Author: Saska Graville
Cally is a comedian and has held senior positions at some of the biggest media companies in the world, including MTV Comedy Central. She was responsible for shows like South Park and SpongeBob SquarePants. For her, menopause has been the catalyst for some of her best life decisions.
Midlife can be a battle at times. A beauty product won’t fix that, but a bit of pampering can pause the stresses and provide some calm. And we all deserve that. A luxury body cream is the perfect place to start.
Cyan writes for magazines including Red, Good Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan. As someone who is interested in women’s issues, she’s curious about her mother Ro’s menopause experience. They discuss how things have changed - for the better - for Cyan’s generation.
Dr Stephanie Goodwin is one of MPowered Women’s medical experts, and is a GP and British Menopause Society specialist. She has a private practice in London and works at Guys Hospital specialist menopause clinic. For her, midlife is fun and empowering - especially when she's singing jazz.
Liz Earle MBE is the UK’s leading wellbeing entrepreneur. Founder of the award winning Liz Earle Beauty, she is a TV presenter and bestselling author of over 35 books on a range of health, beauty and wellbeing topics. She also has her own Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine.
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 perimenopause journey has been challenging, but now she says she’s regained her power and has never been so proud to be a woman.
Rebecca Booth MD is a US gynaecologist and obstetrician, and the co-founder of VENeffect anti-ageing skincare. She has practiced medicine for over 30 years, and been featured in, amongst others, The Oprah Magazine and Good Housekeeping. She refers to the menopause as her ovarian retirement plan, and says the key is for women to support each other through it.
Sky News presenter Kay Burley is the longest-serving newsreader on British television, with experience ranging from covering the Paris attacks in 2015 to interviewing Prime Minister Boris Johnson. She discusses her hot sweats and how exercise keeps her feeling her midlife best
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.
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