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26 November 2013 16:52
Give your skin a fighting chance this winter with these top skin care tips from facial therapist Amanda Elias, founder of skincare brand Bravura London (www.bravuralondon.com). 1 Leaving a dish of water near your radiator will act as a humidifier and help replace the moisture lost. Add a few drops of aromatherapy oils to fragrance your room at the same ...
26 November 2013 16:38
Stay looking your best whatever the weather brings Winter can be a tough on your skin. Changeable weather conditions and central heating can zap moisture levels leaving skin dry, dull, prone to sensitivity and can even make wrinkles looks worse than they actually are! It’s not all doom and gloom though as keeping your skin at its best is ...
20 November 2013 10:14
If we don’t get good hospital treatment, what do we do? Katherine Murphy, CEO of The Patients’ Association healthcare charity, has some advice The majority of people who receive care in an NHS hospital have a good experience and are grateful to those who cared for them. However, on occasions, things go wrong and people have concerns about something that ...
07 November 2013 16:58
Find out which of these anti-ageing powerhouses are worth their money Linda Sherwood, 61, Chatham tested…Murad Time Release Retinol Concentrate for Deep Wrinkles, £65/15mlThe claim: Contains fighting ingredients like Retinol to reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles, Matrixyl Synthe’6 to help rebuild collagen, plus Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramide-3 to maintain moisture. Linda’s verdict: I wasn’t at all impressed with the ...
18 October 2013 20:10
10 October 2013 15:59
You may notice your sight change as you get older. Finding it harder to read or drive at night are common problems as you age and they’re completely normal. “We all lose the flexibility to focus on things that are close up and might find it takes longer to adapt to changing lighting conditions,” says Dr Susan Blakeney. “But don’t ...
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