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In The Telegraph Lisa Armstrong declares love for Vitamin C Paste by LixirSkin, High Adherence Silicone Primer and Photography Fluid 12%. Victoria does the lowdown on all things Retinol in her article ‘Retinol: What Is It and What Are The Skincare Benefits‘. The January newsletter has been released where we take a look at various health concerns and self-care is top of the agenda; the top three bestselling products from the newsletter are Magnesium + , Benenox – Overnight Recharge and Fabulous Skin.  The read of the day is The Pros and Cons of Going Vegan.

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The Pros And Cons Of Going Vegan

There might have been a time when vegans were few and far between, and some might have considered them as tree-hugging, lentil-loving hippies. But that time has well and truly passed. Over the past couple of years, the popularity of veganism has skyrocketed. Last year, The Vegan Society and Vegan Read more…

January Newsletter

Hello and welcome to 2018 and the January newsletter; I was ever so tempted to make this the first-ever non-product related newsletter because there are so many things that I want to write about other than products. So this is what we are going to do; I am mostly going Read more…

How To Tackle Low Mood

There are hundreds of thousands of people taking mood elevating drugs to tackle the symptoms of low mood and yet there have always been questions asked about whether mood elevating drugs actually work. Aside from whether this class of drugs work or are effective at all, the other question often Read more…

The Natural Remedy To Help Ease Colic

Q: Is There Anything Natural To Help A Colicky Crying Baby? A: Some evidence points to targeted probiotics being helpful in this common condition. A recent article in The Journal of Pediatrics says ‘a sudden explosion of studies’ indicate that an imbalance of bacteria in the infant’s gut may lead to Read more…

28,000 Retweets Later: Letting Go and Looking Forward

Looking back over the past twelve months I can safely say that 2017 ended up being one of the most challenging years I can remember and sadly I know I am not the only one who feels this way. Like many of you, I have lost loved ones, there have Read more…

Lightness

As I dive into another scorched almond/slice of panetone/lebekuchen for the 26th day on the trot, it’s tempting to think of the good a large dose of Magnesium Citrate might do me right now. Possibly we could all do with feeling a little lighter currently, especially after a December (okay Read more…

Big Head

It started with my tubercular toe. But let’s not start at the very beginning; often a bad place to start. This week it started with the fat lady who fell on top of me; somewhere between sexual assault and attempted murder. It could have happened to anyone; but it happened Read more…

8 Good Reasons To Give Up Uber – And Why You Never Will

It lies. Not big little lies, but big, big lies. Like concealing for a year that hackers stole data from 57 million riders and drivers. (You could be one of them). Then paying $100,000 in ransom for the stolen information to be destroyed. It’s been uber bad before. A crooked Read more…

Never Too Late To Learn

Hands up who hated school? I’m rather anticipating a sea of hands, here – but mine will probably be the most eager, the one reaching most determinedly sky-wards – because pretty much as soon as I’d learned to read, I was over mine. Upshot is I left at 16 with Read more…

Embracing January

Once all the partying of Christmas and New Year is over it’s so easy to go into a slump or into guilt mode and start on a rigid regime whether that involves dieting, exercising or making resolutions. Going from one extreme to another seems to be a natural response to Read more…

Gill Meets Colette Haydon

What is your background? I am a doctor in dermo-pharmacy.  I am passionate about the skin and formulating skincare. Over 20 years ago I set up a laboratory in London called Elixir de Beaute.  Together with my team, I formulated hundreds of products for many of the most coveted beauty Read more…

Winter Warmers

For once, we’ve had a ‘proper’ winter. Plenty of blue skies, sub-zero temperatures – and snow, across much of the country. (To do battle with, once the childish thrill’s worn off.) Jo – as you may have read in her editorial last month – loves the cold. But even she Read more…
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