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Baby love for NHJ


at home’s very own anti-ageing expert Nicky Hambleton-Jones told us she loves being a mum having given birth to her first baby in January of this year. Nicky, best known for fronting the Channel 4 programme 10 Years Younger, went through a gruelling labour before little Benjamin Malcolm made an appearance on 7 January. Nicky is taking time out from work for a few months to spend time with her boy bef ...

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Hello from Nicky Hambleton-Jones

Autumn’s a great time to update your look Spring has sprung and summer is well and truly over, so I hope you all took inspiration from my February issue to give yourself a fresher and renewed outlook on life. Last time I talked about how my life was about transformation – and it looks like the wheels of change are well and truly continuing to turn. I’m happy to say I’m six months pregnant and getting rounde ...

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A fresh chapter

We catch up with anti-ageing expert, stylist and now mum-to-be Nicky Hambleton-Jones on fashion, family and life after 10 Years Younger. The organic juice bar in London’s leafy Clapham where I’m meeting Nicky Hambleton-Jones, is a Mecca for pram- pushing ladies who lunch – and Nicky, in her new incarnation as yummy-mummy-to-be, seems to fit right in. She’s got the perfectly groomed h ...

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Ways to treat signs of ageing

Besides the usual crow’s feet and frown lines, there’s a host of other pointers that can give away your age – but luckily they’re all easy to treat. Follow our advice… FACIAL HAIR At least 25% of middle-aged women have unwanted facial hair but most are reluctant to discuss it, or even admit they have this problem, despite it being very common. It is usually down to hormonal changes, which can lead to increa ...

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Tips from Nicky Hambleton-Jones

Create a capsule wardrobe this season, dress for your shape and get expert anti-ageing advice from Nicky. What’s hiding in your wardrobe? Keep your look updated with a few basic essentials ‘When it comes to clothes, everyone has different needs. But I believe there are 10 basic items every woman should have in her wardrobe,’ says Nicky. ‘The capsule is the heart of your wardrobe, whi ...

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Cosmetic Surgery Your New Body

Your essential checklist There can never be any guarantees of success, so use these guidelines to increase your chances of getting the result you’re after. Choose a surgeon on the basis that he or she is a member of a dependable, recognised organisation and/or on recommendation from your GP, other doctors or friends. Also, your doctor will be able to correspond with the surgeon about any medical probl ...

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Be breast aware

Checking your breasts regularly is simple, quick and vital for your health Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK, and around 46,000 women are diagnosed with the disease each year in the UK, as well as 300 men. But there is good news, too. More people than ever are now surviving breast cancer – thanks to improvements in its treatment, screening and awareness. Give your breasts a ...

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Turn back time

If surgery is a no-no but you still want to look younger, here’s our guide to the latest non-invasive treatments that can take years off your look, are virtually pain-free and the recovery time is minimal. Dermal Fillers What are they? Skin loses collagen as you age and that causes lines and wrinkles. What fillers do is replace the collagen, restoring your skin back to youthful plumpness. The most pop ...

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We beat breast cancer

‘My first thought was how I was going to tell my daughters?‘ Lisa Gibson, 55, is a widow who lives in Bramhall near Stockport. She works as a human resources consultant and has two daughters Emma, 29, and Kate, 26 ‘In November 2005, I had for a routine mammogram that would change my life. Because ten days later I received a letter saying I’d been recalled. I hadn’t had any symptoms so I knew it didn’t neces ...

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While you were sleeping

A good night’s kip (and a fab night cream) can take years off you… Getting a good seven to eight hours sleep every night is essential for your health. Not only does it boost your energy levels, but it also improves your mood, concentration, brain function and even your complexion. When you’ve been burning the candle at both ends, it definitely shows as your skin can break out, your eyes c ...

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