In today's busy world it can be tough to find any time for yourself. But taking time out for yourself is important and here we tell you why.
Ladies, there's an addiction sweeping the nation. It can affect anyone from 15 to 75, it's plaguing households all over the country and it's not pretty. Oh hold on, actually it kind of is. More and more women are falling victim to the make up addiction.
Now the summer sales have started, it is time to unleash your inner beast! A TK Maxx report reveals the recession has bred a new species of female shoppers - The Hunter-Gatheristas - who specialise in staying ahead of the pack.
Most women are reluctant to exercise outside because they are worried about looking unattractive in their exercise gear. That’s according to results of a charity poll, which looks at body confidence and self esteem, for mental health firm Mind.
According to new research commissioned by Dove, young girls are shunning female celebrities and looking to their mums as the most positive role models in their lives. Mums soar above the rest with 37% of the votes cast, over the likes of Cheryl Cole.
Poor self-esteem among today’s girls and young women could, by 2050, be costing the nation 14% of our female managers in UK businesses, a Dove study found. Their poll found 11-17 year old girls lack confidence and think they are 'average' at best.
Let’s face it – if we had the choice most of us would rather not exercise. If there was a way we could have figures like superstars without ever having to set foot in that dreadful gym we would be over the moon.
Does your other half take the mick out of you for struggling to park the car in a small space? A new study found spatial awareness is linked to confidence, so a little support would help you perform tasks such as parking and map-reading.
Beauty brand Dove are famous for their real women adverts, where they encourage women of all shapes and sizes to strip off to promote their wares. Now they want to tackle British body image, as a poll reveals 71% face daily confidence battles.
Is a lack of body confidence holding you back? A new survey found that not only do more than two thirds of women lack self-esteem, it affects the behaviour of 22% on a daily basis. The research was undertaken at the Dove Body Confidence Workshop.
Mothers like to look their best, not because of pressure from celebrity magazines but because of a desire to impress at the school gates. That's according to a survey by Sheer Cover mineral make-up, who asked 1,600 women about their beauty habits.
The day of the waif is officially over, as Brits have voted model Kelly Brook as the Best Celebrity Body. Ms Brook was followed in the Slimming World/YouGov poll by Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren, proving curves are appreciated by men AND women.