Check out the March newsletter, which is loaded with new product launches, health concerns and all the latest news. In the Press: India Knight writes about the Rainbow Volume S Brush (the magic brush!) in The Sunday Times (read here) and in YOU magazine Sarah Stacey recommends Cleanmarine Krill Oil For Kids for helping eczema. The O! Wow Brush and Dizzolve’It continue to fly out the door and the Read of the Day is Gill Meets Cassandra Brown of Fillerina.

VH Editorial Team

How To Tackle Childhood Eczema

A colleague’s eight-year-old daughter has dry, itchy eczema, a type that is very common in childhood, in the crook of her elbows and behind her knees. She recommends the following remedies… Use non-irritating, non-biological cleaning products, laundry liquid and soap. Try Read more…

March Newsletter

Welcome to the March newsletter where we launch some more pretty amazing products. We have a revolutionary, no–needle, dermo-cosmetic filler for at-home use, we follow through with a patented micro-current solution to puffy, tired eyes and I will then tell you about a really clever product that I wish I Read more…

Natural Remedies For The Relief Of Sinus Congestion & Sinusitis

A very high percentage of people suffer from sinus congestion and blocked sinuses every year. The medical term for this is sinusitis and is a condition where the sinuses become infected or inflamed. Sinuses are hollow spaces or cavities near the bones in the skull around the nasal passages. Each Read more…

How To Tackle Wee-Small-Hours Insomnia

Do you have sleep challenges? It’s hard enough for many of us to nod off in the first place, but even those who successfully drift off may find we’re waking between 3 and 5 am.  Often we can’t get back to sleep; if we do, it’s usually not restful slumber. Read more…

Gill meets Cassandra Brown

Fillerina has been hailed as the first dermo-cosmetic filler for at-home use; how and where did you come across this product? I came across Fillerina during a trip to Italy in July 2014; it was in a small pharmacy and I wanted to investigate further. The no-needle aspect intrigued me Read more…

The Holy Grail of Style

Over a decade covering fashion for a national newspaper has taught me many things: the importance of a winter coat wardrobe (more of which later), that no-one on the FROW does  blow-dried hair and bizarrely enough, how most fashion folk competitively underdress for the swankiest of parties. But as for Read more…

Feet on the Ground

At an Ayurvedic retreat in India recently, it was recommended that I walk on the grass barefoot. Later when I was wandering around the garden, post thunderstorm, it felt a tad awkward to discard my flip flops, but when I did, it felt so good. Surprisingly good in fact. The Read more…

VH Eats

‘A good cook is like a sorceress who dispenses happiness’ – Elsa Schiaparelli A couple of years ago, I released a section on our site called VH Eats, and as we are entering an ‘entertaining season’, I am re-publishing some of the recipes that we shared at that time.  Some Read more…

Post-Workout Beauty

Let’s just get one thing straight: I am not, and never have been, the sporty type. Not long ago I informed my husband that the very last words he was ever likely to hear coming out of my mouth are: ‘I’m going to run a 10k.’ So for once, this Read more…
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