Monthly Archives: November 2014
This is a totally non-PC message, and NOT to be followed. But those of us who have had cancer realise that if we didn’t laugh at all the black humour that crops up – WE’D GIVE UP!
PLEASE don’t read on if you are of a nervous disposition.
Adding a few simple rules to sensible care
= younger-looking skin
A recent survey showed living in the countryside means less pollution – and concluded this is better for our skin. But what can those of us who have to live in towns and cities do to protect our skin?
Actually, looking at cousins who live in the country, I really don’t envy them their skin. They may have less pollution, cleaner air, etc. but if you don’t take care of your skin (and it seems often they don’t) you will end up with wrinkles, pasty skin etc. Continue reading
What is it about the drugs ‘they’ put us on, that gives us straw hair? I was getting fed up with my thatch (It’s all right for Boris, but not for me thank you). Then a friend told me about Jãsön.
It’s a shampoo and matching conditioner – and it’s working a treat! At last I can brush my hair, without despairing of the way it won’t settle down. I can even bear to look in the mirror and actually see a shine – unexpected bliss! Continue reading