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I have recently discovered a new skincare brand that is offering some fantastic results. As we age, our skin needs change and these new products pack a brilliant anti-ageing punch. The brand is Dermal Health, and it is created by Una Jefford, a renowned expert in dermatology and aesthetics. Una has developed a skincare line that is specifically designed for women as they start to go through perimenopause, with its effects on the skin, such as redness, irritation, sensitivity, dryness, dullness, and loss of firmness. The Vitality Skincare Duo is a set of two moisturisers, one for day and one for night, that are packed with powerful ingredients to improve your skin’s hydration, elasticity, brightness, smoothness, and calmness. They are suitable for perimenopausal and menopausal skin types, but especially for those who have sensitive skin or rosacea. They are also cruelty-free, vegan-friendly, and free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates, mineral oils, and artificial fragrances.
The Maldives are well and truly open for business and with one of the highest vaccination levels. With this particular resort already having all staff fully-vaccinated. You would also be hard pressed to find a better, year round, sun destination.
It seems as if travel has almost become an impossible dream. Fading further and further away into the distance. As lockdown follows lockdown; borders open, then close, new strains of covid appear. It’s been miserable to say the least. One luxury destination has managed to weather the storm of the global pandemic much better than some others, by virtue of its geology. The Maldives, made up of more than 200 islands, many of which are home to a single hotel or resort, has dealt admirably with a disease that could have wiped out their economy almost totally. For tourism is what they absolutely rely on.
When it comes to family mountain holidays, I’ve got a secret to tell. Only to a few of you, not to everyone. I don’t want everyone knowing this and making it impossible to book but I do want some recognition for finding the best thing since sliced bread for families!
Hampshire is a very popular place for Londoners looking to escape the metropolis and breathe in the fresh country air. There are some well-known spots that the masses flock to – the New Forest and it’s ponies and scrub for one, the ports of Southampton and Portsmouth and Winchester are others. Families tend to stick to the same well-known places. The tried and tested attractions are all very well but when I leave my home, I’m looking for somewhere nicer. It’s got to be good. With young children it’s often the case that either the adults or the children must compromise. I prefer to do my homework.
Peppa Pig World is one of those places that’s on every young family’s to-do list. Luckily, It’s situated in a lovely part of Hampshire in the New Forest, from national parks to amusement parks, pretty villages and seaside towns, there’s something for every taste. Just two hours in the car from London, not far from Southampton, Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight, there’s a great place to stay that makes a serious point of catering to children and their frazzled parents in equal measures.