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Soothe tired eyes, reduce fine lines and do away with dark circles with one of these hard-working creams

Real bodies: Hangover rule one: do not look in a mirror

When you've been on the sauce, your skin is the first thing to suffer. ANNALISA BARBIERI explains how to make it better

Fresh lead in Caroline murder

DETECTIVES HUNTING the killer of Caroline Dickinson, who was raped and murdered on a school trip to France, are following a new lead, it emerged yesterday. It involves a man who resembles a photofit of the prime suspect and who is linked to another attack on a schoolgirl.

Only the bare necessities

Wherever you're going you can't take the bathroom cabinet. ANNALISA BARBIERI selects your essential holiday beauty kit

Children's clothes to carry sun warnings

NATIONAL GUIDELINES will be launched today to help protect children from the sun's harmful rays by labelling sun-resistant garments.

Real Bodies: Importance of Erno

A skincare regime set up in Budapest in 1927 is still streets ahead, says ANNALISA BARBIERI

Ageing `reversed by sun creams'

ONLY TWO of the countless creams and lotions on the market that claim to combat ageing are any use, a skin expert said yesterday.

Sun creams `help reverse skin's ageing'

ONLY TWO of the countless creams and lotions on the market that claim to combat ageing are any use, a skin expert said yesterday.

Real Business: Spotty horror show

There's not much that's good about turning 30, but at least you kiss acne goodbye. If only, says HESTER LACEY

The evidence: The gardener's portable office

Paul Thompson designs gardens both in Britain and abroad. He has also presented Garden Doctors for Channel 4

Real Bodies: Behind the lines

Nothing is going to get rid of wrinkles, but some face creams really do help, says ANNALISA BARBIERI

Sports Letters: Ugly truth

Sir: A letter (27 January) referred to sport being a source of pleasure... not warfare by other means. Sadly the word sport is quite discredited. We hear much of drug-enhanced performance and the endemic power of money, but baser instincts reveal themselves in excessive triumphalism. If sport is a metaphor for life, then we are finished, as the ugliness portrayed in triumphal gestures and facial masks can only be bettered by the higher primates.

Beauty and the budget

Senior Superdrug buyer Theresa Sainsbury is a woman with a mission - to provide quality skincare at super-low prices, says Cayte Williams

Fashion: Dream creams

Is it Worth It?: Kanebo Sensai's Ex Series anti-ageing lotions are wrinkle-inducingly dear, sighs Lucy Williams

Cleanse Tone Moisturise: Pleasure in a jar

These days, the classiest products come from the most surprising places. Annalisa Barbieri on skincare from Muji and others

Comment: Two bitter blows for this once great nation

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Abject leadership is allowing football’s age-old sores to fester

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