Queen has specialised in sensitive skin since 1927. Queen Shampoo is mild & gentle for sensitive scalps, leaving hair soft and shiny. Queen Shampoo is...... more
Queen has specialised in sensitive skin since 1927. Queen Shampoo is mild & gentle for sensitive scalps, leaving hair soft and shiny. Queen Shampoo is particularly effective for sufferers of conditions such as dandruff, seborrhoeic dermatitis (a type of eczema which can affect the scalp, eyebrows, sides of nose and even ears and neck) and contact dermatitis. It is worth noting that sensitive skin can often be caused by or exacerbated by perfumed shampoo which many people will continue using even though they may use non-perfumed products on their faces. The perfumed water and bubbles then drip down the face, causing irritation, itchiness and redness. Our simple formula is the mildest formulation possible and, like all Queen products, contains no perfume, essential oils or fragrance whatsoever.Says online salon news site, Findasalon.co.uk, which publishes best-selling hair magazines Hair & Beauty, Perfect Hair and Hair Now: "We were excited to hear about Queen's new soothing Shampoo, £9.80. The mild formula contains no perfume, essential oils or fragrance whatsoever but still leaves locks squeaky clean." To read more click here.To use, massage Queen Shampoo gently into your hair and scalp. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and repeat as necessary.Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Coconut Diethanolomide, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, CI 19140.
Queen has specialised in sensitive skin since 1927. Quee Soap is a gentle, unperfumed soap for sensitive skin. For use on body & as a facial cleansing barQueen...... more
Queen has specialised in sensitive skin since 1927. Quee Soap is a gentle, unperfumed soap for sensitive skin. For use on body & as a facial cleansing barQueen Soap is super gentle. It can be used all over the body, making it ideal for very dry skin or skin prone to conditions such as eczema. It also makes a superb facial cleansing bar for acne-prone or young skins and, for men with sensitive skin, it produces a lovely lather which makes it perfect for use when shaving (and also for women when shaving legs and armpits). A glycerine-based transclucent soap, Queen's soap formulation adheres to our philosophy of as few ingredients as possible and absolutely no perfume, masking fragrance or essential oils.Glycerine has superb humectant properties, helping skin to retain moisture, leaving your skin soft and clean without the dry, tight feeling left by so many soaps today.Ingredients: Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Palmate, Aqua, Sucrose, Sodium Castorate, Glycerin, Alcohol Denat, Polysorbate 80, Tocopheryl Acetate.What our customers say about this product: 'I do like to wash my face after cleansing and I have found the soap lathers easily and washes away all traces of cleanser. It leaves my face soft, with no trace of dryness. I have a normal to dry skin and really would recommend its use facially.' Mrs F, Essex.
Advantages: Cheap, comfortable beds Disadvantages: Noisy, fire alarm went off, cold
...the right place to stay. Oh, I wish I had listened to them. On the otherhand it was an experience I will never forget.
We wanted a cheap place to stay whilst we went to see my favourite celebrity, Sharon Osbourne. It was when she released her book, Revenge. We stayed in Queens Hotel and took the tube into London, Selfridges, where Sharon signed my book and spoke to me for at least five minutes. I was...
Advantages: Great facilities and location Disadvantages: Some rooms on the small side
Our family stayed at the Queen?s Hotel Bournemouth for 2 nights back in May 2007. The drive down from North London is 112 miles and took around 3 Hours 20 Minutes which included a 30 minute stop over. The Hotel is located on Meyrick Road, just a minutes walk from the sea front and a 15 minute walk to the Pier.
There is room for about 15 cars in the car park at the front...
Advantages: nice /clean /activities for children/ on the beach. Disadvantages: expensive drinks/ as above
...I would like to tell you about my recent holiday to a 5 star hotel in Turkey at the resort of Side.
The hotel is called the Sunrise Queen and can be booked by JMC .My family and I booked this hotel a year ago, and at the time we were told how lucky we were as we had booked the last two rooms. While there our rep did say that the hotel was over booked, and that the reps would be asked to move...