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Hello Monday: The Ordinary wins ‘Best Anti-Ageing Brand’in The Sunday Times Style Beauty Awards and also in Style magazine, the fabulous Wet Brush is highly acclaimed for its untangling brilliance. Check out the May newsletter where we celebrate NIOD’s second birthday with the launch of the second generation of Multi-Molecular Complex 2, MMHC2 and then read about our new products which include the amazing MakeUp Applicator and Curcumin Latte. And an update, we are processing all orders for The Ordinary Colours in date order; it is a mammoth task (250,000 on a wait list); please bear with, we are doing the best we can. The read of the day is Small Changes in Difficult Times.

VH Editorial Team

The Hearty Diet

Every year nearly 160,000 people in England and Wales die of heart-related problems, according to the British Heart Foundation. Recently, large-scale research published in the US (jamanetwork.com) looked at the association between dietary factors and mortality from heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes, known collectively as cardiometabolic disease (CMD)

May Newsletter

Welcome to the May newsletter where we celebrate NIOD’s second birthday with the launch of a product that crept under the radar and decided to take the spotlight, which may well surprise many of you, but you know how it is, you can’t keep a great product down. So we’ll Read more…

Eliminating Vaginal Odour

The vagina is an odourless organ of the body, but if your vagina is releasing an odour or an unhealthy smell, there has to be an explanation for this. Vaginal odour can be extremely unpleasant and embarrassing on many levels. Firstly, it is you who is creating this odour; secondly Read more…

The Great Wedding Guest Conundrum

Few social occasions are more likely to throw you into a sartorial tailspin than dressing for a wedding. Is knee-length your safest bet? Or should you throw caution to the wind in a midi-calf dress? Will the photographer mistake you for the bride if you turn up in white or 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…

Confessions Of A VH Addict

Addiction is in my blood, but in a family of junkies I was the one without a habit. Daddy gave up dialysis to spend more time in the pub. Mummy is hooked on smoking, shopping and risking skin cancer in the sun. My brother took the conventional route with sex, Read more…

Small Changes In Difficult Times

Nobody reaches adulthood without discovering that life is a rollercoaster. Sometimes we’re up – elated, overjoyed, beaming ear to ear. But unavoidably, we all face challenging times, facing sadness, grief, frustration, depression or simply fear. (Certainly, pick up any newspaper right now and the world can definitely feel quite scary.) Read more…

I Can See (My Computer) Clearly Now…

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. A secret which optometrists have apparently mostly been keeping to themselves. And a secret I’d never have been let in on if my friend Maggie hadn’t accidentally left her glasses on my desk recently. The temptation was too great, of Read more…

Healthy Scalp, Healthy Hair

We think nothing of putting a lot of effort, time, and money on cuts, highlights, blow dries, buying the latest shampoos conditioners and styling products. Anything to avoid the dreaded bad hair day. Yet as any trichologist or hairdresser will tell you, glossy, shiny, voluminous hair is borne of a Read more…
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