Nedahl Stelio They frame your face and changed Elizabeth Hurley's life, but how does the swankiest salon in Sydney shape up?
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Eleanor Pendleton New research has emerged on "skin-cell fatigue" and how it may – or may not – be tackled by beauty products.
Nedahl Stelio Is there a way to erase the "tired" from your face?
MJ Angel The official numbers aren't yet in but it's estimated that Aussies spent more than $600 million last year on non-invasive cosmetic procedures such as Botox, fillers and other skin rejuvenation...
Beauty: Is it worth it?
Nedahl Stelio It hits me when I'm going to see a gig for the first time in years (Phoenix at the Hordern, they were brilliant).
Snail mucus, anyone?
Eleanor Pendleton From bee venom to snail mucus, we look at some of the weird and wonderful ingredients appearing in beauty products.
Poppy King has emerged as the new face of feminism, Lisa Armstrong writes.
Jacqueline Maley The face matters, as does the decolletage, although the critic will generally deploy a far less polite term when referring to it.
Cassy Small While our desire to defy age and improve our appearance will not change, the methods in which we do this will.
Sarah Berry Surgery is on the wane as celebrities embrace "natural" beauty fixes.
Natasha Silva-Jelly We've searched high and low for products that work without breaking the bank. This week: body and bath.
Natasha Hughes Product ingredients can be highly effective but very confusing - so which ones count?
Natasha Hughes Turning 40 may be no big deal any more but feeling your age has got to happen one day.
Natasha Hughes Beauty expert Natasha Hughes answers your questions.
Natasha Silva-Jelly The latest beauty trends can be summed up with "good things come in small doses".
Renae Leith-Manos Excess processed sugar in your diet, even in small amounts can cause dark circles, wrinkles, dehydrate skin and can fast track the aging process.
Natasha Hughes Beauty tips to help you look good after exercise.
Fountain of youth
Rachel Wells A growing number of men and women are ditching Botox injections for so-called ''nocedure'' or ''no trace'' anti-ageing treatments that promise to wind back the clock without the telltale signs.
Natasha Silva Jelly Can a DNA profile help to prevent the signs of ageing?
Sally Williams Recycling tummy tuck by-products has become a big business. But do patients have a right to know where their unwanted fat ends up?