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Janey Lee Grace: how to stay healthy during the festive season

PUBLISHED: 12:10 17 December 2015

Just for Tummies Seasonal Survial Kit

Just for Tummies Seasonal Survial Kit

Ewan Mathers

The Radio 2 holistic health expert, Imperfectly Natural Woman author and Herts mum chooses her favourite treatments, therapies and foods in the county

The kids are in orbit already, the wish lists have been pinned in strategic places and a few invitations to parties have arrived, but how do we ensure that we stay healthy and natural across the festive season?

First off, get your digestive system in order. A great way to do that is to check out the Seasonal Survival kit (above) from Just for Tummies ( It’s NOT a licence to over-indulge massively but at least you will give your system a chance!

For getting yourself glammed up for the party season, get party ready with a relaxing home spa. Grab some organic towels, add some essential oil to the bath water and maybe place a scented natural candle on the side. Once in the water, do some skin brushing to get the circulation moving, exfoliate and then for any unwanted hair ditch the potentially toxic chemical removers and instead opt for the brilliant natural sugaring hair removal product from Sugarstripease (left) from Boots or online.

Less messy than waxing, there’s no ouch factor, just silky smooth skin. Once bathed, apply coconut oil to moisturise and when you come to apply make-up make it natural organic and hypoallergenic - such as the range from Natorigin in Herts health shops or at


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