First up, Les Beiges All-in-One Healthy Glow Fluid with SPF 15, €40, launched right before we headed off. Frillseeker has my full review, but this next-gen tinted moisturiser is divine - not only did it give my sunkissed skin a gorgeous glow, but it's helped me fake the look since I got back. The hyaluronic acid in the formula is also great for dehydrated skin.
From the summer collection, a press sample of the June-launching Le Blush Creme de Chanel in Cheeky, €34.50, was also in my case. This rose-tinged neutral bronze is perfection with a tan - I didn't touch another blush throughout the trip.
It's limited edition and I predict it will sell out fast - so if you want it (and who could blame you), you'd best be quick. Here it is in action with Les Beiges fluid and Rouge Coco Shine in Satisfaction on my lips.
Enriched with camellia oil and other emollients and waxes, this beautiful balm repairs and protects dry lips. At €36 it's definitely a splurge, but it's lovely to use - it smells delicious and melts into the lips to leave them feeling plumped up, protected and repaired.
Hydra Beauty Essence Mist, €55, was another poolside pleasure. A cross between a refreshing water spray and a serum, this is full of skincare goodies - from antioxodants like blue ginger, to hyaluronic acid and vitamins C&E. Regular spritzing felt absolutely divine and kept me looking and feeling fresh as the temperatures soared. The only downside? Mr Fluff was equally smitten and I was plagued with demands for a spray!
Have you tried any of this little lot - or would you like to?