Gentle enough to be used daily, the Elemis Gentle Rose Exfoliator will leave your skin feeling silky soft and deeply conditioned. It contains hydrating absolute of Moroccan rose and smooth micro-spherical jojoba beads, which slough away dead skin cells leaving behind refreshed skin and a subtle fragrance.
Suitable for all complexions, including sensitive.
Give your face a quick and easy pick-me-up with a weekly dose of rosemary, lime and lavender Elemis essential oils. The anti-bacterial qualities in this face mask are great for soothing congested skin and restoring vitality.
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Golden tips from Maidenhead Podiatry to keep your feet sweet in the hot weather.
Watch out for foot infections – the floors of communal showers and changing rooms at open-air and hotel swimming pools are hot spots for infections such as athlete’s foot and verrucas.
Don’t wander around public pools barefoot. Protect your feet by wearing flip-flops in the changing room and at the pool edge.
If your feet smell, wash them using an antibacterial soap. (If this doesn’t work – see the chiropodist/podiatrist). You can spray your feet with an anti-perspirant deodorant – the type used for arm pits.
If you have sweaty feet in the summer, it’s even more important to wash your feet each morning and evening in warm, soapy water then dry them thoroughly. You can also use an antibacterial wash, which helps deal with foot odour. Wipe them with cotton wool dipped in surgical spirit and dust them with talc.
Nylon tights don’t absorb any sweat at all, so enclosed shoes on the shop floor can be very hot and uncomfortable.
If you wear trousers, it's best to use socks with shoes.
If you wear skirts, sandals with a back strap and strap over the instep are the most comfortable option.
If you use talcum powder, shake off all excess otherwise it ends up as soggy clumps between the toes and makes matters worse! ...