Sunglasses Revolution – Maui Jim

I’ve never owned a pair of designer sunglasses. I’ve always found frames that I like for under £20 and so the thought of spending £100+ on a pair of sunglasses made me feel uneasy. I never really understood why people did it. I always presumed it was merely a fashion statement.Maui Jim changed this for me. They not only informed me of the dangers of owning a cheap pair of glasses ( link) but also showed me the health benefits that a decent pair of glasses can bring. I now see sunglasses more as an investment piece; essential for safely…

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Skin Doc: Hair Inhibitor

‘Skin Doctors’ work miracles on the skin but now they’re working miracles in the hair department. The leg hair department to be more exact.After erasing our spots, minimising our pores and keeping our skin silky smooth, ‘Skin Doctors’ are now promising to reduce hair re-growth.The ‘Skin Doctors Hair No More Inhibitor Spray’ contains all natural herbal extracts so you can be sure your skin won’t feel irritated after use. The product aims to reduce hair re-growth. The spray saturates the hair follicle, starving the hair of the nutrients it needs. Hair will thus grow back finer and sparser. After using for…

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Top Tanning Tips

With all the glorious weather that the UK has been experiencing in the recent weeks, the chances are you might have picked up a bit of a tan. However, if you’re like me and can’t tan or have been working indoors, you might be feeling a little left out. Luckily, it’s possible to add a little colour and if you’re careful, you won’t end up doing your best Oompa Loompa impression! Despite how easy the ads make it look, tanning is hard to get right first time. Both before and in the days after you tan remember to exfoliate and…

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Skin care awareness

Let’s be honest, we’ve all been burnt in summer and had to walk round with a pink or red glow. We’ve all peeled, had blisters or felt sore and it’s most likely we’ve let it happen more than once. Once the redness disappears it looks as though the skin has healed however the damage is everlasting – just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not there. Over exposure to the sun ages our skin. Not straight away, but it speeds up the process. It also puts skin blemishes, such as moles at risk from developing into cancer, so not…

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