Skin Guide - Look Great
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|Healing lip balmIf your lips are cracked and painful, this extra-soothing balm will help heal them before you know i...|
|4 ways to reduce wrinkles28|
While you probably can’t erase your wrinkles completely, there’s plenty you can do to make them less noticeable.
|Foods for Better Skin26|
Add these foods to your diet for improved skin!
|Pawpaw: A Skincare Staple10|
Delicious in summer fruit salads, the humble pawpaw is also a multipurpose skincare staple. Lauren Carter investigates its rise as a modern-day beauty sensation.
|Pamper Yourself in 15 Minutes or Less10|
Try these four do-it-yourself beauty treatments, they fast, effective and cheap
|Tips for super silky skin9|
Your body reveals many things about you – how you think and feel, how much (or little) exercise you take and how well you look after yourself. Caring for your hands and feet, and making scented powders and massage oils, aren’t just extravagant indulgences – they are an important part of your self-esteem.
|Caring for your hands and neck8|
Along with the face, the earliest signs of ageing appear on the hands and neckline. A little care will protect these areas from the ravages of time
|DIY Foot Treatments6|
Pamper your tired tootsies with our eucalyptus foot lotion and strawberry foot scrub.
|Guide to skincare ingredients4|
Skincare ingredients such as retinol, niacin and peptides help prevent the signs of ageing by hydrating, smoothing wrinkles and promoting collagen production.
|Looking after your skin4|
Caring for your skin doesn’t have to involve expensive products or even much effort. Keep your skin looking young by avoiding skin wreckers and following this simple skincare routine.
|How to get your body ready for spring3|
Now’s the time to renew your body, so shake off the drying effects of winter and prep your body for spring!
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