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We all know our skin is really important to us.

A recent report by the British Association of Dermatologists found that 90% of patients with a skin disease also suffer psychological problems which are related to their condition.

If you are like me then you appreciate the benefits of a relaxing massage. Here are five tips about what you should do after your massage:

Drink plenty of water. The body needs to rehydrate during the 24 hours following a massage so drinking plenty of water is essential.

More beauty salons, barbers and hairdressers opened in 2016 than any other type of business.   

This news was confirmed by the recent Local Data Company’s (LDC) Leisure and Retail report.  This business sector has overtaken the previous leader, coffee shops, tea-rooms and take-aways.

I’m sure many of you already know the benefits of Dermalogica’s Overnight Retinol Repair anti-aging skin renewal cream.  Well it is now available in a new strength, 1%, up from the previous 0.5%.

What is so special about it?  Simply put, and as you might have guessed, the secret is Retinol or Vitamin A as you or I know it.  Vitamin A is well known for its work reversing the aging process on your skin.

Well, not quite, but I do have something that can help if you have a cough or cold getting you down.  A face massage can be a great aid to clearing congestion and your sinuses.
Here’s how the various types of face massage work:

•    In between your eyes.  You can feel the ridge where your eyebrows come together just above the bridge of your nose.  Massaging this point helps mucus