Supplement away the stress with Magnolia Rhodiola Complex as featured in Woman & Home, which you can read here. Also read Shabir’s recommendations for supplementation at 50, also featured in Woman &  Home here. Discover Decollete Luxury Treatment Balm by In Fiore in The Sunday Times; Ameliorate is featured for chicken skin (keratosis pilaris) in ES magazine, which you can read here and Sheald Recovery Balm is recommended in Hello! Check out the August newsletter to discover new product launches and all the latest news, with a few treats thrown in between! Aculief is featured in Psychologies, which you can read on our In the Press section here. Read of the Day: Comparing Ourselves to Others

VH Editorial Team

Multivitamins

Q: Is it true that it’s a waste of money taking multivitamin supplements as they just go straight through you? A: That can be partly true, according to Dr Rachael Eckel, a consultant cosmetic dermatologist who has a special interest in nutrition. While eating fresh food is always the baseline, Read more…

August Newsletter

Welcome to the August newsletter where we take a look at some new products, we have a bit of a tea party as I write a section about some new infusions and we throw the focus on several common health concerns.  Because sharing is paramount, there are a couple of Read more…

Can Yacon Syrup Help You Lose Weight?

Yacon Syrup is a health product that has recently aroused the curiosity of the health experts and consumers alike and it is heavily trending in America. The main reason for this was a study that found that overweight women using Yacon Syrup lost an average of thirty three pounds over Read more…

Summer Beauty

The height of the holiday season is here – and with luck, we’ll all be making hay while the sun shines.  (If you can make hay, that is, from a sun lounger.)  Now, we don’t want to stray into grandmothers-sucking-eggs territory here: you’d have to have been living in a Read more…

Coconuts

Ever since man – and woman – were first cast away on a desert island, beauty-hunters have known about the powers of the coconut.  Split one of these strange-looking fruits open, and it’s an instant, whisk-you-to-a-paradise-beach experience, seducing with the lush sweetness of its flesh and milk.  But that’s not Read more…

Comparing Ourselves to Others

When my daughter was a teenager, she spent a great deal of time thinking about appearance, just like every other teenage girl in the known universe. I’m too fat, my hair is too frizzy, my face is too round, and my eyes are too small. Which may sound like a Read more…

Gill Meets Ken Paves

You are arguably the most recognisable hair stylist in America; Oprah Winfrey has called you the ‘big Kahuna of Hollywood hair’. How did your journey begin? I used to love working on my Mother and always wanted her to feel beautiful about herself – I realised I had a gift Read more…

Swimwear Through The Ages

Early bathing costumes had more to do with modesty than with looks or function and although Victorian women wore bathing costumes at the beach, a woman could not certainly swim in one comfortably.  The swimsuit as a fashionable garment that provides enough freedom of movement to be worn in the Read more…

Under Our Skin

For me beauty has always meant beyond the superficial. Of course, we can see it as a commercialised industry – and it is. In 2012 in the UK, we spent nearly £8,438 million on fragrance, make-up, skincare, haircare and toiletries*. But it works on many levels. In nature, beauty is about Read more…
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