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PUBLISHED: 16:04 18 September 2009 | UPDATED: 16:14 20 February 2013

Star goats' milk drinkers: Olivia, Ella and Josh Lee from Gerrards Cross

Star goats' milk drinkers: Olivia, Ella and Josh Lee from Gerrards Cross

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Gerrards Cross siblings star on pack
Siblings Ella (8), Josh (6) and Olivia Lee (4) from Gerrards Cross, are to be featured on half a million cartons of St Helen's Farm goat's milk that are sold in leading supermarkets across the country. Two years ago the children's mother, Liz Lee, switched Josh from traditional cows' milk products to goats' milk to help with his eczema and asthma. Shortly afterwards she noticed a real improvement in both ailments and when her other children also showed slight eczema symptoms, she introduced them to the milk, too.
Liz says: "All three of the children enjoy the taste of goats' milk. When people come round for tea or coffee they often end up with goats' milk in it, as none of us now drink any cows' milk!" Yorkshire based St Helen's Farm heard about the Lee family when Liz emailed and told them about their positive experience with the milk and the farm decided to feature their story on the cartons.

Pureology from Electric
Electric Reading has just announced the European debut of the Pureology Serious Colour Care range of shampoos, available only at the award-winning salon. The Pureology Antifade Complex and Zero Sulfate shampoos are said to help optimise colour retention and radiance and comes with a 100 per cent no colour fade money back guarantee from L'Oreal. Tel: 0118 957 1010.

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Enriched Dead Sea Foot Soak

The Enriched Dead Sea Foot Soak with Dead Sea salts and seaweed revives and revitalises tired feet, price £25. The aromatic Ylang Ylang Oil leaves you feeling relaxed whilst the peppermint and menthol oils will invigorate. It's one of a range of four gorgeous products that also include Pumice Foot Polish, Crème Souffle and Citrus Ice Gel from Delightful Footnotes, a Reading-based company set up in 2007 by Dee Edwards, a registered pedicurist and manicurist.
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Pamper yourself for a good cause
Ascot Natural Health Centre, the recently-launched clinic in Sunninghill High Street, is holding an open afternoon and evening where you can try out a number of therapies such as the Bowen Technique and Indian Head Massage. All you pay is £10 and proceeds go to Thames HospiceCare. There will also be talks on nutrition and allergies and a proportion of any subsequent treatments booked will also go to the charity. The day runs from 3pm-9pm and no booking is necessary. For more information call 01344 291711.

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