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Irish men love their skin more than women!

Attitudes to skin vary dramatically between the sexes, that’s according to research carried out by Therapie Clinic. While almost all (82 per cent) of Irish men embrace their natural skin, just over half (54 per cent) of Irish women take the same approach. A solid third (36 per cent) of Irish women avail of the ‘odd sunbed or ten’ and one-in-10 say then can’t live without their make-up, sunbeds, and tanning lotions.

Irish Skin is Far Less Attractive than Other Skin Tones, According to Over Half of Irish

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Majority of Irish have a love/hate relationship with their skin and almost a quarter of Irish women never let their partner see them without make-up.

Government publishes Bill to prevent minors using commercial sunbeds

The Government has this week published legislation that will prohibit operators of sunbed premises from allowing anyone under 18 to use sunbeds.

Fianna Fáil moves to bring about stricter controls on sunbed use

Fianna Fáil has published legislation to bring about stricter controls on the use of sunbeds. Health spokesperson Billy Kelleher says: “The use of sunbeds needs to be controlled to reduce the risk of developing skin cancer. One hundred and forty thousand people in Ireland use sunbeds on a regular basis and of these, 20 per cent are between the ages of 15 to 24 years.

Free skin assessments at the Aesthetic Laser and Cosmetic Clinic this Saturday

The Aesthetic Laser and Cosmetic Clinic will host a free walk-in Skin Scope assessment clinic this Saturday, April 21, from 1pm to 4pm.

May specials at Koztello

For professional beauty at a price you can afford, look no further than Koztello Hair and Beauty, Athlone.

Radiant Beauty comes home

Noel Devery was born in Ballybane, having spent all his time since leaving school in the hairdressing business he saw a niche in the market for a beauty salon, as he catered so much for weddings, debs, etc. This year he took on two of the biggest ventures of his life, he married Lisa O’Reilly in October and on Valentine’s Day this year together they ventured into the beauty world and opened a salon in Ballybane Shopping Centre, with free parking.

New skin protection system at Sunrise Studio, Ballina

At the Sunrise Studio, Ballina, be assured that the qualified trained staff will give you personalised tips on how to get that sun-kissed glow from their top of the range tanning beds and, with the safe Skin Control System installed in the premises, each individual’s skin is measured to discover the tanning power and resistance of customers’ skin to UV rays.

A fashionable tan all year round

Spring is in the air so it is time to start showing off some bronzed skin. At the Sunrise Studio, Ballina, be assured that the qualified trained staff will give you personalised tips on how to get that sun-kissed glow from their top of the range tanning beds and, with the safe Skin Control System installed in the premises, each individual’s skin is measured to discover the tanning power and resistance of customers’ skin to UV rays.

Glamor Box- for eyelashes, perfect nails, and four minute tanning sessions

Glamor Box is a funky new beauty salon on 21 A John Street, Kilkenny. Kristina Kulikova and Tanya Valk (formerly of Individuals salon) are the proud owners of this new business.

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