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Cleansers so good, they’re an exception to my ruleThis is the one time of year you’ll catch me writing about foaming face washes, because it’s generally only the sticky, claggy weather that can persuade me to test them. It’s not that I’m anti as such – I quite understand the psychological appeal of a sudsy, frothy cleanser and fresh water of a morning, as well as the convenience of multitasking in the shower; it’s just that they’re not my weapons of choice. Which is why I’m shocked by how favourably I responded to Kiehl’s new Cucumber Herbal Conditioning Cleanser (£19.50), a beautiful, soft-textured gel-cream that leaves even my dry, dehydrated skin feeling unusually soft post-wash (the inclusion of glycerin and the exclusion of sulphates help enormously). It rinses off cleanly and quickly, leaving neither residue nor tightness.Similarly addictive is L’Occitane’s new Immortelle Cleansing Cream-in-Foam (£28), a rich, velvety, essential-oil-based cream that expands into sumptuous, bouncy foam and rinses away cleanly and comfortably. It imparts a visible flush of good health, and works especially well on mature skin types. But if you’d describe yourself unequivocally as oily, congested or spotty, it’s worth choosing a cleanser that does a little more graft. Una Brennan Superfacialist Purifying Cleansing Wash (£7.99) contains salicylic acid, a (gentler than it sounds) beta hydroxy acid that’s reliably effective on problem skin. It didn’t sting, redden or irritate my skin, and rinsed off quickly, although I’d recommend leaving it on for a minute before turning on the tap. Continue reading...
Darren Aronofsky taps into the maternal instinct to inspire fear in his latest movie, Mother! – and he’s certainly not the first film-maker to do so Related: How post-horror movies are taking over cinema Mother!, the title of Darren Aronofsky’s new film, is guaranteed to make horror fans sit up and take notice. Motherhood is almost as endemic a theme in the genre as the Big Two – sex and death. Indeed, in its most horrific manifestations, it co-opts those as well. Continue reading...
Kayla Itsines has taken the fitness world by storm with her Bikini Body Guide. These are the exercises she performs every time she hits the gym.
• Manager puts faith in defenders to improve after recent setbacks• Klopp says team can justify decision not to sign reinforcements at the backJürgen Klopp has said he trusts Liverpool’s defenders to improve and justify his decision not to sign further reinforcements in the summer transfer window.The Liverpool defence is again under scrutiny having conceded five goals at Manchester City last Saturday, albeit with 10 men for four of them, and undermined an otherwise dominant Champions League display against Sevilla on Wednesday. Klopp added Andy Robertson to his defensive ranks in the summer but did not expand his search for a new central defender beyond Virgil van Dijk after Southampton reported Liverpool for allegedly tapping-up the Dutchman, Continue reading...
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21ST CENTURY PROBLEMS: It’s Tough Getting Crude Oil From an Italian Olive Grove. Val d’Agri — more than 200 miles (322 kilometers) southeast of Eni’s Rome headquarters — has the potential to become Western Europe’s biggest onshore field. But output was shut for seven of the past 18 months amid a probe into allegations of […]
The Gloucester centre returns to Leicester with plenty of fond memories for the atmosphere at his former club’s groundNext time someone says rugby grounds are all the same, refer them to this description of playing at Welford Road. “The Crumbie Stand feels like it surrounds you. When you run out you feel like you’re coming through the crowd to play. You can hear their feet stamping above you when you’re changing.“Going down the touchline the fans are there with you. You can smell the food and see the beers. Sometimes you’ll get sprayed on. It’s why I like goal-kicking there. They’re so close they’re sometimes tapping you on the back – or telling you you’re going to miss it. I absolutely love it. It can be intimidating but it’s also why you play the game.” Continue reading...
Elements of the agriculture sector are becoming an attractive alternative investment, Andrew McCaffery, global head of alternatives at Aberdeen Standard Investments, said.
Национальный перевозчик Португалии предлагает совершить перелет в ретро-стиле на борту аэробуса А330, названном «Португалия».
It has been often talked about how Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA) can tap the Chinese market to fuel growth going forward. China’s 50-point plan to turn the country into an $813 billion sports industry, with a special focus on developing soccer, could be a boon for EA.
Ножевой мастер Таши Баруча (Tashi Bharucha) вновь объединился с компанией “Reate” в целях создания двух новых ножей – “Starboy” и “Baby Machine”. В обоих случаях полностью сохраняется стиль мастера, однако воплощается он в форме компактного ножа для EDC, что не характерно для французского изготовителя ножей. В мир ножей Баруча ворвался стремительно и ярко. Сложные интегральные конструкции и впечатляющий внешний вид […] Запись Компания “Reate” и Таши Баруча представили 2 новых ножа для EDC впервые появилась Last Day Club.
North Korea may not have proved petroleum reserves, but it’s estimated that the secluded belligerent nation sits on reserves of more than 200 minerals—including rare earth minerals—worth an estimated up to US$10 trillion. Of course, there are no official reports on how much North Korea’s mineral wealth really is, but according to rough estimates from earlier this decade, Pyongyang’s deposits of coal, iron ore, zinc, copper, graphite, gold, silver, magnesite, molybdenite, and many others, are worth between US$6 trillion…
Why are many boot camps failing as of 2017? This question was originally answered on Quora by Zach Sims.