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I was lucky enough recently to be invited by Staunton’s Pharmacy on Main Street in Castlebar to be one of 100 women across Ireland to trial Vichy Laboratories’ latest new product line - Idéalia - ahead of its official nationwide launch, which took place this month.
Quirky, cute, and 100 per cent gorgeous, Benefit Cosmetics is like a sweet shop for grown up girls, and will soon be available at Staunton’s Pharmacy, Castlebar.
Inspired by the unique experience provided at the renowned Vichy Spa Institute, the Aqualia Thermal range welcomes a breakthrough product that goes beyond intense hydration, offering a true spa experience at home.
Double serum is the complete age control concentrate, the essential formula for all women from age 25. Its pioneering concept, developed in 1985 – the first double serum with separate hydric and lipidic phases – still represents the most targeted response to women’s skincare concerns.
For the fifth year running Vichy introduced the nationwide competition in Irish pharmacies and revealed the Vichy Advisor of the Year 2012. Vichy developed this competition with the aim to engage and motivate dermo-advisors, raise the standard of advice and to promote skin health through Irish pharmacies nationwide. The lucky winners were recently announced at the glamorous awards ceremony in the five-star Westin Hotel, Westmoreland Street, hosted by popular TV presenter and renowned beauty journalist Laura Bermingham. Tina Mc Hale from Staunton’s Pharmacy, Castlebar was one of the finalists who attended the awards.
Sudden death claims 5,000 lives a year; make a promise to your heart and attend an Irish Natural Medicare screening. Experts offer a medically approved Bpro Cardio screening which is clinically proven to measure central aortic systolic pressure 99.7 per cent as accurately as an angiogram.
A free psoriasis information day will take place in Staunton’s Pharmacy, Castlebar, on Friday May 22 from 10.30am to 1.30pm. Dermatology nurse Caroline Kennedy will discuss patients’ individual cases and treatments. Psoriasis is a chronic, incurable, skin disease, characterised by dry red patches and thick silvery scales on the skin that are extremely itchy, leading to scratching and bleeding.