Top tips for good mental health

10th October is World Mental Health Day, so we’ve had a look at some ways you can look after yourself and deal with the ever-changing, always growing demands of modern-day life without suffering from burn out. Get plenty of sleep Sleep really is important for both physical and mental well …

Debunking Common Skincare Myths

Here at Pure Beauty, we love nothing more than giving advice to our clients to help guide them with their skin routines and issues, and we try to stick rigidly to FACTS. The problem is, there’s so many skin myths out there than many people just don’t know the fact …

4 Common Nail Issues and the Causes

Very few of us are blessed with perfect nails which grow through strong and even, and many of us have issues with our nails which need extra help. Today, we’re looking at four common nail problems which a lot of people have to deal with, and try to find ways …

Take care of your skin from a young age

You might be baby-faced right now and get asked for ID when you order at the bar, but this won’t last forever and doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take care of your skin. In fact, quite the opposite. When it comes to skincare, we believe it is never too early to …

Taking the stress out of sensitive skin

Having sensitive skin might seem like a curse, but don’t despair as there are things you can do to improve its condition and your confidence. Signs that you do have sensitive skin include: Tight, uncomfortable feeling skin on your face, neck and body which is sometimes sore or sensitive to …

Keep hay fever at bay

It seems like only yesterday we were shovelling snow off our paths and wrapping up in thermals, but all of a sudden spring is here and with it brings the pollen that causes hay fever, and misery. The balmier climes we have been seeing recently mean trees have burst into …

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 …

Smoking – Why You Should Quit NOW!

Despite the absolute flood of information out there about how bad smoking is for you, it’s estimated that there are still 9.4 million smokers in the UK, an amount which represents almost one fifth of the population. The risks associated with smoking are numerous, including cancers of the lungs, throat …

How to complete ‘Dry January’

Over the past few years, Dry January, has become ‘a thing’ and one that is gathering momentum. Just to give you an overview, Dry January is an annual event where thousands of people give up alcohol for the first month of the year. While January is a tough month already, …

Make 2017 the year you quit smoking

If you do one thing this year to improve your health, wealth and well-being, giving up smoking has to be top of the list. With a packet of 20 cigarettes costing nearly £10 and the number of places to puff decreasing all the time, combined with the shocking effects this …