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Neutrogena Bright Boost Moisturizer SPF 30 Review

Thoughts on a couple of Neutrogena things that I finished. The clear empty bottle was full of vitamin C capsules. They are the Rapid Tone Repair 20% Vitamin C Serum. I love this format for travel... Visit CanadianBeauty.com to read the rest of this article.
Tags: Beauty, Skin Care, Neutrogena, Empties, Vitamin C Serum, Rapid Tone Repair


From gummy worms to snickerdoodles: Yotam Ottolenghi’s Halloween recipes

Sweet and savoury treats for the big night: black lime gummy worms, a deep-fried noodle snack with fried peanuts and curry leaves, and pumpkin spice cookiesFor anyone doing the sweet-sweep rounds next weekend, Halloween can feel more like trick and treat, rather than trick or treat. No sooner have our kids been plied with sweets than we try to trick them out of eating them. Or did Scrooge just come early to our house this year? Anyway, for 2021, I’m going to lean into making Halloween snacks ins...
Tags: Food, Halloween, UK, Snacks, Eggs, Life and style, Fruit, Baking, Indian food and drink, Dessert, Biscuits, Yotam Ottolenghi, Ocado Continue


I knew that was going to happen… The truth about premonitions

Uncanny and creepy, premonitions that turn out to be authentic can feel profound. But is there science to explain them?Around seven years ago, Garrett, was in a local Pizza Hut with his friends, having a day so ordinary that it is cumbersome to describe. He was 16 – or thereabouts – and had been told by teachers to go around nearby businesses and ask for gift vouchers that the school could use as prizes in a raffle. There were five other teenagers with Garrett, and they’d just finished speaking ...
Tags: Psychology, Health, England, Science, Life and style, Mental Health, Health & wellbeing, Garrett


I used to have a rewarding life, but now I feel stuck

You are in that scary place of not knowing how to be. But have faith, says Philippa PerryThe question I seem to have lost all momentum in my life and I don’t know what to do. Until a couple of years ago, I had a stressful but rewarding life working abroad and travelling. I had a long-distance relationship and friends around the world. Then my relationship broke up, my father died and Covid happened. Because of the pandemic my company limited my job to a desk-only role, and they are happy with th...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, COVID, Philippa PerryThe


What's your current skincare routine?

I’ve been using Biologique Recherche PIGM 400, Allies of Skin Vitamin C Serum, Sunday Riley UFO, and La-Roche Posay Anthelios SX Daily for SPF in the AM. Sometimes I use Fresh Deep Hydration Cream prior to the SPF. In the evening, I’ve been using Fresh’s Rose Hydration Serum or CosRX Snail... — Christine Join Discussion [Author: Christine]
Tags: Beauty, Christine, Weekly Features, Temptalia Asks You, Skin Vitamin C Serum, La Roche Posay Anthelios SX Daily


SSSS.DYNAZENON’s Girls Rocking Some Sexy Street Fashion for New Goods

Dedicated collectors who need every and anything related to SSSS.DYNAZENON will likely be interested in the recently surfaced pop up shop in Shinjuku, as the goods are decorated with special illustrations of three heroines in sexy street fashion, the attire alone sure to motivate fans into attending. The pretty Chise, Yume, and Mujina as they […]
Tags: Fashion, Marketing, Illustration, Shinjuku, Anime, Otaku, Anime Goods, SSSS Dynazenon, Chise Yume, Mujina


‘I was terrified’: the vet sterilizing Pablo Escobar’s cocaine hippos

The progeny of animals brought illegally to Colombia and kept in the drug lord’s private zoo must now be put on birth controlWhen Gina Paola Serna studied to become a biologist and veterinarian in Colombia, she never expected to one day be tasked with neutering an invasive herd of hippos that once belonged to Pablo Escobar.When they were smuggled into the drug lord’s private zoo in the 1980s, there were just four hippos. But in the 26 years since Escobar’s death, their numbers have steadily grow...
Tags: Animals, Environment, Americas, Life and style, World news, Colombia, Animal Welfare, Escobar, Pablo Escobar, Serna, Gina Paola Serna


Sunday Firesides: Do Your Part to Revive Tired Words

Tortilla chips made with “love.” (Though that likely isn’t among the top five emotions experienced by the worker who churns out those chips on the factory line.) Companies that refer to their employees as “family.” (Because dear kin will terminate your relationship without warning and give you fifteen minutes to pack your stuff and vacate the premises). Automakers that equate their vehicles with “freedom.” (Nevermind the shackles those monthly loan payments will burden you with). The corporate ...
Tags: Life, Habits, Character


My son seems to blame me for his anxiety. How can we reconnect?

You are trying so hard, but at 22 he needs you to take a step back so he can breatheMy 22-year-old son is about to start his third year of a four-year degree course, and he is living at home. He has always been quiet and introverted, but popular. Three years ago, when challenged by one of his sisters as to why he never tells us anything, he confided that he had been suffering from anxiety and feeling worthless. I felt sad for him, and powerless.We also discovered that he was smoking cannabis. I ...
Tags: Family, Life and style, Society, Mental Health, Depression, Health & wellbeing, Parents and parenting


Mismatch plates and hang art low: 18 ways to create a more beautiful home

Matt Gibberd, founder of high-end architectural estate agency The Modern House, shares his top tipsFor the past 16 years, I have spent my days nosing round other people’s homes like a design-obsessed basset hound. I have been granted access through hundreds of locked doors, perched on wobbly Windsor chairs, and taken tea in stylish studio flats, cleverly converted factories and even a working barge. Throughout all this, I’ve learned a lot. As The Modern House has grown, I’ve discovered that thes...
Tags: Design, Life and style, Architecture, Homes, Interiors, Modern House, Matt Gibberd


Jane Fonda on the climate fight: ‘The cure for despair is action’

Sometimes the only way to get attention is to break the rules. Fifty years after my first arrest, I’ve embraced being locked up in the name of the planet. As Cop26 nears, here’s why it’s time to rise up• The good fight: the climate activists risking everythingThe first time I was ever arrested, I was picked up for smuggling drugs into the US from Canada. They were vitamin pills, but that didn’t seem to matter to the police officer in Cleveland, who mentioned that his orders had come from the Nix...
Tags: Activism, Protest, Celebrity, Film, White House, Environment, US, Life and style, World news, Culture, Canada, Cleveland, National Security Agency, Environmental Activism, Jane Fonda, Nixon


Blind date: ‘We were still propping up the bar close to midnight’

Rebecca, 36, researcher, meets James, 28, primary school teacherRebecca on JamesWhat were you hoping for? A fun night out with someone lovely, and a heap of good wine. Continue reading...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, Rebecca, James


How to retrain your frazzled brain and find your focus again

Are you finding it harder than ever to concentrate? Don’t panic: these simple exercises will help you get your attention backPicture your day before you started to read this article. What did you do? In every single moment – getting out of bed, turning on a tap, flicking the kettle switch – your brain was blasted with information. Each second, the eyes will give the brain the equivalent of 10m bits (binary digits) of data. The ears will take in an orchestra of sound waves. Then there’s our thoug...
Tags: Psychology, Science, Life and style, Meditation, Mindfulness, Health & wellbeing, Coronavirus


10 of the best eco-friendly places to stay in Europe

These sustainable stays offer the chance to share mountain views with bears, sleep easy in a low-carbon hotel and wellness experiencesThe Holenberg forest is the gateway to the Maashorst nature reserve, a rewilding pioneer in North Brabant, home to roaming bison and Tauros – a project to revive the aurochs, an ancient European ox. Tucked away in the forest, among a rusty palette of trees, heather and wetlands, sits off-grid and self-sufficient Cabin Anna. From the linen to the recycled waste-pro...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Environment, Life and style, Health & wellbeing, City Breaks, Top 10s, Short breaks, Green travel, United Kingdom Holidays, Europe Holidays, Health And Fitness Holidays, Anna From, North Brabant, Holenberg



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