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When it comes to consistency, British beauty Pascale Edwards-Labelle has a routine we can all be envious of.

The founder of Blue Labelle Skincare, which is made on the gorgeous Isle of Wight, keeps her beauty prep streamlined and simple, with a focus on vegan products that she knows won’t irritate her skin.

“I make a point of using my own products every single day,” she says. “Apart from shower wash products and a periodic wipe of the face with diluted apple cider vinegar (as a pH balancing toner), I don’t use any other facial or body care products aside from Blue Labelle. This way, I’m not promoting a skincare routine that I don’t follow myself.”

And, of course, because she loves and believes in her skincare creations.

As do I. I’ve had the opportunity to try many of Pascale’s products (and even provide some personal feedback on her formulas!), and what she’s created is the perfect combination of effective, pretty, affordable and unique.

Just like Miss Pascale. I loved reading about her favorite beauty, lifestyle and personal care products so much that as I was putting together this feature, I just had to have two cups of organic tea.

And, perhaps, I might be dreaming up a visit to the Isle of Wight, too.

pascale edwards-labelle blue labelle skincare

Pascale Edwards-Labelle’s Favorite Health & Beauty Products

*As usual, I’ve starred the items I also use and love.

*Blue Labelle Skincare Petitgrain & Tamanu Cleansing Oil

It smells so good and just laughs in the face of any makeup or grime my face has picked up in the day. I use it with one of our organic hemp cloths for hot cloth cleansing and gentle exfoliation.

*Blue Labelle Skincare Moringa & Raspberry Seed Face Oil

My favorite face oil. Its perfume is green and spicy and it contains geranium, my favorite essential oil. I’ve put geranium oil on my face every day for years.

Blue Labelle Skincare Rhassoul Clay

Such a versatile ingredient, known as “the King of Clays,” it can used in face masks, scrubs and even for body and hair washing. I love to do a rhassoul clay face mask, and my skin always looks renewed and refreshed afterwards. You can add a number of different ingredients, such as oils and floral waters, to the clay.

Clipper Organic Every Day Tea Bag

For me, every morning starts with a cup of tea, followed by another. If I drink coffee, it’s normally after lunch. This tea is excellent; it makes a strong brew, is fair trade and organic, and comes in an unbleached bag. I much prefer to drink organic tea since hearing of the pesticides and toxins that can be found in cups of non-organic tea. Choosing organic is better for the plantation land and workers, too, of course. And yes, I don’t mind if my bag is not white. I prefer it to be brown and not bleached!

*Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Pure Castile Liquid Soap

Peppermint Dr. Bronner’s was the first natural shower product that I ever used nearly 10 years ago, and I haven’t looked back! So zingy, organic and vegan — and it has so many uses! The company has a great ethos. We’ve finished this big beast of a bottle — must buy more again soon.

Tropic Skincare Complete Contour Collection

I don’t wear makeup every day, but if I do, it’s this. It took me a while to find a blusher that didn’t use animal ingredients like carmine. This three-color palette is vegan, contains organic ingredients and looks great on my skin.


These silver bangles were given to me by my sister and niece and made by Honeybourne Jewellery in the town of Ventnor, where I live on the Isle of Wight. They are from the range “Rex’s Pieces of Eight,” named after their son and have personalized charms hung on silver stacking bangles with a soft hammered texture. I love Sophie Honeybourne’s jewellery and often find myself, without realizing it, wearing earrings necklace and bracelets all made by her.

Neck Scarf

Perhaps because I am half-French, I often wear a scarf around my head or my neck. This one actually features Parisian landmarks! It’s a vintage scarf purchased from a local charity shop.




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  • emily richardson

    Looking for a face oil to use with serums that would work for both day and night. Would hers be a good one? Any others you can recommend?

    • Hard to say because I don’t know your skin type, sensitivities or needs, but I will say that this face oil is fine for both daytime and nighttime use. I have a pretty extensive archive of face oil reviews if you want to peruse, or you can check my faves to see what I’ve listed.

      If you’re new to face oils, I would also say start with simple, one-ingredient oils so you can see how your skin likes particular ingredients. It can be hard to know what you are reacting to if you start with very complex blends.

      • emily richardson

        Thanks for responding. Just found ur blog a couple weeks ago and have been obsessing ever since haha. I have semi sensitive combo skin with some wrinkles (wahhh) and hyperpigmentation. I just turned 35 so I’m looking to ramp up my beauty regime a bit. Could you recommend some face serums/oil for day/night. I don’t want to spend too much and want to keep my routine simple but I’m willing to splurge on one item…maybe something from maya chia or kypris? The rest I’m looking to be effective but affordable. Also, I live in Hawaii so it’s pretty hot and humid year round and sun damage is a concern. Help!! :)

        • Glad to be of help! How did you find me? Always curious to know how people stumble upon my blog.

          For sensitive + combo skin, I would recommend being very careful with essential oils and lots of carrier oils. Like I said, you want to be able to figure out what your skin likes / dislikes. I can’t really say what exactly will work for you; you just have to experiment, read a lot of reviews and ingredients list, and find people who have similar skin who may be able to tell you what worked for them.

          If you want something with a simple blend of oils, look into MUN — the line has a three-ingredient face oil that is perfect for both day and night. It’s got a subtle rose scent >

          • emily richardson

            Thanks for the info. I believe I stumbled upon your blog when I googled vitners daughter.