Healthy Magazine 165: The Beauty Issue


Healthy Magazine 165: The Beauty Issue
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Healthy Magazine 165: The Beauty Issue

Healthy Magazine 165: The Beauty Issue


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The nights are getting lighter and the days are getting warmer as Springs bring with it the warmth of sunnier skies, it’s the perfect time to rethink your routines and get ready for the summer ahead. In this issue of Healthy Magazine, we’re exploring the power of nature in your beauty regimes, how to make your bedroom a sanctuary of calm and how to start your wellness action plan.

Since the ban of microbeads beauty brands have had to get creative with natural alternatives for our exfoliators. Beauty experts Dr Toni Phillips and Benisha Williams explain the benefits of exfoliating and the eco upgrade, from left over coffee grounds to biodegradable wax beads.

With dresser tables doubling up as desks and bedrooms becoming offices and classrooms it’s easy to forget that this room should be a relaxing retreat for a peaceful slumber. Healthy caught up with Suzy Reading and Jayne Wallace to get some expert advice on optimising your space and clawing back some calm, we’ve also got some recommendations on natural sleep aids to support a good nights sleep.

Wellness is something we can all achieve, it should be inclusive and empowering, but sometimes it can feel a world away. So, how do you achieve wellness? It’s all about finding a balance that works for you. Our team of wellness experts share a guide to building your unique wellness action plan where they explore the key aspects to consider, how to recognise imbalances and how to fix them.

We’re also talking about:

  • 5 Ways to beat hay fever
  • Your brain on uncertainty
  • Spotlight on supps: Nootropics
  • The lowdown on germs
  • Feel good fitness
  • Just glow with Collagen

PLUS: Save over £120/€130 when you shop in Holland & Barrett stores with our EXCLUSIVE Healthy vouchers. WIN a spa break worth £1,100

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