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Grace is a freelance writer who specialises in beauty. Having started out in fashion at Vogue, she made the switch to beauty with several stints at Glamour, and has since contributed to US Vogue, Style, Stella, The Telegraph and Net-a-Porter’s The Edit. She has been a London fashion week correspondent for Allure, edits mum-face.com and is writing her first book.
Lisa Herriott is a writer, editor, nutrition nut and advocate of healthy eating and home cooking.
She co-runs healthy food hub eatwiseuk.com with her brother, sharing their passion and ideas for eating well.
A PR powerhouse with an encyclopedic knowledge of hosiery and supportive lingerie, Sidonie has one of the most enviable jobs in the world as head of communications at Wolford, Kate’s favourite hosiery brand.
After four years at Joseph (whose 1990’s low rise stretch jean had a fit yet to be beaten for those with the thicker thigh), Sidonie joined Wolford and works to advise on local and international projects for the company, in marketing, retail and wholesale, on designer collaborations, company branding, celebrity and VIP involvement, social media and “basically running around doing everything with a great team to support me!”
Linda Booth runs one of the UK’s most successful natural digestive health and gut disorders clinics. Alongside her work as a therapist, she teaches/mentors newly-qualified colon hydrotherapists how to treat IBS using her protocols. She also lectures in advanced colon hydrotherapy (sometimes known as colonic irrigation) techniques. After training with leading digestive health expert, Dr Harald Stossier (one of the top 5 digestive health doctors in the world), at the world-renowned Viva Mayr Clinic, Linda is a regular contributor to the natural health press on the topic of digestive health, and is a published author. A former Vice Chair of The Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists, Linda now sits on the Executive Committee of The IBS Network – the UK’s dedicated charity for IBS sufferers.
For over 20 years Katie has played an integral role in shaping the health, wellness and spa industry through her work with brands like Aromatherapy Associates and Space NK. She has also travelled the world to practice new therapies, learning from experts in every field and evolving her own approach to wellbeing, The Light Technique.
Blending both ancient and contemporary mind and body therapies – including Reiki, massage and visualisation, Katie offers a flexible and individual approach to treating conditions including insomnia, emotional eating and hormonal imbalances.
LA-based Vinnie has been the entertainment elite’s go-to fitness trainer for over 20 years. Three years ago, he started his own celebrity trainer podcast, which is one of the most highly rated fitness oriented podcasts on iTunes, consistently getting over half a million downloads every month.
His book, Fitness Confidential, Adventures In The Weight Loss Game, a mix of irreverent memoir and serious how-to guide to weight loss and fitness, is an Amazon best-seller, was nominated Book of the Year by Audible, and has been opted for a TV series by Sony Pictures. Vinnie is currently developing his own reality show. None of these achievements surprise us because we know Vinnie is, secretly, superman.
Joanne founded Hey Jo London, Kate’s favourite workout wear company, in 2012. Her background is in interior design, she has a deep love of fashion, sport and design, and she is passionate about colour and how it makes us feel in our everyday life.
So when she came to design her own on-the-go wear – with a focus on legs and the demands of an active wearer (although not necessarily someone who lives in the gym) – she knew the garments could never be plain black, hence the rainbow signature of her brand. Joanne lives and breathes active wear, she knows everything there is to know about the technology, fit and colours that work hardest for our legs.
Clare founded The Treatment Rooms, Brighton’s celebrated beauty salon and Legology’s home on the south coast, some 20 years ago. Renowned in professional beauty circles, she was awarded a Golden Alumni from City College Brighton and studied Ayurveda before starting in beauty 35 years ago.
Her interest in beauty is underpinned by an evolving knowledge of alternative treatments – she is currently studying Systematic Kinesiology – and how they bring balance to mind, body and spirit. Clare and Kate share a mutual love of Scotties and can sometimes be spotted on the South Downs with Rebus, Radley, Olive and Joey.
The rugby-loving professor is Kate’s go-to expert on all things vascular – he is passionate about our veins which makes him a pioneering vascular surgeon: he has developed his own Whiteley Protocol to treat abnormal veins – including varicose and thread, venus-related swelling around the ankles, and deep vein thrombosis – in the pelvis and legs.
Mark’s protocol typically delivers permanent results (not always the case with varicose veins); it involves three steps, to identify the underlying problem via ultrasound, give appropriate treatment and a cosmetic finish. He has clinics in London, Guildford, Bristol and Birmingham.
When you visit our website, our blog, or use our applications, with the help of our third party authorised agents, we may collect certain anonymous information about your visit. For example, when you browse our website or our blog we may monitor statistics including but not limited to the number of people that visit these websites, peak hours of visits, from which domain our visitors come (e.g., aol.com, hotmail.com) and which browsers people use to visit these websites (e.g., Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer), geographical information, etc. In addition, we may also collect information about your browsing behaviour, such as the date and time you accessed the website, the areas or pages of the website that you visit, the amount of time you spend viewing the website, the number of times you return to the website and other click-stream data. All of this information helps us to build a better experience for you.
Personally identifiable information is any information about you as an individual, such as your name, address, telephone number, credit card number and billing information, birth date, email, profile information, and purchase history. Whether or not you provide your personally identifiable information to us is completely up to you, but if you choose not to provide the information we request, you may be unable to use some of our services.
Below are some examples of when we may collect personally identifiable information from you.
When you place an order through our website, we require that you provide your name, email, shipping/billing address, phone number, credit card number and its expiration date in order to process and track your order. We may also maintain a record of your product purchases. The information you provide is used to process your order and ensure it is delivered to you. We collect your email address and telephone number so we can let you know details about your order and when it has been shipped.
Credit card and payment details are processed by Paypal or Stripe. Legology does not store your payment details.
We fulfil your orders ourselves and we use the details you provide to identify the best delivery method and to ensure your order is delivered to you as requested.
When you create an account on our website, we ask for your full name and email address. We also ask you to create a password to access your account. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account and password. You do not need an account to make an online purchase, but you will need to create an account to access some rewards we offer.
You can sign up on our website to receive promotional emails from us. If you sign up to receive our emails, we will ask for your name and email address. If you no longer wish to receive marketing emails from us, you can unsubscribe at the bottom of every email, or you can contact us at email@example.com and we can unsubscribe for you.
When you use one of our applications on Facebook, we will request your permission to access certain personally identifiable information on Facebook, such as your name, profile picture, gender, networks, user ID, list of friends, and other profile information. Depending on the application, you may have the opportunity to post reviews, questions, answers and other content to the application. You can change certain settings relating to these applications through your account and privacy settings on Facebook.
If you contact us to give us feedback or ask questions about our website or any products, we may store your communications, including any personally identifiable information you include in them, so we can effectively respond to you.
We collect this information to serve you better and to provide you with a customised experience while using our website. We may use your personally identifiable information to:
– fulfill a request from you, such as to send you catalogues, promotional emails or email notifications
– fulfill and deliver your orders
– tell you about our new products services and offers
– respond to your comments, feedback or questions
– contact you if necessary while processing an order
– generate web analytics to compile user data for marketing purposes. If you would rather not receive promotional emails from us, please see the section titled “Opting Out” below.
We may also combine the personally identifiable information you provide us with other personal information about you (such as demographic and past purchase information) from our records and from other sources, such as address update services. We may use this combined information for future marketing initiatives and to help us improve our website presentation, our blog, our applications, and your overall shopping experience. We may share aggregate data about our customers with third parties, including advertisers and marketing partners. This information does not identify individual customers.
On occasion we may also share a portion of our postal mailing list (which includes our customers’ names and postal addresses) with other companies or organisations who want to market products or services to you. We may also share your name, postal address and transactional information (including information about your past purchases but not any payment information) with third parties for marketing purposes, unless you direct us not to (see “Opting Out” section below). We do not ever rent or sell your email address with these organisations or with other third parties for marketing purposes.
We may also share your personally identifiable information with third parties that perform services for us, such as our affiliates, advertisers, partners, potential business partners, vendors, and other unaffiliated entities. These companies and individuals are hired to perform functions on our behalf, such as fulfilling and processing orders, processing credit card payments, performing data and marketing analysis, and providing customer support. While such third parties may be provided with access to personally identifiable information needed to perform their function, they may not use or disclose such data for any other purpose. Additionally, our service providers are contractually required to maintain all the information collected for us in strict confidence.
For fraud protection and compliance with law, we may disclose any information, including personally identifiable information, that we deem necessary.
In the event another company buys the assets or ownership interests in Legology, your personally identifiable information may then belong to that other company.
Any information you submit in a user comment to be posted on our website (such as comments on our blog, reviews or comments, questions or answers), including any personally identifiable information, will not be treated as confidential and may be publicly disclosed.
Our applications may include features that can provide you with location-based information if you tell us where you are (i.e., by allowing your mobile device to send us your location). If you want to deactivate this feature, please contact your carrier for information on how you can disable location services on your mobile device.
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At no point do our cookies or those of our third parties store your personal payment information.
We use Google Analytics, Google Double-Click, Google Adwords to understand and monitor the effectiveness of our site.
We have classified our cookies into two different types; First and Third party cookies. First party cookies are the cookies that we have set so that we can offer you a fully functional experience when shopping our site. Third party cookies are set by our business partners such as Social Media – Twitter, Facebook and YouTube which we use to display video content.
Please note: It is possible to turn off your cookies through your website browser settings using “Private Browsing mode whilst viewing this site (called “Incognito” in Chrome, “In Private” for Internet Explorer, “Private Browsing” in Firefox and Safari etc), however this will affect the functionality and experience of our site.
We use non-personal identifiable information for internal business and marketing purposes and to help administer and improve our website for your shopping and user experience. We may use the information you provide in aggregate form for internal business purposes to analyse trends and site traffic patterns to improve our content, merchandise, and services.
Our website is not intended for children. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children. Although children under 13 may look at our website, they are not permitted to make a purchase, create an account, enter a competition, poll or other promotion, submit a customer survey, sign-up for emails or post comments on our blog. If you are under 13 and would like to make a purchase, please ask a parent or guardian to place the order for you.
We work in accordance with industry standards to protect the security of your personal information both online and offline. Personally identifiable information is stored on computer servers in a controlled environment that is reasonably protected from unauthorised misuse or disclosure. We use available technology and other techniques to implement systems such as firewalls, and/or encryption to secure marketing data transfers.
Orders placed on our website are encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, an industry standard that is used by vendors to ensure the security of online business. It negotiates and employs the essential functions of mutual authentication, data encryption, and data integrity for secure transactions.
We take special steps to safeguard your personal information and since your password is protected, only you can access your account information. We recommend that you keep your password private and always sign-off of your account and close your browser when you are finished shopping. If you have any questions about security on our website, please Contact Us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to opt out of receiving promotional emails from us, please follow the unsubscribe instructions located at the bottom of each email.
If you would like to opt out of receiving direct mail or telephone marketing calls from us, or if you prefer that we not share your personal information with third parties for marketing purposes, please send your request, including your name, email, street address, city, county, and postcode, via email to email@example.com (please use the subject line: Privacy Opt-Out Request).
We are not responsible for notices that are not labelled or sent improperly, or do not have complete information. We will process your request within 30 days of the date we receive your request, but you may, in the meantime, receive previously scheduled emails, mail or calls from us. Once you have opted out, you do not need to do so again.
Please note that we may still use your personal information (and may share your information with our service providers) to provide you with services, including sending you administrative and transaction-related emails, relating to your online shopping needs and your other activity on our website.
You can update, change or delete certain personal information (such as your email address, mailing address and payment method) on our website by clicking “My Account” in the menu at the top of each page, log in, and you will be able to edit or change your information.
You can also update or change your email address by clicking “Update Profile” at the bottom of each promotional email you receive from us.
We will post the revised policy here, which at that time will be effective immediately. If you would like more information about this policy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orders are processed between Monday and Friday. Please place your order before 3pm to enable us to ship your order that day.
We aim to have your order delivered to you within 3 – 10 working days for UK orders, 7 – 21 working days for European orders and 7 – 21 working days for International orders.
We hope you will be delighted with your order. However, if for any reason you are not completely satisfied we are happy to offer a refund, exchange or replacement on all goods returned to us within 14 days of your receipt of goods provided they are in their original, unopened and unused condition. Please follow these steps to return your goods to Legology:
1 Please email us at email@example.com to inform us that you wish to return an item and whether you would like a refund, replacement or exchange. Please provide us with your customer order number, which is found on the email confirming your order from Paypal, and details of the item you wish to return.
2 Please return your package by recorded delivery (retaining your recorded delivery receipt as proof of postage) to Legology Ltd, 19 Branksea St, London, SW6 6TT.
3 All returned goods will be examined upon receipt because for reasons of hygiene we are unable to offer refunds, replacements or exchanges on any opened or used goods. We will process your return as quickly as possible and notify you by email once your refund, replacement or exchange has been processed.
During busy periods, please allow a maximum of 30 working days for your refund, replacement or exchange to be processed. Your payment for the goods will be refunded by Legology as soon as possible by the original payment method, no later than 30 days after we have received the goods. Please note that delivery charges are not refunded. Your statutory rights are not affected.
By purchasing through the Legology website you are agreeing to its terms and conditions.
We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any third parties. Our payment gateway is via a secure server ensuring your details are safe at all times.
Payment is via Paypal and can also be made with any major credit or debit card. We must receive full, cleared payment for an order before we despatch the goods.
You will be sent an email to notify you that payment was successful; please retain this email. Orders that are returned to us due to an incomplete or incorrect address provided will not be returned to the customer and only resent at the customer’s expense.
Former Beauty Editor of Glamour UK for five years, Philippa is a freelance beauty and lifestyle journalist and copy writer with almost ten years experience. As well as Glamour, she has worked at many other magazines including Cosmopolitan and Red and has interviewed the likes of Kate Winslet, Liv Tyler and Stella McCartney as well as numerous professional makeup artists, hair stylists and industry experts. Alongside her role as Associate Editor of Lift Off, she continues to write for many women’s magazines and beauty websites, including Byrdie UK as Contributing Editor.
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Kate has had a long and varied career in beauty. She started at Harpers Bazaar (then Harpers & Queen) in the late Eighties and has since broadcasted for TV and radio, and written beauty columns for the Daily Mail, the Express, the Sunday Telegraph and, for 14 years, the Telegraph Magazine.
Her passion is the beauty and welfare of our legs, and she founded Legology in 2013, launching it at Liberty London with a mission to offer women a high performance brand which performs brilliantly and is a joy to use and wear.
As part of that Kate has created the ultimate destination for all leggy matters – a place to get the best advice and development updates in leg care from the world’s leading experts – which is what the Legology site and bi-weekly e-zine Lift Off aims to provide in Legology’s inimitable style.