Food that will feed your skin

If you want your skin to glow, ‘you are what you eat’ is so very true. Yes, it is important to have a good beauty regime in place and be sure to have facials when you can, but you need to feed your skin well if you want it to …

Keep your health game up, this winter

Let’s face it, winter isn’t the easiest time to stick to a healthy diet and fitness plan, however hard you try. With changeable weather, festive events and naughty treats putting sleigh sized obstacles in the way, it is hardly surprising that even our best intentions can get lost in the …

Have Your Avocado and Eat It

At Pure Beauty, we absolutely adore avocados and eat it with everything from toast to tagliatelle. This natural green goddess isn’t just packed with super nutrients and vitamins galore, but it tastes amazing and that vibrant flesh looks pretty special on a plate too. While you can simply scoop and …

Feed your skin

Not a week goes by without a new superfood being added to our ‘must-eat’ list, making it hard to know where to start when it comes to finding the perfect balanced diet. You really can’t go wrong if you eat a range of seasonal fruit and vegetables mixed with whole …

Keep flu at bay this winter

With flu cases accounting for 22,000 visits to GPs, 85 deaths and hundreds of hospital admissions, it would seem we are dealing with a flu crisis this winter. With sore throats, soaring temperatures, aching joints, headaches and coughing just some of the symptoms, this is one bug you could do …

September is the month to look after your skin

Summer is fading fast, as are our tans. Whilst feeling the sun on your skin is great, those days spent by the pool and on the beach, will have played havoc with your skin. September is the perfect time to take a stock and look after your skin and give …

Eat yourself younger

The expression, ‘you are what you eat’, is banded about a lot and for good reason. Your diet directly affects your appearance and plays a role in how you age. The building blocks for healthy skin and hair are found in the nutrients, minerals and fatty acids of your food. …