TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue valid 6 May - 25 May 2021 - page 2 - NO LONGER VALID *

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TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue - 6 May 2021 - 25 May 2021 - Sales products - soap, eau de parfum. Page 2.
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Eau de parfum

Enjoy flowers, wood, or exotic spices at every step. Thanks to the right choice of perfume, you can please yourself and your surroundings. What can you choose from and how?

We all want to feel good in public. Smell is an important part of it because it can affect not only you but also the opinions of others. Perfume is usually not difficult to choose, but you may not even know what you can find on the market. Most people find one favourite product and stick to it for many more years. However, something different is suitable for each situation. You can buy women's, men’s, and unisex perfumes. Women can be divided into fresh, romantic, exotic, and sweet. Men for citrus, floral, sports or elegant. A unisex for fresh or exotic (oriental). The choice depends on your taste, but also on the purpose and occasion when you want to use it. Therefore, you should have at least two or three types in stock that you can rotate according to what you plan.

 
Janine's story How to treat Psoriasis? When I was 22,I was bitten by sea lice while swimming at Byron Bay and the marks they left on me never went away. The doctor told me "you have psoriasis", and I've been living with it for 31 years. The itch feels like 1,000 mosquitoes biting me every day, the redness is like constant sunburn, and the dry flakiness means I can lose up to three cups of skin some days. Psoriasis can range from mild to severe, and treatments are likely to vary from person to person so you should always consult with your GP or phamacist about what may suit you best. While every person is different, there's a number of holistic treatment It hugely impacts every part of my life, affecting my sleep and concentration, right through to employment opportunities, my diet, sports, and socialising. It's very hard to hold down jobs because I scratch and itch so much, and air conditioned rooms aggravate it. Even intimate relationships are tricky because l'm so body conscious. It's hard. A lot of people ask me "Is it contagious?" and no, it's not. Psoriasis is an immune condition within me. But it's one of those things people notice immediately. If they don't understand what they're looking at, it makes them nervous. It's this look of shock or empathy on their face, because they don't understand. And I feel it. But a smile and kindness go a long way. options our pharmacists recommend to help manage milder symptoms or avoid flare ups: Moisturisers (suited to sensitive skin) can help to keep skin supple and stop plaques forming. Topical steroids may help reduce inflammation, depending on severity. Medicated creams or ointments containing ingredients like Dithranol, Coal tar or Salicylic acid can help with managing different symptoms of psoriasis. I've tried just about everything you can imagine to manage it, and my pharmacist is Diet can play a huge role in managing psoriasis. Eliminating common triggers such as saturated fats, refined sugars, carbohydrates and alcohol may help reduce flare-ups^. Avoid fragrances (e.g. perfume, soap, detergent) as these often contain chemicals that iritate skin and inflame great in helping me choose which creams and ointments will help my particular skin. Creams are vital – without them, life would be so difficult. I'm also vigilant in what foods I eat, I don't drink or smoke, and try to avoid doing anything that will flare it up. I don't like the idea of victimhood, and I don't want my condition to define me. I choose to ride above it and do a lot of work on myself [mentally], but it's a work in progress. And l'll keep trying. psoriasis, or opt for 'sensitive skin' labels". Reduce stress which is linked to flare- ups of psoriasis. Ideas might include yoga, reading, swimming, or meditation. 6. Janine Source # https://www.psoriasisaustralia.org.au/ ^ https://www.healthline.com/health/psoriasis Anhttps://www.healthline.com/health/psoriasis/treat-symptoms-home#eat-healthfully

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