A year ago, my friend and I set up a way to help those unable to afford even toothpaste or tampons
Last year, while filming a report on homelessness for the BBC, I noticed a small box under the front desk of a homeless shelter. In it were single tampons, disposable razors, mini toothpaste tubes and mismatched tablets of soap. These, I discovered, were brought in by members of staff and volunteers, so that when homeless clients had a job or a housing interview, a health appointment, a period,...
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It can be surprisingly disappointing when cosmetics companies stop selling much-loved lipsticks or foundations. So customers are finding clever ways to stockpile them – or get them back on the shelves
For some of us, losing a favourite lipstick can be a little like losing a lover. Both are something we come to rely on, often on a daily basis, to lift our spirits and comfort and reassure us. “When you find that holy grail product, and discover one year later that it’s vanished from the shelves,...