Beauty tips for working mums

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Having a youthful appearance is something that most women desire, irrespective of one’s age, job and position in life. Is it wrong to wish for something that can be achieved? Never. 

During the lockdown, you may have been trying several home remedies and just about any beauty hack you could get your hands on to get your desired youthful look. Be it for Zoom meetings, Facetime – or just so you could recognise yourself in the mirror – you were not there! But has it all gone in vain? 

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Acne: product review for grown women

Stressing over spots seems so adolescent, but it’s not just teens that suffer from acne. The global acne market will ring in $3.02 billion by 2016, according market trends, and that says a lot about how endemic the problem is.

Half of women are diagnosed with some form of acne during their adult lives and NHS figures state that 80% of adult acne sufferers are women.

Acne can be embarrassing, unsightly and often quite painful. It’s often hard to pinpoint the cause, because it can be caused by lifestyle, genetics, hormones and/or diet. That doesn’t help when you’re desperate and need of a solution.

Fight dark circles: The best our favourite eye serums for busy mums

Being a mum tends to mean that you don’t often get an uninterrupted nights’ sleep, being a working mum can also mean having to work late and get up early to fit everything in. This is the perfect combination of stress and tiredness to create dark under eye circles.

You may not be able to easily change your child’s sleeping pattern or your working hours, but what you can change is your skincare regime and include one of the following under eye serums to help combat those dark circles.

Banish the bags…top tips for looking less tired

Ask a working mother what her number one beauty concern is and you can be sure of her response.

Balancing work and motherhood means feeling and looking tired is par for the course, Dr Mike Comins, Medical Director of The Private Clinic agrees: “Looking and feeling exhausted after having a baby is to be expected to some degree and this tiredness is usually exasperated when women go back to work.”