Woman's Own

Your life, your way - every week!

Confident and upbeat, Woman's Own celebrates 40 plus women who value their family and friends and are passionate about getting the best out of life. Its 80-year heritage underpins' it as a trusted source of inspiration. Woman's Own mirrors the readers' lives and encourages them to be fantastic, without the price tag.

Every week, Woman's Own presents compelling celebrity access, a real-life features mix, which is both emotional and uplifting whilst championing health, wellbeing and value.

Real women are included throughout, from testing the newest don't-miss diets or the latest beauty must-haves. It provides leading anti-aging advice through Look Younger alongside the latest wellbeing news and essential health features.

Value for money is also a priority for Woman's Own. This core value is present throughout, from big brand discounts and deals, to cost-effective recipes and shopping bargains essential for family life today.

Through understanding the reader and enriching their everyday lives, Woman's Own has built a long, trusting and valuable 2-way relationship with a highly engaged audience. The thriving social media platforms and events programme are testament to this and coupled with the magazine, the brand reaches over 600,000 engaged women every week.

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