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Protect your face with a daily SPF

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Skin has many enemies in today’s world, from diet to lack of sleep to stress. However pollution in many of our cities is now so bad that it has arguably become enemy no.1. The other big enemy, the one that will turn your skin to leather or give you patches of dark pigmentation, is the sun. Now a little sun …

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How to protect your skin from pollution

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Millions of us live in cities and big towns and air pollution is such a part of our lives that we don’t even think about it. We’re all so used to fumes spewing out of traffic, planes and industrial sites that it’s just part of the fabric of our lives. However pollution is not to be underestimated. It’s a killer. …

My Platinum Award Favourites

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I had a great time in September being a judge at the Platinum Awards (founded by Janey Lee Grace). I was given a whole bunch of diverse products in all kinds of categories and found some surprising and wonderful treats. Here are the ones that I absolutely loved and that are now stocked in my cupboard. Infuse MY Colour – …

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My First Laser Treatment

Glynis Barber Beauty, Treatments 3 Comments

I’m a bit of a baby when it comes to skin treatments. I like organic natural products, gentle treatments and I don’t like pain. And I especially don’t like downtime. I mean who has time for downtime? Downtime makes me nervous. What if the swelling, redness or bruising is really bad and takes weeks to go back to normal? What if …

The Best Moisturisers with an SPF

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Every dermatologist I’ve ever spoken to is adamant that we should all be wearing an SPF all year round. I did this for many years but in recent years I must confess I’ve let it slide. I mean I live in England for heavens’ sake. The winter is long and the skies are too often grey. And what about this …