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  Supermodel Cindy Crawford is one of the most beautiful women in the world… But that’s not opinion… It’s science! Take a look at her face:   The reason she’s considered so beautiful has nothing to do with her stunning cheekbones, her glossy hair or anything like that… It’s the proportions of her face. You see, the ancient Greeks were the first to discover that people naturally find the ratio of 1.618 attractive. They called this the “Golden ratio”. So the faces we consider most beautiful are about 1.6 times longer than they are wide. The lips we find most attractive? Well, the lower lip is exactly 1.6 times the height of the upper lip. And we can map that same ratio all over your face… …Setting out exactly where your eyes, cheekbones, chin and nose should be, for the most aesthetically pleasing look. No one – not even the very gorgeous Cindy Crawford – has every feature in exactly the right place. But she comes pretty close. (Other famous people with near-perfect Go


  It’s rocketed in popularity recently - and for good reason: It’s a game-changer for your skin. This injectable treatment is 100% hyaluronic acid, which is one of the most hydrating substances on the planet. You’ll find it in lots of moisturisers - but not in such high concentrations. And getting it deep into your skin is completely different to placing it on the surface! Profhilo infuses your skin with this hydrating ingredient, nourishing your skin long-term and giving you a beautiful glow for months. It’s like a “moisturiser in a jab”... ...And if that’s all it did, I’d still be raving about it. But that’s not the real reason Profhilo is so revolutionary. You see, it also stimulates the growth of collagen and stem cells in your skin - actually remodelling your skin from within. This plumps up your skin and thickens it at the deepest levels, giving it fantastic foundations - a bit like the scaffolding of a house - so it appears smoother and thicker, with less sa


As a doctor, I love science… And today I want to do an experiment with you!   All you have to do is go to a mirror, or open up Zoom or the camera on your phone. Take a long, hard look at your face.   Then smile as broadly as you can. Do lines suddenly appear around your eyes or forehead? How about some vertical lines around your mouth? Now stop smiling.   Have all those lines suddenly disappeared?   If so, you have a particular kind of wrinkle.   They’re called ‘dynamic lines’, because they appear when your face moves - and disappear again when your face relaxes.   What really happens is that when you smile, frown or squint your muscles contract. This pushes your skin together, making small folds.   You start seeing these kinds of lines in your 30s, often around your eyes, forehead and lips.   They’re completely different to the other type of wrinkles….   “Static lines” sadly stay put on your face, no matter what your expression.   They might appear at