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Skincare

  • Affordable French skincare for va-va-voom glow

    We've unearthed eight French pharmacy brands with that certain je ne sais quoi. Here's your passport to a natural glow a la Marion Cotillard... and the best bit? It won't break the bank.

  • Skincare SOS: your winter essentials

    Zoom close-ups making you wince? Cold winter days and dry central heating are playing havoc with our skin. Try these hero products for a dose of much-needed hydration.

  • 9 divine bath oils for a long soak

    We've put Blue Monday behind us. I think that calls for a relaxing bath, don't you? Here's how to make your evening soak more luxurious than ever.

  • Veganuary: The beauty edit

    Want to do Veganuary without giving up cheese and chocolate? Here's your loophole: go vegan with your beauty routine instead with these eight kind-to-animals brands.

  • How to give yourself a DIY facial at home

    With salons closed until December, we're retreating to our own bathrooms for a stress-busting DIY facial treatment. Fluffy white robe and cucumber slices optional.

  • The ultimate skin detox

    For a facial that really gets results, Skinsmith's signature detox microdermabraison facial is the business. It's quick too.

  • Best hand creams

    A little mood-boosting treat is something we all need right now, I reckon. A dollop of luxe hand cream seems a rather good place to start.

  • Secrets revealed: how to make lotions and potions

    If you want to know exactly what goes into your skin care products, try making your own. Muddy enrolled in a course with Surrey-based brand Naturally Thinking to find out how it's done.

  • The super facial

    A super facial that reduces fine lines, wrinkles, scarring and redness? It sounds too good to be true - but the Dermapen Fractional Million Makeover ticks those boxes and more. Here's our review.

  • Going under the knife

    Dermaplaning involves removing dead skin cells and tiny facial hairs - with a scalpel. It may sound scary, but it's not at all says Muddy's Amy Dudgeon.

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