Are you a busy woman? We’ve put together this handy guide that focuses on the quick and easy wins with your skin, makeup and hair, that will have you looking and feeling better in just a few minutes.
Among cancer therapies, chemotherapy drugs aim at destroying cancerous cells. However, as they do not act to selectively destroy cells, they also attack other cells, including skin, hair and nails. Nail problems that appear may be painful, and in some cases can even lead to infections which can become serious.
As George Burns used to say “You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.” The part of our body that often starts getting older first is our hands. The skin on this area is much thinner than other parts of the body. It is also more frequently exposed to chemicals, abrasives, detergents, and the elements. But there are a few things that you can do to stop your hands getting older before the rest of you does!
Lipstick defines your makeup look and there should always be at least one shade in every makeup bag. However, applying flawless lipstick can be tricky, making sure it lasts the distance is no walk in the park, and knowing the best shade for your skin tone can be another challenge! So how do makeup artists do it? Want to know what sneaky tricks they use? We reveal some amazing hacks that should be part of your daily routine!