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’?
We go through the lifestyle common to Singapore women of age 40+ and how these affect their skin, together with natural remedies recommendations.
Bitter orange flower oil is also called Neroli Oil. It is anti-anxiety, anticancer, anti-obesity, antioxidant, antibacterial, antidiabetic, and pesticidal.
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.
Geranium oil is famous for the treatment of wrinkles and dry skin. It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and soothing properties.
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.
Recorded in Compendium of Materia to Medica in China’s Ming Dynasty, acient Chinese and Japanese has since found the powerful beauty effects of pearl powder.
These are the botanical oils you will find common across many natural and organic skincare brands. These oils have multiple beneficial qualities and this article will list them in detail.
Ladies join the workforce in their 20s. The working environment poses challenges and changes to the lifestyle and habits, some result in skin and health problems. This article provides various remedies and advice.