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Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids
Coconut Oil
Effects of the sun - Are you playing 'solar roulette'?
Fact or Fallacy?
Genetically Modified Organisms - GMO's (Coming soon)
High protein diets are good for you. Or are they? (Coming soon)
Know your fats - it could be life changing!
Ketones - all you need to know! (Coming soon)
Make-up - Tips & tricks
Poisonous protein - Botox uncovered
RDA vs ODI - Survive or Thrive!!!
The Peel Appeal - chemical peels
The Power of Antioxidants
Tissue Salts - how to analyse your face
To Take or not to take - vitamins for life (Coming soon)
What is the H factor - homeocysteine
Wrinkle fillers - know what they're injecting


The H Factor

A high homocysteine level puts you at greater risk of cardio-vascular disease than cholesterol does! In fact, high Homocysteine levels have been linked to over 100 diseases including: Alzheimer's, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, strokes, cholesterol, depression, premature or accelerated ageing, obesity, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, diabetes, penile erection dysfunction, headaches, CFS, infertility problems, thyroid problems and ulcers.
Homocysteine is an amino acid produced by your body as it breaks down protein during the process of methylation . . . More

The Peel Appeal

Facial peels are a talking point in beauty these days. From micro-dermabrasion to glycolic acid facials, extreme exfoliation has arrived, and it looks like it is here to stay.
First, we need to understand exactly what a facial peel is, and how they work. Typically composed of either an organic substance such as sodium chloride, or a chemical like glycolic acid, facial peels are super-exfoliators . . . More

Rolling back the years

MT Microneedling: An obvious advantage with this procedure is the fact that the epidermis - the protective layer of the skin - is preserved. While it takes 4-6 weeks for new collagen synthesis and about 4-6 months for the full effect of the treatments to be obtained, immediate results are seen. The common response by clients after the initial treatment is that their skin has a glow and dehydration lines disappear. The skin appears plumper and women often wear less make-up as texture and colouring improves dramatically. Monthly treatments are recommended as the skin has a memory and will seek to return to its previous state . . . More