Isn't it great when you return from your summer holiday and your skin is all sun kissed and glowing? Everyone feels better with a tan. Indeed, experts have shown that having a tan can even make you look slimmer. And of course, it helps you to look healthier too.
Ah it's summer holiday time at last. Time to take a break from the, ahem, unpredicatble weather in the United Kingdom and head off to sunnier climes. You're ready to become the beach goddess you always knew you could be.
Save time and shoe leather and shop online for your holiday essentials. Online pharmacy service The Healthcounter have a list of ‘care package’ essentials to make your holiday shopping super-quick, with free delivery for mail list members.
Forget cocktails at sunset and belly-busting buffets, the smart girl makes use of her summer holidays to boost her health - not ruin it. From detox retreats to adventure holidays, Health and Fitness Travel have some ideal breaks to book online.
If you are heading off on holiday this summer, choose your in-flight food wisely and you will feel refreshed on arrival. Jet lag, anxiety, nausea bloating can get your holiday off on the wrong foot - so step away from the drinks trolley!
You step out of your holiday apartment, looking fabulous in your bikini. Your skin is bronzed and soft and your hair is glossy and gorgeous. You feel on top of the world and look even better.
The holiday is booked, the summer dresses are out and the bikini is bought – everything is set for a perfect break in the sun. Except for one thing – after months of rubbish weather, winter clothes and central heating your body is hardly what you'd call beach ready.
Overexposure to sun, sea salt and chlorine damages the hair shaft from the cuticle to the inner core. But you can keep your crowning glory a cut above the rest with these easy styling tips. Michael Van Clarke has some celebrity style advice.
It's that time of year again when we all start thinking about our summer holidays. The bikini diets are started, we're moisturising, buffing and tanning our bodies to turn our tired winter skin into gorgeous summer skin and we're busy deciding which pretty summer dresses and swimwear to bring with us.
A short break could help prevent you breaking up! A poll of 2,000 happily married couples by Headwater found that a trip away twice a year was a key ingredient for a successful, healthy relationship to ensure love survives in the long-term.
Movie nights can add a touch of Hollywood glamour to a spa break at the 18-bedroom Barnsley House, near Cirencester, Gloucestershire. This February, Oscars night will be a special break of film screenings, pampering and champagne.
Want to book a romantic holiday without arguing about the destination? Then you should book flights to Australia, the USA or Italy, which all ranked highly for both sexes in a poll by Skyscanner on top holiday spots for men and women.
Are you a foodie AND a fitness fanatic? You don't have to sacrifice fitness for flavour and a new healthy holiday will teach you all you need to know about gourmet meals without unnecessary calories, thanks to the Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy.
If you are packing for your holidays, have you remembered tissues for those tear-inducing films on the place? Virgin Atlantic is introducing an emotional health warning on films that have the potential to be the biggest tearjerkers on board.
Is your holiday going to ruin your health? A study from a cruise comparison website has revealed that British cruisers consume the same amount of alcohol throughout the duration of a two week cruise, as they would in over eight weeks at home.
After surviving the summer with the kids, you might want to restore your health (and sanity) by taking a relaxing week away to sample the plethora of treatments available at the five-star Aldemar Hotel’s Thalasso spas at the Royal Mare in Crete.
An online travel community has been set up to help ladies find new friends to holiday with - especially if their current partner is proving to be 'incompatible' to travel with. Thelma & Louise also posts deals for activity and fitness breaks.
A new poll found half of shoppers are still spending £500 this summer to look good on their holidays - with 12% planning to spend up to £1,000. DiscountVouchers.co.uk found 83% of Brits always buy new clothes or shoes for their holidays.
t’s not too late to tone up for that summer holiday! If thought of a bikini fills you with dread, the following top tips from Slimavite personal trainer, Simon Parker. He recommends building regular, moderate activity in to your week.
Moderate tanning three to four weeks before your beach holiday can help protect your skin against sun damage and sunburn. Research from the Sunlight Research Forum says tanning boosts our natural self-protection mechanism against UV overexposure.