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Top Performance From British R&D
Driven by research and study with UK athletes and men who attend the gym 3x per week. All the products were researched and developed with UK athletes to naturally combat against dry skin, jock itch, muscle inflammation as well as contact with fungal infections from those often nasty changing rooms.
We use natural plant extracts that will not cause irritation or inflame the skin. The plant extracts are anti inflammatory and have recently been shown in lab testing at Birmingham university to have large amounts of fatty acids, which is a key component to healthy skin cells.
Also, recent data from two trials presented at the American Academy of Dermatology show a natural based regimen delivers improved skin health vs. dermatologist recommended synthetic counterparts - this is a breakthrough for those with issues such DOMS, dry skin and body acne.
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SUPPORTING HOMELESS CRISIS CHARITY
The average age of homeless men is between 36 and 45 years old. The average age of death for people experiencing homelessness is 45. People sleeping on the street are almost 17 times more likely to have been victims of violence. More than one in three people sleeping rough have been deliberately hit or kicked or experienced some other form of violence whilst homeless.
Homeless people are over nine times more likely to take their own life than the general population. People become homeless for lots of different reasons. There are social causes of homelessness, such as a lack of affordable housing, poverty and unemployment; and life events which push people into homelessness. Many people become homeless because they can no longer afford the rent.
And for many, life events like a relationship breaking down, losing a job, mental or physical health problems, or substance misuse put people under considerable strain. Being homeless can, in turn, make many of these problems even harder to resolve. However, in nearly all cases homelessness is preventable and in every case, it can be ended.
Cases are expected to rise sharply in the next 2 years as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to have repercussions on our economy and what that means for jobs, property prices and increase in goods, such as foods and utilities. An increase in mental health cases un the UK could mean a recipe for a national crisis.
We donate a percentage of each sale you make on our website to homeless charities on your behalf.