• Looking after ourselves a little more this October

    Looking after ourselves a little more this October

    October is one of those months when we are most aware about the importance of staying well, attending regular check-ups with the practitioner we trust … in short, leading a healthy lifestyle. We want to play a small part in this awareness by giving you a few key tips to stay healthy this year. Índice

  • Why do I have cholesterol?

    Why do I have cholesterol?

    During this month dedicated to looking after our hearts, we’re going to answer some of the questions you most often send us via social media regarding cholesterol and heart health. Some of the most common ones are: ¿“Is cholesterol bad for the heart?”, “why do I have cholesterol?”, “how do I reduce my cholesterol?” “what

  • Ten out of ten hair in summer: hair care

    Ten out of ten hair in summer: hair care

    If there’s a recurring theme every year, it’s our desire to have great hair in the summer. We know it’s not an easy task in the heat and with those dips in the sea. That’s why this month we are sharing some top tips to enjoy that beautiful hair wherever you are. Índice de contenidos

  • How does the heat affect your body? Dry skin and fluid retention

    How does the heat affect your body? Dry skin and fluid retention

    When summer arrives, so do the high temperatures and the “phew, how hot…” along with certain complaints that spoil our plans during this season such as fluid retention and dry skin or blotches from the sun. Índice de contenidos Effects of the heat on our skin How to look after your skin in summer? 1 Start with

  • We talk to dermatologist, Marta Vilavella Rius, about skin care

    We talk to dermatologist, Marta Vilavella Rius, about skin care

    The occlusion caused by a mask increases the temperature and humidity around the face (“sauna effect”). These higher temperatures and humidity levels encourage growth of the bacteria found on our skin and stimulate the production of sebum by our sebaceous glands. The higher amount of sebum feeds these germs and will result in blocked pores, all leadin

  • How to avoid post-exercise pain in five steps

    How to avoid post-exercise pain in five steps

    One piece of advice we always give on social media and this blog is that exercise is crucial to staying healthy, inside and out. Although, sometimes, it does lead to muscle pain or discomfort. If you are someone who has started doing sport recently, no doubt you’ve experienced the odd sore muscle. Don’t be disheartened!