Check out the May newsletter where we launch The Boost, the amazing LED mask; we do ‘recreational skincare’ with We Are Wild and we take a look at Blooming Blends, the tinctures that deal with our emotional needs. There is a new Garden of Wisdom launch, Pore Cleaning Powder, which lives up to its name, three new products from QRx Labs and a rather fabulous product from Ful.Vic.Health, Fulvic Acid Nail Cream.  We then do all the news and feedback and do check out some rather powerful feature articles. The read of the day is Everything You Need To Know About Light Therapy by Louise Whitbread.

VH Editorial Team

Shabir And Trinny On Sleep

Sleep is a huge topic and with new research suggesting that the average Brit regularly survives on less than six hours of sleep a night and catching up, it’s safe to say that it’s an issue that we have all struggled with at some point or Read more…

May Newsletter

Hello, and suddenly it is the May newsletter where I have so much to write about my head has started to spin before I even begin. I apologise in advance because I know this is going to be a long one (as if they aren’t long Read more…

The Problem With Sunscreens

Sunscreens are unique skincare products; we are supposed to apply a thick coat over large areas of our face and body and subsequently re-apply often dependant on time and our activity. It follows that the ingredients within sunscreens should be non-irritating and should be able to Read more…

Could Crosswords Boost Your Brain?

For years, Sudoku has been hailed a way to help fend off dementia and a recent study has consolidated this idea. Researchers at King’s College London and the University of Exeter found that those who regularly do crosswords and number puzzles have healthier cognitive functions. “We’ve Read more…

Everything You Need to Know About LED Light Therapy

Light-emitting diode therapy (or LED for short) is nothing new. Having long been used in professional treatments, the benefits of LED for acne-prone, rosacea-ridden, discoloured, dull and ageing skin come with regular use. While this might deliver great results, it has previously been a costly and Read more…

The Beauty of Imperfection

I never fail to be tickled by some Japanese expressions. To date, Irusu which means pretending to be out when someone knocks at your door or Shinrin-Yoku which means visiting a forest for relaxation and to improve your health or yup, quite literally, forest-bathing. But possibly Read more…

Owning The Room

If you’d told me as a young woman that one day, I would be able to stand in front of an audience of 14,500 women, deliver a keynote speech and love every single minute of the experience, I’d have laughed in your face. Public speaking? I’d Read more…

How To Create A Skin-Friendly Environment

Even when you’re doing everything ‘right’ for sensitive skin – calming creams, no perfume – it can still act touchy. As many as 40% of women who apply to become testers for our Beauty Bible Awards self-identify as having sensitive skin. But the truth is, it Read more…

What I’ve Learnt From 14 Years Of Living With IBS

Living with IBS comes with a wealth of emotions. Before I was diagnosed I felt embarrassed, confused and disgusted at my body. Immediately after my diagnosis I felt relieved that what my body was experiencing had a name, but I still felt frustrated and isolated. Nobody Read more…
 
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