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Sunday, 8 January 2017


Self-help expert Dr Pam Spurr’s Five Top Beauty Tips –

Let’s face it, what’s most important is what’s on the inside. But it lifts your mood when you look after yourself on the outside too!
Here are my five top beauty tips:

1/ Always carry your eye cream in your bag. I apply mine multiple times per day - especially being a ‘smiley’ person it helps keep that delicate area moisturised.

2/ Exfoliate once a week – I alternate between an exfoliator with granules and an exfoliating mask. It can overstimulate your skin if you exfoliate more frequently than this. But leave it too long and your skin will lack lustre with the build-up of dead cells.

Dr Pam with Rylan on the set of #CBB

3/ Always use sunblock, even on a cloudy day! (I wish I’d started this sooner!) The sun’s rays can penetrate cloud cover and damages your skin.

Dr Pam out and about with Steven Smith

4/ Change-up your face products every few months. I absolutely believe that just as with shampoo, your skin gets ‘used’ to having the same products applied. Good to shake things up and try a new range.

5/ After damage to the back of my hands from a serious skin infection (after being bitten by spiders) I found that mesotherapy treatment on them from Dr Iryna has helped smooth out the damaged tissue. The great thing about this treatment is it can be applied to all sorts of areas like your décolletage and facial skin.

Dr Pam Spurr is an award-winning radio presenter, TV guest/pundit, self-help and relationship expert, and life coach. She can be found on Twitter @DrPamSpurr and online at

She regularly appears as a contributor on countless TV programmes including, for 13 years, being one of the main resident experts on the Big Brother spin-off shows, she is a regular phone-in expert for This Morning, Loose Women, LK Today, Daybreak, GMB, The Wright Stuff, BBC Breakfast, etc.
Pam is doing a run of Saturday night talk shows the Talk Radio at present and has previously presented shows on Heart FM London for five years and LBC 97.3 for four and a half years. She can be heard on radio weekly as a freelance contributor and presenter – most recently having presented a month long special for BBC radio western regions on Saturday and Sunday nights, a week-long daily special contributing to BBC regionals across the regions, and she has a weekly slot on a Heart FM region.
Dr Pam writes on a weekly basis for national newspapers and has had, for five years, a highly successful online sex and relationship column with the Sun, but also gives quotes and writes feature articles for the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, the Express, and The Times.
Pam also writes for a variety of magazines giving quotes to outlets from Heat to Take a Break, from Cosmo to Glamour, and more.
She writes about everything from celebrity behaviour analysis, dream analysis, sex, love, dating and relationships, to anxiety and phobias. Pam is regularly on radio talking about these types of topics and more.


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