Having varicose veins may increase the risk of a potentially serious condition known as deep vein thrombosis, a new study suggests.
The number of women opting for breast enhancement surgery went up last year but fewer men had their 'man boobs' reduced, say plastic surgeons.
By giving your hair a bit of TLC you can achieve healthy looking hair that’s strong, soft and shiny. We spoke to the experts for their top tips.
Some people have a natural mirror-like sheen to their hair, but whatever your hair type there's plenty of scope for shine.
It’s quite normal to have a selection of moisturisers, serums and blurring creams to keep the wrinkles at bay. So why not try the same tricks with your hair?
If you are dreaming of long, flowing locks, there are certain things you can do to encourage your hair to grow.
Tips to help you cope with heavy sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, including use of deodorants and antiperspirants.
Why is my nose red? Get answers from Dr Sheena Meredith.
Why does my sweat smell? Learn more from Dr Rob Hicks.
As if hot flushes, night sweats and mood swings aren't bad enough, many women experience thinning hair and hair loss when going through the menopause.
Dyeing, blow drying and straightening all have the potential to damage hair if done incorrectly. So how do you keep your locks looking healthy and lustrous?
Life doesn't stop while you deal with a cold, so what's the best way to look after your skin and make yourself look as human as possible until you've recovered?
Some lines and wrinkles are inevitable as we age, but it’s the deep mouth lines that can have a dramatic effect on the way we look.
Do you want to know the best anti-ageing secret ever? It’ll improve skin tone, get rid of dark circles under the eyes, and even better it’s free. You guessed it - sleep!
Around 1 in 4 people who trim or shave their pubic hair say they have injured themselves doing so, a study has revealed.
If you have sensitive skin certain ingredients or substances can cause your skin to react. Here are 10 possible irritants.
You may be wrongly self-diagnosing sensitive skin. It could be that the flare-ups or break-outs you experience are just temporary reactions to using products that your skin doesn't like.
There's no need to let sensitive skin affect your beauty regime. There's plenty you can do to limit irritation and find products that suit you.
Tests on some of the most popular sunscreens on the UK market have revealed one product that failed to live up to its marketing claims, according to a consumers' magazine.
Winter skin doesn't have to be dry and flaky. You may have fallen into the wrong routine without even realising it. By breaking the bad habits, your skin can be supple and moisturised despite the season.
Here are 7 top tips to keep time off your hands!
Skin lightening treatments can be effective but they can also be harmful. Get the facts.
Consultant dermatologist and spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation Dr Tamara Griffiths has answers to frequently asked questions about moisturising dry skin.
How long should you keep make-up? What are the risks if you keep cosmetics for too long? Get the answers here.
Summer brings lots of in-season fresh produce, including many natural beauty foods.
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