With Vitamin D hitting the headlines, we recommend DLux 3000 Spray; check out the February newsletter where we launch three new products from The Ordinary, another new product from the third generation of Inhibitif and another fabulous product in the Florassist series, Florassist Throat Health. And – Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 is recommended in The Telegraph and Vogue loves High-Spreadability Fluid Primer  The Read of the Day is The Benefits of Vitamin D.

VH Editorial Team

Building Up Resistance

Q. Our four-year-old daughter has spent four nights in hospital with pneumonia. She is taking a seven-day course of antibiotics with Calpol. What can we give her to build up her resistance? A. When she finishes the antibiotics, pharmacist Shabir Daya recommends taking the herb astragalus to strengthen her immune Read more…

February Newsletter

Welcome to the February newsletter where we release more new products from Inhibitif and The Ordinary, there are also launches from iS Clinical and Sarah Chapman and we reveal the next supplement in the amazing Florassist collection. We will also be taking a look at gut health, there is a Read more…

The Best Mucoid Plaque Cleanser

What is mucoid plaque? Mucoid plaque is not something that most people will have heard about. In fact, there is controversy between the medical profession and the holistic practitioners over whether this exists or not. Though there is little proof of whether mucoid plaque actually exists or not, there are Read more…

Beauty Bible Loves: The (Early) Spring Edit

VH has long been a go-to site for us – and for countless readers – for beauty ‘happenings’. It’s all Gill’s fault: she’s constantly out there sleuthing new and improved products to revolutionise our beauty regimes, and which do what they say on the tin/jar/whatever. We frequently share our ‘finds’ Read more…

Owning Our Own Bodies

As children, we’re very connected to our physical bodies – all being well, we move freely, our bodily functions happen naturally. Once our minds start kicking in there’s a sense of disconnection: our thoughts start to take control, we start to care about what others think. Whether we are conscious of Read more…

Stepping Out Of Your Comfort Zone

It’s Febuary and social media is awash with mantras to get out there, carpe diem and step out of your comfort zone. “Blah, blah, blah,” you say to yourself on a morning when all you want to do is wear a duvet to work or better still, roll back under Read more…

Gill meets Prudvi Kaka

What is your background? I came from beautiful India to beautiful Canada with an educational background in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. I started off my career in Canada back in 2013 with a dream to become a pharmacist initially, but fortunately landed in beauty. My initial beauty formulation experience started at another Read more…

Something In The Air

There are green shoots out there. The light’s shifted, suddenly. And I don’t know about you, but at this time of year I begin – just begin – to think about changing the fragrance I wear. Now, perfume, as many of you know, is hugely important to me. Life-enriching, For Read more…

Can You “Detox” Sugar?

Sugar is at the tip of everyone’s tongue, from people trying to reduce their intake for better health, to heated arguments around regulating sugar like tobacco; with health warnings and taxes. But, for you, right now, a big question is “will cutting sugar out of your diet really change your Read more…
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