Did you know that many men and women feel they lose more hair in winter than at other times of the year? If this is you, you might be wondering what the cause could be.
The Movember Foundation is the leading global organisation committed to changing the face of men’s health. Founded in 2003, the first Movembers saw men sponsored to grow moustaches to raise money for Prostate Cancer. Since then the Movember Foundation has grown to support men’s health, with a focus on testicular and prostate cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. But how can you take part?
A survey conducted by Panadol last year revealed that a third of UK adults don’t know the difference between different painkillers and would just take the first painkiller available to them. With ibuprofen and paracetamol occupying a space in most of our bathroom cabinets, it’s important to know the difference and which to take when.
Cholesterol gets a bad reputation, but we actually need it in our blood for our bodies to work properly. However, when Cholesterol levels are too high, it can stick to the walls of the arteries, causing blockages. This increases your risk of heart disease.
When we surveyed our customers, we found that a whopping 75% of male Chemist Direct shoppers don’t moisturise, and 40% don’t even buy their own skincare products. Contrary to popular belief, male skin needs looking after too. If the idea of testing out face masks, toners and serums makes you break out in a cold sweat, don’t worry. You can get clearer, younger looking skin with a very simple routine that will add just a few minutes to your day.
Did you give up smoking for Stoptober? If you’ve been a few weeks smoke-free, you’re probably already feeling the benefits, but battling the cravings might be tempting you to fall off the wagon. If you’re having a hard time resisting the call of your cigarettes, we’ve found some weird and wonderful way to beat back the cravings. They’re so unusual, they might just work.
It can be easy to confuse a food intolerance for a food allergy, but the two are very different.
Many common skin conditions can be aggravated in the Winter. Protect eczema, rosacea and psoriasis from the festive season with our quick tips.
Menopause is not an illness or medical condition. It’s part of the natural ageing process for every woman, there is no hard and fast rule to managing symptoms, as everyone’s experience will be slightly different. Some women may sail though with very few side effects, for others they will experience a range of symptoms both physical (such as hot flushes, night sweats, vaginal dryness) and emotional (such as anxiety, mood swings, sleeplessness).
According to research done as part of E45’s Straight Up Skincare Project, nearly 40% of UK adults agree that the impact of modern life makes it harder to have healthy skin. Between heating, pollution, and the pace of modern life, it can be hard to keep your skin at its best.