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We are what we eat


Here are a few tasty ingredients for a quick & easy meal that will give you lots of the vitamins you need so you will always ‘Look Healthy & Stay Healthy’

Salmon fillets – Vitamin D & Omega 3

Garlic – anti-inflammatory, strengthens immune system, cancer prevention

Olive Oil – change to Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Reduces risk of heart disease

Fresh Chopped Tomatoes – Vitamin C, Vitamin K

Finely Chopped Basil – Cleanses the skin from within


It is often recommended that you drink eight glasses of water per day. Here are some well researched facts about the health benefits of drinking water regularly.

Top 10 reasons for drinking water

However, it is also widely believed that infusing water with fresh fruit and vegetables also has health benefits. Popular combinations are: Cucumber & mint or Lemon & ginger for detox and weight loss. It is also believed to aid digestion, boost immune system and is good for the skin!

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Applying sun cream to protect your skin from UV rays will give you the best defence against premature ageing and skin pigmentation. If you apply Tancream every day, your skin will have a gradual natural glow whilst allowing your skin to breathe and is full of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients and enriched with conditioners to give a velvet soft finish.

Tancream ingredients:

Aqua, Dibutyl Adipate, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl Hexyl Benzoate, Dihydroxyacetone, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Distearyldimonium Chloride, Butylene Glycol, Octocrylene, Caramel, Troxerutin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Lecithin, Ethylhexylglycerin, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Hydroxide, Bis-PEG/PPG-20/5 PEG/PPG-20/5 Dimethicone, Methoxy PEG/PPG-25/4 Dimethicone.

A blend of Organic Sunscreens, Anti-oxidants, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-Ageing

Getting the best out of your skin from the outside-in!


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Next Stop – Hydration Station!

It's important to exfoliate

We have been nesting for some 9 weeks now (the big wigs at the met office tell us winter began on 21st December) and it certainly feels like 9 whole weeks doesn’t it?

Despite our hunkering-down nature at this time of year, our skin care can go awry!

We ask ourselves, why is it that we nourish our hair and skin all summer-long, yet when it comes to an equally taxing time of year we forget to?

Colder temperatures outside and the heating going hammer and tong inside can make for dry, itchy and irritated skin.

With news of colder climes about to hit the UK, we reveal exactly what you can do to keep our skin looking and feeling great through till Springtime!

It's important to exfoliate

1. Stay hydrated on the inside and out! Mayo Clinic state we should be drinking about 2.7 litres a day to stay healthy. Not only does drinking water flush out toxins – which then shows on our skin, it has also been known to boost your mood and is supposed to be good for weight loss too. Hand us a bottle of Evian! Here are our friends over at mindbodygreen’s 10 reasons why you should drink more water.

The sun's rays can be even stronger in winter

2. Wear SPF self-tan and instant bronzer daily to tackle pale, dry and sun-exposed skin. We seem to think that the sun’s rays in the winter aren’t as strong as in the summer. Wrong. In fact, they can be even stronger! Wearing an SPF every day is a really great way to prevent sun damage and perhaps worse. Huffington Post wrote a great article on this some 5 years ago, though old it has the main reasons why you ought to wear SPF daily.

Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate

3. Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate! It sounds counter productive doesn’t it? As we get older the process of cell regeneration slows down, meaning your skin can start to look dull and dry. By exfoliating once or twice a week, you can keep your skin looking healthy.

We’re determined to keep our skin in tip top condition until the warmer climes hit our island, so until then stay happy and healthy in your skin, and most of all stay sun safe!
Keen to know more? Business Insider launched their 6 winter skin tips this week: