I was researching safe baby products and came across this website which also has specific Skincare for eczema
Hopefully it works and helps u all out there! :)
I've had no joy either, was a bit "computer says no" was told:
1) Non in stock
2) Scottish distributor do not post anything out you have to go there in person
3) No timescale as to when the new product will be available
Oh well :(
I think someone posted pic previously of holographic nail varnish I believe it is Layla Hologram Effect Nail Polish. I think salon geek Bry T sells them?
See swatches here: http://www.laylacosmetics.it/eventi.html#hologram
Google low glycemic load foods (NOT glycemic index!) I also have PCOS and found following low glycemic load diet, metformin and regular exercise helped me lose weight.
PCOS makes you insulin resistant hence the metformin helps and low glycemic load foods take less insulin to break down. :)
You need to look at low gylcemic load foods which works out how much insulin it takes to break down foods, basically anything with gylcemic load of 8-10 or less is good (NOT low GI as this is now out of date, a food with low GI may not necessarily be low on the Glycemin load) this helps with...
I've had Omnilux treatments and trained to use it in salons I've worked for very easy machine to use. I love Omnilux, feels like u are lying on the beach in the sun for 20mins (without the nasty side affects of UV lol!) it is a very intense red light but u get used to it very quickly, it also...
If you contact your local colleges in the first instance and see if they have any students who will be doing work experience as part of their beauty course.
Although I'm qualified in NVQ3 beauty (I do beauty evenings and weekends from home salon) I did my A1 assessors course through my day...
It is a nightmare when you go to all that trouble to arrange interviews/trade tests and they dont confirm or turn up!
You could try approaching colleges near by, speak to the beauty tutors and ask them if they have any "top NVQ3 students" they would reccommend to you (although the new...
Yes PRIORI AHA products are great for your skin type as they contain Lactic acid which will gently help to exfoliate your skin on a daily basis without being to harsh. (they also do a nice AHA scrub but I actually prefer the Vitage micro polish which is another brand under the Cosmeceuticals...
When I worked in a salon we had a self employed sports massage therapist and she's ridiculously busy (she is very good, thumbs of steel is what I call her lol!) she has a real passion for it and you can tell she really enjoys her job :)
We as therapists really used to help plug her business...