Author: Saska Graville
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.
A pioneer of Pilates in the UK, and CEO of Ten Health & Fitness, Joanne is passionate about the power of exercise and wellbeing to help with menopausal symptoms. Stressed and blindsided by perimenopause when she was 44, she’s determined that other women should better informed and prepared than she was.
Who knew that perimenopause and menopause could cause dry nails? If you’ve noticed brittle nails and drier skin, three guesses what could be to blame. Here’s the kit you need to deal with it.
As menopause hits your skin and hair - dry and drier - you need your holiday beauty kit to work extra hard. Pack skincare and multi-taskers to look and feel your best on your travels. Here is our carry-on Top 10.
Novelist Linda Grant has written some of our favourite books, including her latest, A Stranger City. For Linda, menopause was not a huge drama, and she wants other women to know that it might actually be ok.
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