The drop in temperature has some perks, such as cosying up and drinking hot chocolates galore. But it can also leave skin feeling drier than the Sahara. Get your hydration hit with these new kids on the block: this NEW Liz Earle Hydrating Cream Mask is packed with shea butter to help keep skin baby-soft. Slather on NEW Clinique Moisture Surge Intense 72H Lipid-Replenishing Hydrator. This moisturiser doesn’t mess around, keeping skin continuously hydrated for 72 hours – even after washing your face. And help prevent your foundation from cracking by layering NEW Huda Beauty Water Jelly Hydrating Primer underneath. It gives your complexion the perfect texture, so your base stays in place all day. Now go forth and be dewy!
Whether you raise money by growing a ‘tache (or sticking a fake one on); running or walking 60km this month (in honour of the 60 men lost to suicide globally every hour); hosting an event (virtual or in person); or going off-piste and doing your own thing; there’s no doubt this is a crucial month in the men’s health calendar. So round up your Mo Bros and your Mo Sisters and do your bit this Movember to ensure that important work can continue for male mental health and suicide prevention, prostate and testicular cancer.
If, like us, you’re obsessed with watching endless re-runs of Friends (it just never seems to get old!), then you won’t be surprised that Jennifer Aniston has been named the biggest ‘hair crush’ among women. Yep, it’s over 25 years since her iconic ‘Rachel cut’ was copied by millions! And it’s not hard to understand why: her classic honey blonde, mid-length, tapered layers-around-the-face look is strong, timeless and super-flattering. *Books immediate hair appointment*
Getting niggles in your back, head and joints? Well, don’t just blame it on getting older! A third of Brits have been experiencing increased pain during the last six months, according to a a Nurofen survey, with 50% blaming it on stress and 25% attributing it to a poor office or workstation set-up at home. The ouch-factor top five?
1. Back Pain (36%)
2. Headaches (34%)
3. Joint pain (27%)
4. Neck ache (26%)
5. Muscle pain (24%)
The moral of the story? Don’t spend your days wincing/grunting every time you move: speak to your pharmacist or GP ASAP if you have an ache that’s not going away. Plus we’ve got some great insider tips about soothing those working from home woes . You’re welcome.