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Niacinamide: the brilliant all rounder that your skin will thank you for

October 19th 2020 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

This skin barrier-boosting ingredient that's also calming on breakouts comes with the dermatologist’s seal of approval. Here's why you need it and the best places to find it >>>

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Should you be taking a hair supplement?

October 16th 2020 / Ayesha Muttucumaru

They can help with everything from hair fall to dandruff and brittleness, but how to know one’s right for you? We asked the experts which vitamins and minerals to look for, for thicker, fuller hair >>>

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The best reed diffusers to scent your home

October 15th 2020 / Judy Johnson

Reed diffuser sales soared in lockdown – these are the ones we recommend investing in to keep your home smelling delightful >>>

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How to know if your skincare is worth the money

October 14th 2020 / Ingeborg van Lotringen

After more than 20 years experience of scouring ingredients' lists, beauty editor Ingeborg van Lotringen knows how to tell a good product from an average one. She lets us in on the secrets to avoid being ripped off >>>

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Why you need a body serum as well as moisturiser

October 14th 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Just like your face, your body deserves a multi-step skincare routine; enter body serums, designed to energise and revive dull and dry skin >>>

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Are we finally over the avocado?

October 13th 2020 / Rob Hobson

We’ve been quite literally toasting the success of the avocado in recent years but all is not quite as wholesome as it seems where the green brunch staple is concerned. Here’s why and five vegan alternatives to try according to a registered nutritionist >>>

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Best foods for perimenopause and menopause: what to eat in your 40s and beyond

October 12th 2020 / Jackie Lynch

Feel like you've been hijacked by hormonal changes? Nutritional therapist and menopause specialist Jackie Lynch explains which foods to eat to ease your symptoms >>>

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Why trampolining could be the most effective at-home exercise

October 9th 2020

Tired of endless burpees, squats and planks? A rebounder could be the answer to all your home workout woes. Here's why and the online workouts to try >>>

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Hair masks for damaged hair that really make a difference

October 7th 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Hair looking straggly rather than swishy? Treat your locks to these hair masks to breathe new life into dull, brittle or bleached hair >>>

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We’re calling it, hot brushes are the future of styling for sleek, bouncy hair

September 30th 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Salon-worthy blow-dries without the price-tag and lengthy appointments? A hot brush or hot air styler is all you need >>>

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Acne, rosacea, eczema, sensitivity: is your skin issue actually caused by your gut?

September 28th 2020 / Carla Oates

Gut health expert and founder of wellness brand The Beauty Chef, Carla Oates, explains the power of the gut-skin connection and why good gut health can be the missing piece of the puzzle for problem skin >>>

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Is nettle venom cream the new vegan Botox?

September 25th 2020 / Victoria Woodhall

Facialist to celebs and royals Deborah Mitchell is famous for her line-smoothing Bee Venom Mask, made with the stings of workers bees. Will her vegan Nettle Venom cream sting away you frown lines too? We tried it >>>

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Lipoedema: the 'heavy legs condition more than 10% of women have

September 23rd 2020 / Melanie Macleod

It causes thick, heavy legs, can dramatically affect your self-confidence and many of us don't know we have it. Now Love Island’s Shaughna Phillips has gone public about lipoedema, throwing the condition into the spotlight. Three women tell us what it living with it feels like >>>

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Are you a sucker for skincare switching?

September 21st 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Nothing beats the excitement of a new product but if your shelfie looks even slightly like this, it could be the cause of your skin issues. Dr Sam Bunting explains the rise of product hopping and how to proceed with caution >>>

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Why it's totally normal to feel uneasy wearing a mask

September 18th 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Mask anxiety is a real condition according to mental health experts and it's more common than you think. Try these 7 ways to feel better in your face covering >>>

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What happens to a busy control freak on a meditation retreat?

September 14th 2020 / Victoria Woodhall

Will Williams, has taught hundreds of people to meditate from Kate Winslet to Take That. We sent GTG editor Victoria Woodhall, and her inner control freak, on his weekend retreat. Boy did she need it – and probably so do you >>>

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The reasons why so many women are suffering from IBS

September 14th 2020 / Anna Hunter

There's been a spike in people contacting IBS helplines since lockdown and women account for two thirds of IBS cases in the UK; leading doctor Rangan Chatterjee thinks he knows why. Here’s how to get to the root of digestive issues and ensure you’re taken seriously at the GP’s >>>

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5 areas of our bodies we’re all guilty of neglecting – and how to give them some TLC

September 9th 2020 / Abigail James

Our elbows, eyelids and rear-ends need love too, says skin expert Abigail James. Here's how to treat them >>>

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The cream that's here to brighten post-summer skin

September 5th 2020

If you're looking to banish pigmentation and dark patches for a brighter more even complexion, Skin Doctors has a powerful solution >>>

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The health checks to book in for (even if you think you’re healthy)

September 3rd 2020 / Anna Hunter

The notion of a general check-up has become old fashioned (in Britain at least) but there are some health checks you should never skip, even if you feel fighting fit. There are also a couple you might not need to bother with… >>>

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How to do a post-summer healthy habits reset

September 1st 2020 / Susannah Taylor

Had a great summer but feeling a tad unhealthy right now? Nutritionist James Collins says the key to finding your healthy feet again is to start a ‘transition period’ (aka ‘time to reign it in’). Susannah Taylor gets on board   >>>

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What it's like to lose your hair as a young woman of 24

August 27th 2020 / Lauren Clark

Journalist Lauren Clark first noticed her hair clogging the plughole in her mid-twenties and was devastated. She eventually found solutions - but looking at Instagram wasn't one of them!. Here's what worked for her >>>

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Hooded eyes: what can you really do about them?

August 23rd 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Seeing ourselves on Zoom and in face masks has made us more conscious of droopy eyelids, and has lead to a spike in search for treatments and tools. Here's what the pros recommend >>>

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Fruit beauty: our pick of the fun to use fruit-infused skincare

August 22nd 2020 / Melanie Macleod

Our skincare regime is starting to resemble a fruit salad with strawberry, pineapple and cherry popping up in the ingredients list, but what does each of them do? >>>

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How to work bold face-framing highlights at any age

August 20th 2020 / Melanie Macleod

A middle parting and a chunk of contrasting colour around the face - it's a look that's back from the Nineties and this time it's flattering for everyone >>>

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