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  • Westlab Heroes

    This year, we have launched #westlabheroes as a monthly feature, after interviewing our nominated hero, we send them a wonderful Westlab pamper package to help support them so they can continue to do their brilliant work!
  • Q&A WITH OUR ATHLETE AMBASSADORS

    Find out more about athletes Diani, Jazz, Rachel and Rebecca in aid of National Girls and Women in Sports Day. 

     

  • VEGAN BREAKFAST MUFFIN RECIPE

    Give your breakfast routine a healthy upgrade with this quick and nutritious recipe from the Squirrel Sisters. 

     

  • Magnesium for Wellbeing

     

     

  • World Ocean Day: Make a difference with microbead-free beauty

      Help us celebrate World Ocean Day, Friday 8th June, by doing your bit to protect our blue planet and go microbead-free!  It's time to ditch thos...
  • A Psoriasis Journey with Bryony Bateman

    Bryony is a beauty blogger who has suffered from psoriasis since she was 16. She juggles her full-time job as a Beauty Therapist, alongside her blog, which covers health, fashion, skincare and how to manage/cope with psoriasis. 

    In 2011, when I was 16, I first developed a rash but didn’t think much of it – I had googled my symptoms and thought that it could be psoriasis, but as it didn’t affect my life much I wasn’t too concerned. The ‘rash’ was a little annoying but went away after holidays or a few sessions on a sunbed. It was until 2014 when it flared up badly and started to impact my life more. My skin was super red, itchy and painful all over my body which was what led me to go back to doctors to finally get a diagnosis.

  • Natural Solutions For Eczema - A Personal Journey by EMINÉ RUSHTON

    Eminé Rushton is Wellness Director of Psychologies magazine and a trained holistic skin therapist. She has been writing about holistic health for 15 years and also written a book on Ayurveda, The Body Balance Plan.

    I've suffered with eczema since childhood – and it's ranged from those tell-tale red, raised rings, around outer thighs, backs of knees and inner elbows, to sore, weeping blisters across the palms of my hands. As a child, my mother would apply topical steroid cream to my skin, as it was the only thing the doctor ever prescribed, and while the reaction would always diminish for a while, it would soon reappear – if I sweated, ate flare-up foods (more on that later), allowed my skin to dry out, or got particularly stressed.

  • The link between Gut Health and Eczema with Amanda Hamilton

    Amanda Hamilton, Leading UK Nutritionist, explores the link between Gut Health and Eczema.   The conventional approach of creams and medication for...
  • The Ultimate Summer Holiday SOS Guide

      The summer season is all about feeling good, looking good and enjoying a well-earned break in the sun. However, we often find that our summer ho...
  • Nutritional Marathon Guide with Amanda Hamilton

  • Prepare for Race Day

  • Four Step Guide to Recovery with Amanda Hamilton