Health and wellbeing


National Spa Week

4 - 9 November 

National Spa Week aims to raise public awareness of the real physical, mental and emotional benefits that regular spa attendance can offer. Regular spa attendance for the whole family is a cultural norm in many parts of Europe. In the UK we still tend to view it as a once in a blue moon‚treat rather than a weekly or monthly essential.


History of Spas

Soaking in 'thermal waters' is certainly not a recent discovery. Throughout the ages, the interest in 'taking to the waters' for health and medicinal purposes has intrigued nations for centuries. Click below to read more...


Health and wellbeing

73% of women don’t know what goes into their period care products

Research by Yoppie, the pioneers of personalised period care, has found that 73% of women are unsure about what chemicals and materials go into their period care and who can blame them as it’s not currently a legal requirement to list composition on the packaging.


Gaia Spa Boringdon, Devon

Escape to the edges of idyllic Dartmoor this Winter for a relaxing and reviving spa break at 5* Boringdon Hall and Gaia Spa. Enjoy a two-nights’ stay with breakfast each morning and a 45 minute spa treatment as part of the Winter Warmer Spa Break. Gaia Spa is the idyllic place to visit for a relaxing spa day to focus on regaining balance and harmony. 


Sarah Harding and the Reality of Breast Cancer Care during Covid

Need2Know Books explores the lack of breast cancer care women are facing due to Covid.  The Publisher is giving free digital access to The Essential Guide to Breast Cancer, and a paperback copy of the book is available with a 30% discount enter N2k30off at checkout.

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Health and wellbeing

Campaign to publicise little-known condition affecting one in ten women

One in ten women of childbearing age have polycystic ovary syndrome and it can prevent them getting pregnant. Click below to find out more...