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How to avoid sore, chapped, winter lips

Winter and the cold windy conditions can play havoc with your skin, the wind, rain and differing temperatures can leave your skin dry, dehydrated and lack lustre. And the most commonly effected area? The lips. During the winter months the skin around the lips can become dry and chapped resulting in the skin actually splitting and bleeding. This condition not only looks less than desirable but can also be extremely sore! Avoiding this is by far the best course of action and the first place to start is during your morning teeth brushing. Take your tooth brush (whilst it’s still dry) and gently brush over...

Top tips for beautiful eyes

It is said that they eyes are the windows to the soul, and this is one of many reasons to make them sparkle and shine, following the below beauty advice will make the most of those precious peepers and give you the bright eyes you’ve always wanted. ALWAYS remove your eye make up before bed, it’s so hard when all you want to do is fall into bed but make up left on the skin can cause dehydration, irritation and premature aging. A good gentle eye make up remover should be use and gentle swept across the eyes (not scrubbed!). Use a good hydrating eye...

Beauty Tips – removing stubborn nail polish

Tis the season where we all like to apply the bright coloured glittery nail polishes ready for the Xmas parties however it’s only when you want to remove it that you realise its not budging for love nor money! The polishes that contain high amounts of glitter are usually little bits of coloured foil, therefore after a couple of coats you effectively have a metal coating over the nail bed. It can be tempting to pick at the polish and try to remove it chip by chip but in doing this you can damage your nails and make them peel. Stronger nail polish remover can...

Effective Skin Care Treatments

Maintaining the health and beauty of your skin is a top requirement for anybody interested in looking and feeling good. It can also be a complicated process, which requires dedication and discipline if you hope to maintain good, healthy skin in later periods of your life. Some of the requirements involve the way you live your life; the food you eat, the level of activity you engage in, and the amount of sunlight you are exposed to (both on a regular and non-regular basis), while others involve the types of products your use; bath salts and lotions, skin creams, ex-foliating gels, and more general treatments....