Beauty Spot

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Beauty Spot


TODAY we introduce a brand new column to the Sunday News - one of Ireland's top beauty experts who plans to share the top tips with you.

Tanith Isis is Dublin's "IT girl" and is first with the latest trends in health and beauty.

The 19-year-old actress has been fascinated with the art of beauty all her life - and she plans to tell readers how to look good even when they have been burning the midnight oil.

"Fashion trends may come and go, but one thing remains constant - you must take care of yourself and the only way to do that is by creating the proper beauty routine to suit your lifestyle.

"Each week I plan to share my beauty secrets with readers to help make them look and feel good about themselves."

THIS is the time to start thinking about ways of pampering ourselves before the summer.

The harsh winter plays havoc with our bodies - pale skin, lacklustre hair, chapped lips and neglected hands and feet are just some of the problem areas which need the most attention.

Well, there's no better way to deal with these problems than treating yourself to a quick session at a beauty salon.

Natural beauty products are hot at the moment and they are also available from chemists and beauty salons across Ireland.

But does natural really means natural? Remember that only one per cent of cosmetic ingredients have to be natural for the word to be used on the packaging of a product.

Our skin absorbs the cosmetics we apply, which means that up to 60 per cent of the ingredients end up in our bloodstream. So it is vitally important that we are selective about the cosmetics use on our face and body.

One of the leading names in natural skincare at the moment is Decleor of Paris. The products and treatments are available in most beauty salons in Ireland and the products are based on pure aromatherapy essential oils and plant extracts.

Decleor's approach to beauty is a holistic one, which the firm refers to as its "care philosophy".

Each beauty treatment is a unique experience which promotes a sense of wellbeing. …

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