published by Victoria Dobbie on Thu, 06/14/2012 - 13:59
Its an alarming trend, but it seems most young women are more concerned with their looks than their health.
Over 70% of 2,000 women (aged 18 to 24) questioned in a new report commissioned by Cancer Research UK and Tesco (*) admitted that they don't do the minimum recommended amount of exercise every week.
When asked why not 59% of gave reasons related to beauty and their appearance. While about 10% said unflattering gym gear put them off exercising and 16% admitted that they worried about ruining their hair and make-up during a workout.
published by Victoria Dobbie on Fri, 02/10/2012 - 18:52
Valentine's Day will soon be upon us and whether you're single or committed, probably like me, you'll want to be looking and feeling attractive this coming week. But if you want romance to blossom you have to think about what attracts men and not necessarily what makes you feel comfortable.
published by Victoria Dobbie on Wed, 01/25/2012 - 12:53
At Face and Body we love helping others and I was so pleased to receive this email telling us how the support we and our patients are giving through Buy1GIVE1 is making a difference that I wanted to share it with you.
Thank you for your support with our Buy1GIVE1 partnership
published by Victoria Dobbie on Fri, 01/13/2012 - 17:50
As some of the biggest cosmetic clinics Harley Medical Group, Transform and Hospital Group announced that they were not prepared to remove substandard products from their clients. Why would you put your trust in them for any of your treatments.
Permanent fillers by their nature of being permanent implants are also very difficult to correct when something goes wrong. Dr Dobbie has never used and could not recommend the use of a permanent filler.
published by Victoria Dobbie on Wed, 12/14/2011 - 18:14
...you should be!
Satsumas and clementines are traditionally eaten in abundance at Christmas time. Do you painstakingly strip off every trace of those little white fibre veins from your fruit? Or do simply peel and eat the lot?
published by Victoria Dobbie on Wed, 07/06/2011 - 09:01
I often get asked what I would recommend as an anti-ageing diet. My advice to patients is that they should read Patrick HolfordsNew Optimum Nutrition Bible who's advice is collaborated by the Optimum Nutrition Survey UK survey which surveyed 37,000 people.
However, I realize that many of you are extremely busy so here are my healthy diet tips based on recommendations from both sources: