Why shouldn’t we smell nice!

Using Rose and Lavender as antiseptics As if life wasn’t boring enough, we are told to use non-perfumed skincare – in fact many manufacturers make a big thing of their products being ‘non-perfumed’. And how boring that gets! So why not use...

Coping with skin problems after cancer

Almost every cancer survivor has skin problems And Winter winds can make them worse. When you have cancer, skin problems seem to multiply.  Drugs we are on do no favours to our skin support system; scientists cheerfully tell us to expect the toxins in the treatments...

Your skin during and after cancer treatment

Skin is our largest organ, Reflecting changes in your health, cancer treatment can cause major changes, leaving you with nasties such as this pair of cracked painful feet – or rough, scaly, or flaking skin excessive itching gray or ashy-looking skin in people...

Hair

Hair is so important It’s our Crowning Glory, but when cancer comes, hair problems can be devasating.  It doesn’t matter which type of cancer we have, or what we are treated with, today’s cancer drugs are no friends to hair. Trying to restore shine to my...

Nakin helps my face

Cleanliness is all-important for your face Probably the most important thing you can do for your face is to keep it clean by using a good quality product to make sure you don’t strip all the protective oils off your face when doing this. Today, every company...

Skincare for Winter

Sleet hitting my face reminds me I need to up my skin care During Summer, apart from slapping on the Anthelios, I didn’t have to do much extra to my face.  But coming round the corner this week I was hit by a blast of wind and sleet, reminding me that frost will...
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