FROM THE ED­I­TOR

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - YOUR HEALTHY WEEK AHEAD - – ELIN

When it comes to sun­screen, how good are you at wear­ing it as of­ten as you should? Did you know that a whop­ping 78 per cent of Aussies don’t wear sun­screen ev­ery day and it’s mainly be­cause of aes­thetic rea­sons? In an at­tempt to lower that num­ber, we’ve put to­gether the lat­est info on the safety guide­lines sur­round­ing sun­screen, as well as the lat­est prod­ucts with for­mu­las to suit ev­ery skin type.

With sum­mer about to start, it’s es­sen­tial read­ing on page 10.

Else­where in this is­sue, we get the low­down on how A-list ac­tor Chris Hemsworth main­tains his im­pres­sive physique – and how it’s pos­si­ble for any­one to train like him in just 20 min­utes a day.

Yes, it turns out that you don’t need to be a Hol­ly­wood star to eat, train and work out like one. On page 6, Chris’ trainer, Luke Zoc­chi, lifts the lid on the moves and meals that will help to get you into your best shape yet.

Speak­ing of healthy eat­ing, ever sus­pected that your favourite treats might be af­fect­ing your com­plex­ion? From ‘wine face’ and ‘cheese chin’ to ‘choco­late cheeks’, your di­etary vices could be play­ing havoc with your face.

The good news is that you can turn things around in just three weeks. Check out page 4 to find out how. Have a great week!

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