• The first thing people see when they meet you is your face and the skin that holds everything together, so why wouldn’t you want to take care of it? Yes, it is said that a house or a car is your biggest investment but think about it - you only get one skin in this lifetime.   Here are a few reasons why you should be investing in your skin:   

  • Perhaps even more important than makeup is skincare. It’s not that we don’t love makeup, it’s just that having the best skin is the foundation for flawless makeup. So, the first step of looking more beautiful and perfecting your makeup all starts with taking good care of your skin with the right products.

  • We’re all feeling the impact of the haze. Yes, it’s that time of year where the usually clear, sunny skies is shrouded in a thick blanket of gray and acrid haze. At PSI 155, the condition has been labelled as “unhealthy”. We are advised to get masked up, minimize our outdoor activities and chill out indoors with air filters on at full blast. While you may already be well-versed in the lifestyle dos and don’ts on hazy days, you may not be fully aware of the havoc the haze wrecks on your skin since it may not cry out in discomfort as immediately as our throats and eyes do. Let’s see how the haze can be damaging to our skin and simple ways to prevent it.

  • Loose skin can be frustrating and can impact self-esteem. While there are many ways you can develop loose skin, once you have it, it can be difficult to reverse..

  • If you pay meticulous attention to your skin, it's likely you'll have noticed small areas of discolouration and darkening. Yes, freckles are cute, but we're not talking freckles, these are larger, uneven dark patches that seem to persist on your face, neck, shoulders and hands..

  • What is hyperpigmentation? Hyperpigmentation—brown patches, marks, splotches—can be caused by excessive sun exposure, hormone imbalances, inflammation and injury to the skin. It most commonly appears on the face, neck and décolletage. It's also notoriously difficult to treat.

  • Hand washing is one of the most powerful ways to slow the spread of infectious diseases. As the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 continues to spread globally, health officials have emphasized that washing one’s hands regularly and properly is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of infection..

  • We see online claims that we can “boost” our immune system with just about everything from Vitamin C or Vitamin D to essential oils and silver nanoparticles. But how do we know which of these recommendations, if any, really work?

  • Given that makeup has become optional, and that sun exposure is kept to a minimum, and the environment we sequester ourselves in all day has changed entirely (goodbye dry office air), what then, happens to our skincare routine?

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