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Wedding Beauty Countdown !

By TOP on 6th May 2022

Your Beautiful Wedding Countdown! Everything you need to do before your big day! Download Your Wedding Check-List Now window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-44c795b4-e4da-470f-bd64-b64a8d51b6be' })
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How Alcohol can affect our skin?

By TOP on 6th May 2022

How Alcohol can affect our skin Whether we have a regular glass of wine, the odd gin and tonic or tend to save these or other favourite drinks up for the weekend, the alcohol in all of them is absorbed into our blood within minutes of our first sip and begins quickly, to affect almost every cell and organ in our body, including our skin. Nobody is saying that we should never drink again, but to limit the damage to our skin, there are some basic facts that are well worth grasping. window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEM
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How our Menstrual Cycle affects our skin

By TOP on 6th May 2022

How Our Menstrual Cycle Affects Our Skin When we think of the term ‘pre-menstrual syndrome’, problems like anxiety, mood swings and feeling down probably spring to mind. Other issues such as poor concentration, changes in libido, headaches and bloating are also common problems that many women experience in the run up to menstruation.   window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-8dd2ac53-1be6-4c
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IBS

By TOP on 6th May 2022

IBS One of the issues with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), is that we need experienced and patient doctors to help diagnose the problem properly. This in part is because symptoms can vary from one person to another and may be worse for some people than others. It can, in other words, be a bit of a moving feast, meaning it takes patience and care to pin a diagnosis down.   Given that around one in five adults are affected by IBS, it is however definitely worth preserving if you feel you may be affected, not least becaus
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Anti-Pollution and Skin

By TOP on 4th May 2022

Anti-Pollution and Skin Our skin is the largest and most obvious organ of our body and is a hive of activity, 24-hours a day. Although only the top layer, the epidermis is on show, our skin also consists of several other layers, including the dermis, which sits just below.   One of our skins main roles is to act as a barrier, protecting us from both physical damage; like knocks and bumps as well as from pollutants in the air around us, which can seriously accelerate skin ageing.   The good news is that we can take proactive steps to
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Libido

By TOP on 4th May 2022

Libido Libido can be knocked off course for a myriad of emotional, psychological, and physical reasons. Feeling tired, sad, or anxious for instance or having raised blood pressure, poor circulation or a gain in weight can all leave our bodies not responding to the prospect of intimacy, in the ways they used to.   window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS = window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS || new Array(); window.SHOGUN_IMAGE_ELEMENTS.push({ hoverImage: '', uuid: 's-517ac64f-1ec8-4325-8884-d7837fb393d5' }) This
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The Sugar Rush

By TOP on 4th May 2022

The Sugar Rush An inevitable and familiar quick sugar-rush comes after eating foods rich in these added sugars. We all know that feeling after eating biscuits, cakes, sweets, puddings and pastries. A rapid buzz that leaves our brains craving more so that ‘one’ serving rarely feels enough. The fact that they provide few vitamins, minerals, super nutrients and fibres, means that while rich in energy (measured in calories), they give us little nutritional benefit.     window.SHOGUN_I
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Spring Clean

By TOP on 4th May 2022

Spring Clean If the idea of a ‘spring-clean’ detox conjures memories of splitting headaches brought on by super strict diet regimes and jettisoning caffeine, it is time to think again. A contemporary spring clean is not about surviving on salad for several weeks and eliminating all coffee and tea. Rather, it involves simultaneously supporting our detox organs while reducing the toxins’ we both put in, on, and expose our bodies to.   window.SHO
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Stress & Skin

By TOP on 4th May 2022

Stress & Anxiety When we find ourselves in stressful situations, our bodies release a cascade of hormones, starting with adrenaline. As adrenaline surges around our body, it increases our heart rate and directs blood to our brains and muscles. This helps us to make split second decisions about whether to fight or run from the cause of the stress. Quickly after, cortisol is released and has the effect of raising blood sugar levels to help sustain our reactions. window.SHOGUN_I
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