In the kit with... Jenni Draper |

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In the kit with... Jenni Draper

Celebrity manicurist and beauty therapist Jenni Draper has over 20 years’ industry experience. Lollie Hancock finds out her five must-have products

PersoNAILity Beauty Balm

A product from Draper’s own brand, PersoNAILity’s Beauty Balm is a versatile, rich balm with shea and mango butter, vitamin E and rosehip, oat and argan oils to nourish damaged skin.

Why Jenni loves it: “It was originally formulated for this purpose but now I use it for all brow treatments as aftercare and as a barrier for lash tints [instead of Vaseline], for lips and for any dry patches.

“Clients love it because it’s vegan, gentle enough for children and smells delicious.”

Daylight Company Foldi Go

The rechargeable lamp works great for nail treatments because it’s fully height-adjustable and easy to take with you from client to client.

Why Jenni loves it: “I never know where I might be and what the light situation might be, so this is a must.

Labology 3 Super AntiBac Sanitiser Spray

“It’s small, compact and rechargeable so I don’t need to worry about plugging it in. I use it for brows, lashes, nails, facials – everything.”

This high-performance alcohol-free and fragrance-free hand sanitiser with multipurpose function can be used on skin, surfaces, fabrics and accessories like hairbrushes, nail tools and beauty brushes.

Why Jenni loves it: “It doesn’t dry out my hands or smell awful, it’s great for sensitive skin, it’s ethically produced, and it works! I clean my tools, brushes and hands with it.”

Bertioli Water Meadow Breathing Balm

A recent addition to Draper’s product roster, the Water Meadow Breathing Balm has quickly become a product she “won’t be without!”

Packed with essential oils, including camomile, rosemary and eucalyptus, Draper says the blend of oils is “both calming and invigorating”.

Dermalogica Precleanse

Why Jenni loves it: “I use this to instil calm and focus in myself and in my clients. It can be used whenever it’s needed – for nerves for an anxious client, or just when you feel the need to take a moment and a deep breath.”

Dermalogica’s Precleanse is a great start to any double cleanse, melting away make-up and impurities while hydrating the skin.

Why Jenni loves it: “I use this on every single facial client to remove make-up and grime before doing a skin assessment.

“It smells divine and removes every trace of dirt. This has been a kit favourite for years.”

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