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A.J. Hanley and her husband, Jim Radosevic are the proud owners of a small skincare business that is dedicated to treating acne, called The Humane Company.
She had enjoyed a long career as a writer and editor specializing in beauty and health for publications like Shape, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Health, and Real Simple. After moving from New York City to the North Fork of Long Island, she and Jim, a former New York president of the iconic advertising agency Young & Rubicam, set out to embark on an adventure together. Their goals were to combine their unique skill sets, reignite their passion for creating and strengthen their relationship. That was how The Humane Company was born.
The majority of Brits (74%) gets up and out of the house in the morning in under 30 minutes, according to a just released study from Clinique. Even more concerning is that a whopping 20% say they flee the house in less than 10 minutes. Forget about a healthy breakfast, in 10 minutes, Iâ€™d be lucky to wear matching shoes.
The dayâ€™s stress starts even before Brits get out of bed. According to the survey, 38% said they check their email as soon as they wake up. Forget about morning romance; Brits are actually four times more likely to check email than have a â€œcheeky moment” with a partner in the morning.
We all know how stress takes its toll on our looks, but for many
Aging is tough enough, but add menopause into the mix and you can really challenge your sense of well-being. Vichy Laboratories, the number one skincare brand in European pharmacies, has taken the challenge to heart and created the Neovadiol Gf anti-aging skincare system, clinically proven to enhance â€œquality of lifeâ€ issues for women going through menopause (which can start as early as age 35…).Â
While using the range, menopausal women participating in the “quality of life”Â study showed significant improvement in self esteem, social interaction and overall well-being . In addition, 49% of the women reported ethat they enjoyed looking at their skin more, 39% felt m