Food for thought

“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way” Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

— Jodi Picoult

Beauty & well-being

Beauty GAP: Siam Seas Skin Revolution Mask & Be Calm Serum

Masking has been part of female beauty rituals for centuries, ingredients and modes applications evolving over time. While some might say that they aren’t necessary for your skin to look its best, read more


Tips to help stay healthy & calm during Corona virus

Undoubtedly there is so much going on around us, at home and abroad, that it is very difficult to stay calm or emotionally unaffected. Corona virus is spreading, people are dying & feeling vulnerable, read more


Asquith SS20 collection preview & interview

Athleisure is a busy marketplace, with cool niche brands aiming to appeal to sporty millennials, vying for attention alongside the offerings from big luxury brands. But what if you don’t want read more


Founder Spotlight: Susanne Manasi Persson, Manasi 7

When Manasi 7, a green beauty make-up brand hailing from Sweden, first landed on the UK shores, at Content Beauty emporium in Marylebone, I wasn’t fast enough off my read more


Beat The Blues with Drops of Gold

Life, like nature, is beautiful, but it is also complex. We are increasingly digitally overloaded, we suffer from stress & heightened emotions, we juggle work & relationships, all the while read more


Sustainability family living tips

The topic of the environmental damage is becoming hotter by the day, further elevating the sense of dread and nervousness experienced by adults and increasingly by children too. All the more the reason read more

Travel/out & about

French wellness brand Aime pops-up in London

Nowadays more and more of us are starting to make an internal connection between body and beauty. French wellness brand Aime, founded by friends and business partners Mathilde read more

Women’s issues

Beauty & the Brexit

So after years of deliberations, discussions & arguments UK has officially left the EU on Friday January 31, 2020. Those who voted ‘for’, celebrated in jubilation. Those who voted ‘to read more