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Liz Earle Wellbeing

January/February 2019

Feeling fabulous has never been so easy with this bi-monthly lifestyle magazine, packed with fresh ideas to look good and feel even better from Liz Earle, a leading British beauty and wellbeing expert. Liz Earle Wellbeing brings you the very best in feel-good food and natural vitality featuring good-for-you ingredients and favourite family recipes including organic, gluten- and dairy-free options. You’ll also find a wealth of Liz’s trusted beauty and natural health advice to revive and restore inner wellbeing and outer radiance, plus great craft and lifestyle ideas to make every house a welcoming home.

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Liz Earle Associated Productions limited
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hello and welcome to a brand new year!

(Photography: Georgia Glynn Smith and Lily Earle)What a beautifully bright and positive start we’re making to kick off the year ahead. We have so much to share with you, all set to inspire, inform and enlighten. I just can’t wait for our fabulous pages to unfold here as the year progresses.In this special New Year edition, my team and I have hand-picked some brilliant ways to warm and brighten these cold, grey days. To get off to the very best beginning, we take a stark look at the role of sugar in our everyday diets and suggest some simple swaps we can all make to ditch this sweet-but-deadly habit. It’s a compelling read.We have started some new regular reads, too, including my own easy ways to live well for longer,…

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join us

Happy readingEnjoy tasty recipes and inspirational health and beauty ideas with our free Wellbeing Weekend eBook, when you sign up to our newsletter.‘These emails are fab and genuinely appreciated. Thank you. Always lots of content and beautiful images – clearly a very talented team! Well done to all involved. ’ CARLTONWATCH an exclusive video from Liz every month and enjoy her trusted wellbeing advice, expert beauty tips and nutritious seasonal recipes.BE THE FIRST to hear about all of our Liz Earle Wellbeing offers and events.DISCOVER a curated collection of Liz’s favourite wellbeing goodies on the market, together with special reader offer discount codes.STAY UP TO DATE with our regular round-up of inspirational ideas for living well for longer, and all the latest news from the world of wellbeing.GET IN TOUCH AND…

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wellbeing news

COFFEE REDUCES REDNESSAn extra espresso might work wonders for skin. A major study has found that increasing caffeine consumption can reduce the risk of rosacea, a condition that makes skin flushed and red. The study, based on observations of 82,000 women, found that those who drank four cups of coffee a day noticed the best results, with a 23 percent lower risk of rosacea than those who drank none. Interestingly, these effects were only seen in caffeinated coffee – decaffeinated coffee, fizzy cola drinks and tea were all found to be ineffective. Make ours an Americano, please!Hit the spotThere may be hope ahead for those with acne. Research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology suggests that a vaccine may be an effective solution to the skin condition. The jab…

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lip service

Lips are particularly prone to dryness as, unlike the rest of our skin, they don’t produce sebum – skin’s natural moisturiser. While lip balms can be a useful tool, helping to lock in moisture that can evaporate from the skin’s surface, many are made with irritants that make a parched pout worse. As a general rule, steer clear of heavily fragranced formulations and the tingle-inducing flavourings increasingly common in lip care: lemon, peppermint, ginger and cinnamon, to name a few. Here are some of our lip-soothing favourites.Dr Bronner’s Naked Organic Lip BalmA beeswax base enriched with organic jojoba, avocado and hemp oil, this balm is a simple, non-irritating and effective barrier from the elements. It has a comfortable non-sticky, semi-matte finish. £3.29, onlynaturals.co.ukBalmkind Alpine Rose & Lysine Lip BalmThis nourishing…

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best buys

Hourglass Ambient Lighting EditDrunk Elephant Pekee BarOne for veggies and animal lovers – the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit palette is now 100 percent vegan and cruelty-free, plus five percent of profits is donated to animal charities. This travel-friendly compact contains six radiance-boosting powders to bring life and colour to winter skin. £69, spacenk.comFans of a simple cleansing experience will love this gentle, multi-tasking, soap-free and unscented Pekee Bar from Drunk Elephant. Enriched with marula oil and honey, it gently cleanses without stripping or drying the skin. £24, spacenk.com ■…

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high-tech hydrators

Developed in Korea, athome micro-needle patches offer a cutting-edge way to aid the absorption of skin-saving ingredients. These acid-infused micro-needles dissolve into the skin. We love Vichy Liftactive Micro Hyalu Patches and Beauty Pie Hyaluronic Acid Microneedle Patches – both brands tackle dehydrated skin from within, reducing moisture-loss to make skin appear plumper and healthier. £20, vichy.co.uk; £24.58, beautypie.comEnter the code LIZLOVES at the Beauty Pie checkout to receive your first month’s subscription FREE.(Words: Ellie Smith) ■…

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