skin in this area is rather thin, lacking the elasticity and resilience that the rest of the skin on your body and face has, so it needs some extra attention.

And that’s where I come in, babe. I’m the nurturing type, but I also know a little tough love doesn’t go astray.

So get naked, jump in the shower and get a little wet. Scoop a handful of me out of my bag, and rub me in small circular motions across your chest, moving in upward stokes as you approach the extra-delicate skin on your neck.

The gritty texture of the freshly ground coffee will buff away dry, flaky skin ,leaving you soft and supple.

The décolletage also has less sebaceous glands which means it’s prone to dryness – my natural cold pressed almond oil can help there, providing moisture that will last throughout the day. If you’re using my coconut & grape seed scrub these natural oils also provide moisture.

Leave me to dry for 2-3 minutes so my natural and naturally-derived ingredients can go to work on your skin, and then rinse me off with warm water.

Remember to lather on a high spectrum sunscreen during the day, and drink plenty of water. Hydration is key to youthful looking skin.

If you’re heading out at night, a dust of bronzer over the area makes your smooth coconuts look even better. But remember, babe – show off just the right amount of cleavage – we don’t want your chest looking like the grand canyon.

xx

That's the thing about your décolletage, one day it's as smooth as a baby's bottom, the next day is as dry as the desert.