Lisa Armstrong does High-Spreadability Fluid Primer in The Telegraph today declaring love! Check out the fully loaded December Newsletter, which, as the name suggests, is fully loaded with treats as we take a retrospective of the year; additionally we launch some new products including three from The Ordinary, which has just won Best Breakthrough Brand in Grazia. The Champagne Bubbles Wet Brush, as featured in The Sunday Times and The Telegraph, is our bestselling gift right now, Triple Flu Defense is killing it and so is Density Stimuli. The Read of the Day is Good Vibrations.

VH Editorial Team

How To Settle A Sore Stomach

When a friend had a bad bout of food poisoning with severe diarrhoea recently, I asked naturopath Ben Brown, technical director of Viridian Nutrition, for advice. He suggested she do the following: Take an oral rehydration solution (available from chemists nationwide). Avoid dairy food as transient lactose intolerance can develop Read more…

December Newsletter

Welcome to the December newsletter, the last newsletter of the year and what a year it has been. Traditionally this newsletter has always been the bonkers one where I appear to take leave of all my senses, review the year and then fill the entire newsletter with gifts and treats. Read more…

Cracked Corners Around The Mouth

Cracked corners around the mouth is a more common condition than most people realise. It’s medically referred to as angular cheilitis or perleche. Angular cheilitis is an infection, bacterial or fungal, characterised by inflammation around the corners of the mouth

Christmas Gifts

Christmas, we think, is the time to give treats that people wouldn’t buy for themselves. But at Beauty Bible, we’ve long made a tradition of using the festive season as an excuse to introduce friends and family to the beauty and wellbeing treats we swear by ourselves. Because if something’s Read more…

Secrets and Lies

Last year, I spent a month in hospital, which was fine by me, or as fine as any severe illness can be, but it was a psychiatric unit and the moment you utter those two words, a hush falls across the room and then, like the faintest breeze, the whispers Read more…

Maternity Wear

I remember it only too well. 2012 and I was pregnant with my second daughter. Truly I wanted to embrace a whole new maternity wardrobe. So too, did my (particularly rampant) Chinese consumer genes, no doubt geed up by all those pregnancy hormones. With a royal baby on the way Read more…

Feeling Frazzled

Lately, I’ve been using the word frazzled more and more to describe the way my brain feels after a day of work at the computer, or even just down time spent surfing the net on my phone. Believe me, I am not glued to screens like some. In fact, I 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…

Good Vibrations

I believe that every one of us is honour-bound to give ourselves plenty of TLC. And that means finding the right mix of exercise, supplements, foods and de-stressing techniques which keep us balanced and on top of life. I don’t think of it as ‘selfish’. On the contrary, I like Read more…
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