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Businesses and shoppers in Galway are to benefit from Irish Water upgrade works to one of the oldest sewers in the country. The upgrade will address odour and blockage issues that have resulted in significant disruption for businesses and customers on some of Galway’s busiest streets.
We’re delighted to announce the introduction of Elemis Superfood Skincare to spirit one spa in The Galmont Hotel & Spa.
Spirit one spa at The Galmont Hotel & Spa is a haven of luxury using premium products from a range of brands including Elemis, Fuschia Make-Up, Lindi Skin and Max Benjamin. All products are handpicked and are used throughout treatments. The vegan-friendly Elemis Superfood Skincare range work to brighten and balance all skin types. The new products are formulated with plant-based, nutrient-dense Superfoods and some with a natural sugar derived prebiotic to help replenish skin with vital hydrating nourishment when it needs it most, for a healthy and noticeably fresh glow. Receive €20 off your next facial when you purchase an Elemis Superfood Skincare product.
Michelle Corbett is an award winning weight loss consultant from Slimming World and helps her members lose weight by following its food optimising plan.
Marie Dolan joined Slimming World in Salthill in September 2013. Having lost eight stone the previous year, she had started to regain some of that weight and decided to give Slimming World a try.
EverActive C&E is a high strength vitamin C (15%) and E serum that reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while revitalising the skin. Vitamin C, in its only bioactive form L-ascorbic acid, is featured using the highest grade of vitamin C available called USP.
See Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD, the UK’s leading nutritionist specialising in women’s health, in The g Hotel in Galway on Tuesday February 26. and find out why diets do not work, and what does.
Anaemia is a term used when a person doesn’t have enough red blood cells to carry oxygen all through the body, leaving your body starved of oxygen. You could lack haemoglobin, a protein which gives the blood it’s colour.
With the change in season it is a good time to be thinking about boosting your immunity. Vulnerable people such as children and the elderly, people with low immunity and other susceptible people including asthmatics or people with chronic sinusitis and chronic obstructive airway diseases (COAD) need to pay particular attention to their immunity.
With every new year comes resolutions, one of the most common being to lose weight. So if you are looking to kick start your 2019 with a lasting change, an Athlone slimming expert is sharing her top tips to make your new year weight-loss resolutions a reality and all without giving up your favourite foods!
Arguably one of the least favourite months of the year, (maybe the best if you are an avid rugby fan), November is known for its dreadful weather; from bucket loads of rain to freezing temperatures, the days are dark and gloomy and people are less likely to go out and socialise; preferring to stay inside for warmth.