Sun

  • Avoiding summer hair damage

    Each year, when summer comes round, some of the best things it brings – sunshine, trips to the pool and to the seaside – also have a downside: they can...

  • Spring into the new season

    We've had the spring equinox and spring is officially with us; the days are getting longer, the birds are nesting, gardens are bursting with life, and everywhere is brighter and...

  • Your skin's worst enemies

    Internal and external, personal and social, a range of factors affects how your skin ages. But many of these factors are lifestyle choices and in at least some of the...

  • First aid for summer-damaged hair

    Summer sunshine may be good for the spirit, but it isn't always so good for the body. In particular, unless you usually have greasy hair, the chances are that your...

  • Care for your cleavage

    'If you've got it, flaunt it,' they say, but the skin on your cleavage and neckline needs special care if you want it to be seen at its best.Even when...

  • Summer hair care

    In recent years, we've become hyper-sensitive about using sun lotion, creams and moisturisers and generally taking good care of our skin, but we don't tend to lavish so much attention...

  • Post-holiday skin rescue plan

    You've just arrived back from that holiday in the sun! You're looking good and feeling relaxed, but what with the drying effects of the sea and exposure to the sun...
  • Summer loving for your skin

    Beautiful sunny days lift the spirits and make us all feel happier and more positive. But the downside is the risk to skin of ageing and skin cancer – we...
  • Sunprotection: the facts

    We now have more cases of skin cancer than Australia, so it's clear the message about safe sun just isn't getting across. To help you make sense of the advice...
  • Treat the slopes like the seaside

    Celebrity fans of skiing are legion, from our own royal family to Hollywood royalty such as Harrison Ford. But it's time to treat the slopes like the seaside, says a...
  • Health: Walk on the sunny side

    We've all – hopefully – learned enough about the risks of skin cancer and premature visible ageing to be able to practice 'safe sun' (you only have to look at...
  • Health: Keep eyes shining bright

    Victoria Beckham and Kate Moss are renowned for their trendsetting taste in sunnies. Let's hope they apply the same good sense to their children. The fluids, lens and cornea are...

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