More than a quarter of women are seeking greater transparency in what they put ‘on’ their skin, finds new research.
Ever wondered why you get breakouts in the same areas? I know I have.
It's good fun being a makeup artist, trying and using so many beautiful skincare products but for the past month to 6 weeks I've been having a problem with my skin. No matter how well I look after it, I've still been getting breakouts. I couldn't work it out, I use the most beautiful skincare products daily, I drink bottles of water a day.. I've even been going makeup free. But I found that I was breaking out down the left side of face. I went to the doctors convinced it was a side effect of my medication.. Apparently not.
I started to search the Internet for clues and came across this image.
It suddenly made perfect sense. I've been having problems with my stomach, constantly bloated and in pain. I was surprised to see that according to this image the area I have been breaking out indicates I have problems with my stomach!!
Surprised even more, now that my stomach problems are starting to calm down so are my breakouts.
It seems to be correct for me... Is it for you?
I am sure that we all remember having our very first tattoo.
Being told that it would be on our bodies forever and imagine how it would look when we were older. If you were anything like me at a young age then I am sure that you went straight ahead and had one anyway. You did not care about the warnings because in your head you were 100% sure that you would treasure your inked artwork forever. I do not know how long forever lasted for you but for me forever was a week. I hated the heart I had tattooed on my arm but lucky enough for me it could be covered up wearing certain clothing.
I say lucky for me because unlike my friend I never had the bright idea of having a skull tattoo on my neck. For my friend Rachel this has ruined her life. When she goes to job interviews she gets turned down because of this. Who wants to hire a lady to be secretary with a skull tattoo on her neck? From her experiences I would say no one. It really is a shame as she would be absolutely stunning if she were to wear a turtleneck at all times.
I think Rachel’s luck is finally in as we have just found out about London and Laser Tattoo Removal. PicoSure Tattoo Removal has been seen on channel 5’s, Spike TV’s Tattoo Disasters UK. As this is a faster and more effective way of removing tattoos’, it makes the whole process cheaper and will not require as many treatments to remove your unwanted ink. In only four sessions you can have your skin back to the way God/your Mother intended.
PicoSure even removes blues and greens and they have over 20 years experience in laser treatments. Both consultations and patch tests are free and finance is available. If you are regretting having a boyfriends/best friends name inked on your skin contact Pulse light clinic in London to discuss your options, prices range from 70 pounds and up.
Find out more information about Pulse Light Clinic: www.pulselightclinic.co.uk
Written by Hayley Sweeney