Pregnancy-friendly products I swear by
Autumn skincare: how to keep the glow
Being pregnant is special. You’re growing a tiny little human miracle within you, feeling them grow every week and feeling their little movements within you.
But then they take away camembert, then they take away wine, coffee….
But worse still? Half of your beauty regimen.
I had a non-surgical nose job
The days are getting shorter, temperatures are dropping and the air is becoming drier. Autumn has officially arrived – about to wreak havoc from head to toe.
Blinded by beauty: The risks of Botox and fillers
The thought that you can get your ideal nose shape in under 15 minutes sounds impossible, but Dr Shirin Lakhani offers exactly that at her custom-made, immensely popular aesthetics clinic which is tucked away in Greenhithe, Kent.
ZO Skincare: The good, the bad and the peeling
We’re plumping and paralysing our faces for perfection in rapidly increasing numbers as appearance medicine goes mainstream – but the industry’s risky side is emerging, too.
Personalised vitamins? Could this be the way forward?
I visit Dr Shirin Lakhani at Elite Aesthetics and, as I always am when I see her, I'm completely taken aback by how glowing her skin is. Naturally I ask her with wide eyes what she’s using to look so radiant.
A vegan skincare range...that works!
As a self-confessed vitamin-obsessive, I can easily spend hundreds of pounds a month on different tablets and vitamins in a bid to keep any colds at bay, my skin soft and my body healthy and energetic. But I am the first to admit that my vitamin regime probably isn’t well refined, taking all of my health inspiration and tips from Google with the hope that they are doing some good to my body.
I tried Natural Cycles
’ve always been a great believer in the link between natural, high quality ingredients and health and wellbeing – whether that’s within food or skincare products. So, when I was approached by Arbonne UK to try some of the safest, most natural products around, I was intrigued to say the least.
How to practice self-care when you have no idea where to start
After six years of trusting the little rod-like implant in my arm, I decided that I was done with the chemical hormones being pumped into me every day and that it was time for a new cycle; a Natural Cycle.
Sometimes, looking after your most simple, human needs—the eye-roll inducing, obvious ones—is harder than it seems. And with self-care so often presented on social media as an act of pampering, it’s no wonder so many of us can get the true meaning of self-care twisted.