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Guest post with EF Medispa

Guest post with EF Medispa

We have worked with EF Medispa, one of the UK's first medical spas and leading skin clinics in the country, on different events in the past. With the summer approaching, it is the best time to get some beauty tips on how to care for your skin from the outside from the experts directly and EF Medispa team answered some of the most basic questions about beauty care. Describe the ethos behind EF Medispa We are results driven, treating clients concerns rather than providing a set menu of treatments. We focus on providing the best quality of services by constantly training...

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How to deal with DOMS after a workout

How to deal with DOMS after a workout

We all know and have experienced them at some point. DOMS have a sneaky way of hitting anywhere between 24 and 48 hours post vigorous workout. The muscles are hurting, the staircase somehow tripled overnight and it hurts to sit, stand or walk. Not fun. Understanding what really goes on in the body can help you to keep on pushing forward, and do as much as possible to make friends with the DOMS. Ok, maybe not friends, but at least not an enemy.   DOMS are good. In fact, they are great. We feel pain when there is a change in the...

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Under The Eye of The Media

Under The Eye of The Media

CPRESS team has been enjoying the overflow of beautiful reviews and articles mentioning our brand, from individual products, juice cleanses to our locations. Here is few of our favourite pieces we want to share with you. Simply click on the links below and enjoy the read!     

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Organic coffee

Organic coffee

Coffee is one of the hardest crops to grow. Its natural habitat is at high elevations, best in the shade of the trees to achieve a complete harmony with nature. This nature's shelter provides protection from migrating birds and natural disintegration of healthy soil. The coffee drinking society demands as much as 12billion pounds of coffee to be supplied per year. This is not an easy task for the supply to fulfil. As coffee is very prone to be affected by insects and fungus, non-organic coffee growers treat their crops using synthetic fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides - a real mouthful with a...

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