Are you looking for a simple yet effective programme to get gorgeously glowing brighter skin?
Keep skin glowing through the darker months with five tricks you HAVEN’T heard before…
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While food allergies are seemingly rare, food intolerances are much more common and widespread. A recent study found that one in five adults in the UK report suffering from a food intolerance. So, what's the difference between allergies and intolerances, and how do you know if you have one?
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As awareness about nutrition, environmental issues and animal welfare gains more momentum, so too does the number of people choosing to go dairy-free. This could be for ethical reasons, lactose intolerance or purely for their own health gains.
There’s no denying that when we end up grabbing salty, processed takeaway food instead of eating a balanced nourishing diet, it shows in our skin.
While there’s nothing you can do about your age, genetics or hormones when it comes to your hair growth and quality, what you eat is one of the few things you do have control over! If you’re wanting the shiniest, strongest and most volume hair on your wedding day, then take a gander through our food tips below!
This is your skin prescription for flawless, glowing, radiant, smooth, supple, and beautiful skin.
Glowing youthful skin is what I get asked about all the time, so here is a post all about SKIN!
If your skin feels tight, rough and looks flaky, doesn’t it make sense to slather on an oil-rich moisturizer? Not necessarily. First, you need to determine whether your skin is truly dry or simply dehydrated. Dry skin doesn’t produce enough oils (lipids), whereas dehydrated skin lacks water or moisture. The cause of truly dry skin is genetic – it’s a skin “type.” Dehydration is a condition caused by outside factors. It’s important to understand the difference between the two because you can worsen your skin by using the wrong products.
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Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!