According to the paper the prime minister is expected to say Britain must regain full control of its borders and unite after the division caused by the EU referendum vote. Image caption "May's Brexit battle plan" is the headline on the front of the Sunday Express, which says the prime minister will get "tough with Brussels" by saying Britain will leave the single market and customs union if it cannot take back control of its borders. Image caption The Times leads on a story that says Donald Trump is planning to hold a summit with Vladimir Putin within weeks of becoming the US president. The newspaper says this will "emulate Ronald Reagan's Cold War deal-making" in Reykjavik with Mikhail Gorbachev. Image caption The NHS winter crisis is the lead story on the front of the Observer. It says patients with cancer are having their operations cancelled with increasing regularity in an "alarming escalation" of the pressures faced by the health service. Image caption The Mail on Sunday also leads on the A&E winter crisis with a poll it says found that 78% of voters want to see cuts to Britain's foreign aid budget and have the money diverted to the NHS. Image caption "Floored NHS" is the headline on the Sunday Mirror. It pictures a two-year-old girl who it claims was "struggling to breathe lying on the floor for eight hours" in A&E as it also focuses on the NHS winter "crisis".
Sukari Babyfacial ($80) was quietly hiding on my shelf. I love the companys sunscreen , but hadnt opened this release because I was convinced it was way too strong for my sensitive skin (as the label lets you know, it contains a pretty high 25 percent AHAs and 2 percent BHA). I can handle a little glycolic and lactic acid, but I was sure this level would leave me totally red and end up giving my face a whole new slew of issues. Turns out, it IS strong. You can really feel it working on your face. Its not a full-on, cant-tolerate-it burning, but there is a sensation as you wear it, yet somehow when you wash it off, theres absolutely ZERO redness. The company says its because of the way they formulated ittheres a pH of 3.5 and the acids (theres also citric, salicylic, tartaric) were specifically selected to work in a way thats not irritating. Throw in some calming ingredients like milk thistle, enzymatic, dead skineliminator pumpkin ferment and the powerful vitamin of niacinamide, and you've got yourself a potent product. The end result: I can honestly liken it to a mild, in-office peel .
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