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What’s the Craic?..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Directory of health


HealthDirectory.ie is Ireland’s newest on-line health directory tailored specifically to conventional and complementary health practitioners and health related service providers.


Created by Catherine Breen from Wexford, the website gives the general public free access to information about practitioners in Ireland.


Big bookof beauty


Flair Hair & Beauty Supplies have launched their new Beauty Source Book for 2011/12. It’s packed with over 8000 pages of products and innovations from the world of beauty.


Flair now offer free delivery on all orders over €50*+vat when you place your order online, and they offer 10% off first order discount.


The catalogue can be viewed online at www.fl air.ie, or through Flair’s Facebook page at www.fl air.ie/fb


“Health Directory.ie is an easy to navigate site containing contact and website details about a host of conventional and complementary practitioners, such as dentists, help lines, physiotherapists, chiropodists, nutritionists, children’s health professionals and so much more,” explains Catherine.


Making up fundraising


This month the MakeupFabLicious Academy in Dame Street, Dublin is running a series of ‘ladies days’ make-up lessons in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation. Every Saturday in May the Academy is holding three-hour workshops for women who want to learn


Awesome offer


Buttercups Uniforms are still running thier special offer, with three for the price of two on regular stock ordered over the phone. They also have a selection of items in their clearance sale online with stock starting at just €5.


To view the brochure of their full range online now go to www.buttercupsuniforms.com.


HealthDirectory.ie founder Catherine Breen


how to flawlessly apply their own make-up and also how to create a list of key cosmetic must-haves. Plus attendees will receive free gifts from NYC Cosmetics, Inglot and The Make-up Store. So why not have a fun day out with your friends whilst raising much needed funds for breast cancer research.


Find out more at www.makeupfablicious.com


Healthy living day for a good cause


Enjoy a fun day of health and beauty advice plus help to raise funds for Amma Ireland on Saturday 28th May at the Stillorgan Park Hotel in south Dublin.


‘The Nature of Health and Beauty’ course is being hosted by health and complementary therapy expert Eoin McCuirc, and will enable you to learn some new lifeskills to keep you in tip top condition.


Amma Ireland’s charitable institutions in Kerala, India encompass a vast array of charitable projects including a multi-speciality hospital providing free care for the poor, educational institutions, vocational training centres, an orphanage, hospices, and evergrowing community welfare services.


Find out more about the healthy living day, contact Lana on 087 355 9983 or email lanabc@ireland.com


The Doctor’s Collection


Profound Skin Care originally developed by Dr Nicolas J Daniello: the only range to offer results on over 30 skin conditions in just 3 simple steps.


Profound’s high level of active ingredients, including Vitamins, herbs and peptides offer dramatic results from peels, unique facial protocols and microdermabrasion.


Skin smoothing, pore reducing ingredients can retexturise the skin within 21 days.


Profound Skincare The Doctor’s Collection


14 01 677 7911 sales@annemcdevitt.com


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