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The top 10 foods for healthy nails and hair

Keeping your hair and nails in the best condition isn’t just about taking care from the outside but also looking after your body with the nutrients you give it.

Keep reading to find out the top 10 foods for healthy nails and thicker hair.

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autumn skincare

You have to change up your wardrobe every season, so this shouldn’t it be the same for your skincare routine. In preparation for Autumn, we all start buying jumpers and coats, but very few people change their skincare routine to keep skin radiant as the weather cools down.

Here are our top tips on what you should be doing as the seasons’ change.

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holiday beauty essentials

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Holiday beauty essentials

Packing for a summer holiday can be hard thanks to the strict baggage allowance, we need a lot of multi-use beauty products and lightweight skincare to ensure you are beach ready. Read our Summer beauty essentials.

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virgin strawberry daiquiri

It isn’t summer without a refreshing drink, and we’ve put together some of our favourite summer mocktail recipes and even made them daytime friendly.

These are our recipes for healthy and happy skin. They all contain lots of ingredients that are good for your body and great for your skin, so you can enjoy your summer drink of choice, knowing you are treating your body at the same time.

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If you love it or hate it, Love Island has gripped the nation for the past month and even we can’t resist keeping up with #Jani and how loyal Georgia is! But Love Island has taught us a lot of things about beauty and hair, so we wanted to share them with you.

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Acne breakouts are a common problem for everyone of any age or gender. Breakouts not only include symptoms such as inflamed skin and red pimples and blemishes, as well as damage to self-esteem, but can also leave long-lasting scars and discolouration. Often these scars are a telltale sign that somebody has had a long battle with acne breakouts, with many wondering whether their skin will ever give them a break and heal properly. Luckily, there are many ways to not only prevent acne scarring, but also reduce and remove acne scars to leave your face looking bright and blemish-free once again.

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A recent study conducted by the British Journal of Dermatology has linked acne with an increased risk of depression. The study took place over two decades and found that acne patients are 63% more likely to develop depression compared to patients without acne.

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Suffering from skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis that cause your skin to itch can be frustrating for anybody, and chances are you’ve tried a variety of home and over-the-counter remedies to help relieve the problem.

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Acne is a skin problem that plagues people of all ages. If you’ve suffered from inconvenient acne breakouts, there’s a good chance you’ve already tried a variety of ways to get rid of these unsightly blemishes.

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The winter months can be full of and outdoor fun, but this season of frigid temperatures also dries out skin. The weather combined with the common problem of dry indoor air and the rich holiday foods can leave your skin looking dull and lifeless.

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Your closest encounter with an aloe vera plant may have been snipping off a bit and using it on a sunburn. But the gel of the aloe plant isn’t just good for soothing sunburns – it helps to maintain skin health, can provide relief for rashes, and help your skin heal from scarring and minor wounds.

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Collagen is the main component of skin and connective tissue – it forms up to 70% of both. The normal aging process starts to happen when collagen stores start to break down in our bodies. Collagen degradation usually starts in your thirties, but can happen faster or sooner due to environmental factors.

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Collagen is an ingredient in many supplements, including supplements for skin and joint health. Collagen is a key ingredient in connective tissue, which includes joints, skin and hair. But does it make a difference if you take it in pill or liquid form?

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Smoothies are much more than a passing fad, especially since those who drink them realize quickly that they are not just delicious, but a great way to get vitamins and minerals that you may not otherwise. But did you know adding certain ingredients to your smoothies can help with certain conditions? While doing so won’t cure them by any means, every little bit helps.

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As a bride-to-be, chances are you are following a skin care and beauty regimen starting well before your big day. Facials, proper exfoliating, moisturising – all of it helps. But the vast majority of that “bridal glow” comes from within.

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4 Tips to Care for Adult Eczema

Eczema is a difficult condition to live with. It can be painful, unsightly and will easily disrupt your quality of life if left unchecked. Also known as dermatitis, it is a condition in which the dryness of the skin makes it itchy, which leads to scratching that can worsen the condition.

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While curry is a simmered, delightful mix of a number of different spices, turmeric is responsible for its characteristic taste. Turmeric has been used in cultures around the world, particularly in India, as a culinary spice and for its purported health benefits.

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B-Complex Vitamins have recently been receiving attention in the dermatology and beauty industries, thanks to the many potential benefits of this family of vitamins. B-Complex Vitamins like Niacin, Biotin, B5, B12, and B6 have shown the potential to help maintain healthy hair and skin.

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Aloe Vera and Your Skin

The use of aloe vera for skin care treatments dates back to more than 6,000 years ago, originating in Egypt and Sudan, eventually making its way around the world. You may be familiar with it as a plant your mum kept around to rub on sunburns, but science is beginning to prove that mum was right.

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Spring is right around the corner, and with it comes the need for sun protection. While wearing sunscreen is the safest way to ensure your skin is protected, we’ve compiled a list of eight natural foods that also help to shield your skin from the sun.

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The cold can really take the glow out of your skin during the winter months. Being indoors in dry climates, the stresses of cold on the skin, and a lack of vitamin D are all culprits – but it is possible to make your skin spring-fresh after a long winter.

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Finding makeup that doesn’t irritate eczema or psoriasis can be daunting, and expensive. But it’s an exercise worth undertaking since conventional makeup contains many chemicals and other irritants that can make any skin condition worse.

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We all know that bad diet, not enough sleep, and unhealthy lifestyle choices can be bad for your skin. There are also some everyday behaviours, products and other items which can be bad for your skin. Awareness is half the battle, so let’s dive in.

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Acne is a universal problem for men and women – but there are some subtle differences in how it presents between men and women that deserve consideration for implementing the best treatment options.

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Collagen makes up the majority of protein in the human body and is a vital building block of many components of our bodies, including skin and joints. So what happens when the body stops producing as much of it as we need?

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Turmeric: The Indian Wonder Spice

People in East Asia, and particularly India, have been using turmeric both topically and in their diets not just for wellbeing, but to maintain beautiful skin and promote skin health. Turmeric, or as it is known in India, “haldi”, is a bright yellow root from the ginger family.

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