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If menopause has made the workplace a challenge, take time out to consider this ‘Gentlewoman’ guide to making more time for yourself in your working day. Wise words, whatever your age and stage
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It’s a midlife reality that an extra glass of wine at night can lead to eye bags in the morning. The lower oestrogen levels and collagen production of the menopause years cause thinning skin, resulting in puffy eyes, lines and wrinkles. What you need is an eye cream to brighten, tighten and hydrate the area. Here’s our pick of the best.
Growing up doesn’t mean losing the joy of playing with makeup and experimenting with colour. But if your makeup bag needs a refresh as your skin needs change, we’ve got a few ideas.
It’s hard to imagine regaining your healthy glow when insomnia kicks in. Add to that the dryness of a menopausal complexion, and your face needs all the help it can get. Here’s our pick of the best brand new products to help you get your brightness back.

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Many women are embarrassed to seek medical help for vaginal health issues. Former nurse and sexual health advocate Samantha Evans, urges us all to get a bit more vagina-savvy in our menopause years
She’s menopausal, she’s been married for nearly 20 years and she’s having her best sex life yet. We want what Jane Druker is on. She shares her secrets - night sweats be damned.

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Liz Earle MBE is the UK’s leading wellbeing entrepreneur, TV presenter and the number one bestselling author of over 35 books on a range of health, beauty and wellbeing topics. She is the founder of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine and hosts the Wellness with Liz Earle podcast. In short, she is a go-to menopause guru.
Dr Shahzadi Harper is a menopause and wellbeing doctor specialising in optimising women’s health at The Harper Clinic, on London’s Harley Street. Her own perimenopause journey has been challenging, but now she says she’s regained her power and has never been so proud to be a woman.
Broadcaster Kay Burley, host of Sky News weekdays, is the longest-serving newsreader on British television. After almost 30 years in the job, she considers travelling to Washington to interview Hillary Clinton on International Women’s Day as a stand-out moment. This is, she says, the best time in history to be a midlife woman.
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