The Ordinary Explore the extended collection of AHA/BHA collections Stemm Hair Treatment
 

The June newsletter has been released which is loaded with new brands and products; we introduce you to Spacemasks, Turmeric Oral Spray and Emoji Lip Balms. We also welcome Arly, the VH Addict, who has written The Ordinary – The Definitive, check it out. In the Sunday Times India Knight writes about Mrs White’s Unstung Hero and the fabulous Wet Brush is highly acclaimed for its untangling brilliance. The read of the day is Cold Sores Treatment.

VH Editorial Team

Turmeric Daily Oral Spray

There is a growing body of scientific evidence for the health benefits of turmeric, the golden Asian spice whose active compound is called curcumin. Its main action is damping inflammation, which underlies many diseases from arthritis and tendonitis to skin problems and even some forms of cancer. Many people choose Read more…

June Newsletter

Welcome to the June newsletter where we launch two new brands and several new products; we do updates on NIOD and The Ordinary, of course we do, and we take a look at sinus congestion, together with a product Shabir recommends to help clear blackheads. There is a treat from Read more…

Using Salicylic Acid For Blackheads

Blackheads can be difficult to get rid of and even with a good cleansing routine, these stubborn blemishes often remain. Even though they are stubborn, it is not difficult to get rid of blackheads or to reduce their occurrence. Salicylic acid is a very effective ingredient in treating oily skin Read more…

Don’t Underestimate The Classics

A funny thing is happening in fashion right now. Clothes – wardrobe must-haves such as the trench, a great stripe shirt, the right pair of boyfit jeans, a pair of monk-strap brogues- items that would once upon a time have been written off as boring classics are having a moment. Read more…

Gill Meets Wayne Goss

What is your background? I grew up in Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset. I studied exercise and nutrition at university, but after finishing my degree I was so sick of talking about food and movement that I made the decision not to pursue this as a career. At that time I was Read more…

Weirdo Of The Week Award

Just another abnormal day in the life of a VH addict. Selfish Jean is threatening to appear with a tape measure and it’s time to wake up and smell the coffee; after the manservant makes it obvs. Of course at Addicts Mansions we drink Curcumin Latte with an Aduna Super-Cacao chaser. A Read more…

Your Healthiest Smile

My fear of the dentist stemmed from around age ten when I had to have four teeth extracted to make room in my ‘overcrowded’ mouth. I did manage to escape without train track braces, but the damage was done. Once I became a teenager, I totally refused to go at Read more…

The Magic Bath

We recently gave a friend who was having a tough time a bottle of the utterly amazing Aromatherapy Associates Inner Strength Bath & Shower Oil – only to be met with a slightly confused glance as the person declared: ‘Gosh, well, I can’t remember the last time I had a Read more…

The Healing Powers Of Illness

Many years ago I read a book which made a deep impression on me. It was called The Healing Power of Illness, by a German doctor called Rüdiger Dahlke. Highly controversial, it suggested that when we get sick – or even have an accident – it’s not just random, but Read more…
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