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29 Jan, 2019

A Guide to Post-Pregnancy Waist Training

Waist Training is one of the hottest trends for new mums who want to get their bodies back in shape post-baby. Some of Hollywood’s sexiest mamas, Kim Kardashian, Jessica Alba and Ciara give credit to waist trainers in helping them regain their pre-pregnancy bodies. Now non-celebrity mums are following their lead and jumping on the Waist Training bandwagon in attempt...

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16 Jan, 2019

Why You Need A Collagen Supplement

  Collagen is a naturally produced protein responsible for 80% of all connective tissue and 75% of skin. It helps to keep our skin tight and hair and nails strong. It’s also what makes your complexion plump, and youthful. As we age, our collagen starts to decrease, which is when signs of ageing start to appear. Certain lifestyle factors can...

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28 Sep, 2018

The Guide: Shape-wear For Your Body Shape

Everyones body shape is unique (and beautiful!), so with trends changing fast, it’s not always easy to know how to adapt them. We’ve all found the perfect outfit before, only to try it on and realise that it just doesn’t look that great on us. We believe that fashion is about feeling great in the clothes we love and feeling...

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17 Aug, 2018

Strapless Drawstring Bra – How Does It Work?

When wearing a backless top or dress, the back of a bra showing is a major fashion faux pas. That's why you should pick a quality strapless backless bra that will stay on all night, maximise your cleavage, and help you to get the most out of your outfit. That's where our strapless drawstring bra comes in, but how exactly does it...

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28 Jun, 2018

The Science Behind Reduced-Calorie Diets and Disease Prevention: Staying Lean to Minimize Health Risks

Chronic diseases are classified as non-contagious, long-term illnesses and are quite often preventable by diet and exercise. Conditions like heart disease, cancer, and stroke are the number one cause of death worldwide and frequently develop through obesity, diabetes, poor diet, overconsumption of calories, and lack of physical activity.   Defining Obesity Medical professionals classify obesity as having a body mass...

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