Anti-aging care starts as young as you can as preventative measures. First signs of wrinkles or age spots can appear at any time of your adulthood. Dry skin can happen even from birth. So what are the ways to manage these signs of ‘aging’?
Does your skincare reflect whatever its label is stating? Do you know what all those numbers and claims actually mean? We have broken it down in to sections for you to understand your skincare choices better.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Besides using sunscreens, what else can you do to have brighter, whiter skin? Here are some options that you may or may not know about.
Often hailed as the “Queen of Roses”, Rosa damascena has been used for centuries in skincare and other products. Roses have long been a symbol of love and beauty, and are constantly sought after for their beneficial uses.
Japanese products are well-known for their best standards and quality, but what attributes of the Japanese culture relate to this remarkable differences for mass choice of Japanese products?
[INFOGRAPHIC] They may sound like the same thing, but actually they function differently. Find out if it’s sunblock or sunscreen that you need!
It may be a “normal” sign of aging, but it shouldn’t have to be that way. Find out ways to deal with hyperpigmentation!
[INFOGRAPHIC] Ostrich and Emu oil has been used in the personal care and skincare industry for a while now, but why do we use them?
Prevent hyperpigmentation from appearing by starting early! Here are the top 5 concerns about hyperpigmentation that you would need to know.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Our favourite calming tea has more benefits than just giving you a good night’s sleep. Tackling skin problems should be its new superpowers!
Halal skincare products, like any other product, do display a certain appeal for Muslim women. With the array of skincare products, it is difficult to know which provides you with the most benefits. Find other key takeaways from understanding Halal skincare here.
The skin forms the largest organ of the body. It performs many important functions including protecting the body from trauma, regulating body temperature, maintaining electrolyte and water balance, sensing pleasant and painful stimuli and synthesizing Vitamin D.
[INFOGRAPHIC] All the benefits & information of green tea in a simple-to-read guide! Get your antioxidants in now 🙂
Over the phone, Ginny was really excited for Katherine. After all, an offer to visit Japan! Hopefully it is as simple as it sounds.
Our largest body organ play host to a group of microorganisms known as Skin Flora. It is our job to protect them, and we discover how is it to do so!
Drink it, apply it, mix it – there are many uses to the plant family of Chamomile. Highly regarded for it’s calming properties, Chamomile is beneficial for not only your skin health.
#MatchaTeaIsLife stats had gone up for the past few days. There has been new videos added on Instagram and YouTube regarding green tea, too! It’s getting exciting.
pH 5.5 is perceived to be the most suitable pH of skincare products. But is this value absolutely true for everyone with different skin types? Is this absolute value even “absolutely” true?
[INFOGRAPHIC] There are various types of alcohol found to be used in skincare, and not all are harmful to you. Find out here!
Skin flora, microbiome, are a group of micro-organism living on the surface of our skin. They form a symbiosis relationship with us, in which we supply them with nutrients as food, while they produce substances we need and decompose waste for us. Keeping them in healthy will benefit will give us good skin condition.