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We're not sure about… MIC mania

Tonight, reality drama Made in Chelsea returns to our screens for a fifth series in all its champagne-swigging glory. As much as we have enjoyed watching Jamie Laing's attempts to woo west London, it's the awkward silences that have made us switch off. Monday, E4, 10pm

We're buying... French fancies

Every once in a while a skin-care product causes a stir. This year it's the long-awaited arrival of French brand Bioderma to the UK. The hero product is Sensibio H2O; a three-in-one cleansing water, a bottle of which sells every six seconds. £9.99, available from pharmacists nationwide and escentual.com

We can't wait for… Jaeger's new crib

Jaeger's flagship store on London's Regent Street is undergoing a makeover. From the middle of April you'll enjoy a swishy refitted store and the Boutique Gallery, where in-house brand Boutique by Jaeger will sit by British brands including Preen Line and Charlotte Taylor.

Jaeger, 200 Regent Street, London

We're visiting… Beautiful buys

Skincare brand Orico is a new name on our shopping list. A range made of certified-organic and clinically tested ingredients, designed to deal with our increasingly hectic lifestyles. You can buy online or take a trip to the newly opened flagship store on King's Road in London.

Oricolondon.co.uk

We're dreaming about… Sunshine spas

Add an exotic destination to a pampering spa session and you've got a winning combination. Sisley has opened seaside spas at Constance Le Prince Maurice in Mauritius and at The Christopher Hotel in St Barths.

Sisley-cosmetics.com

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