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AlumierMD neck and décolleté firming cream is a luxuriously smooth firming cream that helps to prevent and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, restoring a more youthful appearance - and it is now available at Pauline Cawley Beauty Clinic in Castlebar.
Burgess Department Store, Athlone, is supporting the Marie Keating Foundation’s ‘Give your Bra for Breast Cancer’ campaign.
Outback Jacks with Peter Forde personal trainer are giving their support to Breast Cancer Research this October. In partnership with Breast Cancer Research in Galway they have organised a new Couch to 5K from their premises in Ballybane.
Calling all gentlemen! Buying lingerie for a loved one can be one of the most romantic things you can do. It is an intimate gift which, if you get it right, can really make that special someone feel extra special. Women want to look and feel beautiful and there’s no better way than to give the gift of a gorgeous lingerie set from Burgess. However lingerie can be one of the trickiest gifts a guy can buy. Luckily Burgess is here to help you every step of the way.
A new study which will examine how best to help adolescents adjust to a mother’s illness is inviting teenagers of women with breast cancer to participate.
A number of scientific studies in recent years have linked chemical ingredients in personal care products to adverse health effects. International studies cite the ingredients in hair dyes as contributing to the incidence of certain types of cancer. Sourcing chemical-free hair colour and cosmetics has led Simply Natural, an Irish owned company, to bring Naturigin organic based hair colour to Ireland. It is paraben and ammonia free. Parabens (a preservative linked to breast cancer) are present in most hair colour brands. Ammonia is widely known to thin the hair.
Finding stylish casual or occasion wear can be an epic struggle when you are a plus size. Styles can be either too old fashioned or shabby. Celebrities such as Adele or Melissa McCarthy show that you can be full figured and beautiful. There is no reason why you should not look your best.
The Irish Cancer Society, in partnership with Centra, are running the Get the Girls ‘Round fundraising campaign in aid of the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer programme.
Action Breast Cancer, a programme of the Irish Cancer Society, is Ireland’s leading provider of breast cancer information and support. With October being breast cancer awareness month, here is some advice from the cancer support service.
Properly fitted underwear can be a big help to boost your confidence. Good underwear, especially a good fitted bra, will make you look taller and thinner. Here are some tips to help you find the styles to flatter your shape.