Skin is the biggest organ in the body and a vital defence against invading infections, pollutants and stressors from the outside world.
For someone who regularly posts to social channels, such as Instagram, it’s taken lockdown for me to realise that I quite like my bare face.
Right at the very start of lockdown, I tried to buy hairdressing scissors because I have a fringe that grows and grows but I clearly wasn’t the only one with the foresight because, other than the m
Like most industries, social media has taken a big hit thanks to lock-down and Covid 19 in general.
When repeated intensive hand washing became mandatory in March, a friend phoned me in distress about her very dry hands, which had become red, chapped and sore.
Poor, poor hands. Have they ever taken such a battering?
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With the sparkling joy of festive markets, New Year celebrations and Glühwein now over, it’s time to dress up in your winter coat, your fabulous scarf, pull on those wellies and embrace win
It used to be so easy: slap on any old rainbow colours, all the shimmer you like, get away without wearing any foundation because your skin’s naturally lovely (barring the odd blemish).
If you’ve ever examined your skin up close in the bathroom mirror and spotted small white bumps, dotted under your eyes or across your cheeks, that won’t pop despite your many attempts, you may hav
The appetite for natural beauty has grown exponentially in 2019, and there’s zero sign of it slowing down.
With the turn in temperature comes a dial-up of central heating in our workplaces, homes and social settings.