Good Housekeeping magazine was first published in 1885. Its first British edition appeared in 1922. Famous writers who have contributed to the magazine over the years have included the likes of Somerset Maugham, Edwin Markham, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Frances Parkinson Keyes, A. J. Cronin, Virginia Woolf and Evelyn Waugh. And with its well-known Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval it’s been a highly respected presence in many women’s lives for over a hundred years.
And then there’s this: “The magazine advocated pure food as early as 1905, helping to lead to the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. It prohibited the advertising of cigarettes in the magazine in 1952, 12 years before the Surgeon General‘s warning labels were required on cigarette packs. During the 1930s, it endorsed the Ludlow Amendment, which sought to require that any declaration of war, except in the event of an invasion, be ratified by a direct vote of the citizenry.”
Not bad huh?
Anyway, the point of this blog post isn’t just to go on about what a great publication Good Housekeeping is. The point of this blog post is to highlight the fact that they recently featured a rather good piece on laser hair removal. Entitled ‘Everything You Need To Know Before Trying Laser Hair Removal’ it provides a very decent overview of what to expect with the treatment. It’s level-headed and sensible and comes from a very reputable source. So it’s well worth a look if you’re thinking of laser hair removal.
‘Everything You Need To Know Before Trying Laser Hair Removal (link: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/anti-aging/a35990/laser-hair-removal-guide)
And once you’ve had a look at that, why not take a look at our own page where you’ll find more detailed information of what to expect and how at the Doctors Laser Surgery we deliver only the very best, the safest and the most effective treatment?