Face-coverings have now become the norm in 2020 and are proven to lower the risk of spreading viruses by wearers protecting those around them, but many people are noticing an irritating downside to regularly covering their faces. Termed ‘mascne’, the phenomena of frequent breakouts and irritation to the skin around the mouth and nose is … Continue reading How to Prevent ‘Mascne’
After the festivities of the Christmas and New Year period, the time inevitably comes when we have to be shifted back into reality. This year, it will probably feel even more daunting than ever before due to lockdown. Read on to discover some useful tips for returning back to your normal routine after Christmas. Mental … Continue reading Ways to Ease January Blues
It’s safe to say that the coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot. Since the Prime Minister announced lockdown in March, life has changed dramatically. Many people are starting to wonder what impact coronavirus will have on society has a whole not only right here and now but into the future. Looking back on pandemics of … Continue reading How Pandemics Shape Society
With New Year’s Eve looking a little different for everyone this year due to lockdown restrictions, we might have to get creative with our plans. Whilst it won’t be the same as every other year, there are still lots of things you can do to ring in 2021. Have a bubble party! It might just … Continue reading Five Alternative Ways To Spend New Years Eve
It’s no secret that businesses in the UK have had a tough ride this year, not only having to overcome multiple lockdowns and not being able to open to the public, but facing the challenge of keeping their business running, whilst keeping their workforce safe. So, as they start to re-open in tier two areas, … Continue reading Free Face Coverings for Small Businesses
Ending weeks of speculation, the combined administrations of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have come together to announce plans that will relax coronavirus restrictions and allow families to spend Christmas together. Under the new rules, three households can mix for five days over the festive period between the 23rd and the 27th of December. … Continue reading Should Christmas Be Cancelled?