When you’re faced with infertility for the first, second, third or what seems like the millionth time, it’s easy to lose faith.
How will you achieve the natural experience so many people take for granted?
Whether you’ve tried natural conception or traditional IVF without success, there are still options available to you.
One of them is donor eggs.
But are donor eggs right for you?
Let’s find out more about the egg donor process, including what you can expect and the emotions you may experience. View Post
As someone who has suffered from cystic acne from the age of 13, I’ve tried out loads of skin products over the years. I’ve always hoped to find that holy grail product and had some luck with various acids. However, when it comes to cleansers, toners and moisturisers, I’ve finally come to realise that nothing is probably going to help that much. Over the last few months, I’ve been trying out some Skintifique products without using anything else to see what happened. With scientific backing, claims to keep out pollution and metals and the promise to be kind to sensitive skin, these products were something different for me to try.
Mooncups are something that I have thought about using several times over the past few years. Several times they’ve been mentioned or I’ve seen them when browsing on the internet. However, I’ve never taken action on it…until now! One of my New Year’s Resolutions this year was to start being more eco-friendly. I’m not doing anything drastic, just making small changes. However, the groundwork for this one started a few months ago! View Post
Today I have a compelling guest post about social media screening. Many employers look through social media (Twitter, Facebook etc.) as well as a CV to get an idea of your character. As such, it might not be such a great idea to have that drunken Magaluf photo as your profile picture! Instead, you could use your profile to your advantage! Please read on, as it makes for a very interesting read. View Post
It’s the same story for my hands every winter. They get dry, crack, bleed and sting every time I wash them or use hand cream. This has only got worse since becoming a mother! Now, a new survey has shown that dry skin on hands ages them by an average of 9 years. Some hands were even ‘perceived to be 47 years older than their true age’. Meanwhile, healthy hands were ‘perceived to be younger than their actual age 56% of the time’. View Post