Mindful self-care tips to manage cabin fever this P2-HA. Just as we were making good progress on improving the COVID-19 situation here in Singapore, life throws us a curveball and [...]
Only the best for the best. Not sure about you, but the first thing we notice about celebrities is their skin. (we may or may not be guilty of appreciating [...]
Face mapping, also known as face reading, is an ancient medical practice that stems from traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda teaching. Essentially, your face is seen as a map that can help you identify issues that your body may be having. This is done by associating parts of your face to specific organs or body parts.
5 beauty products you should never share with your Best Friend Forever
Embarrassing to-die-for secrets. Your first crushes. Your alter-ego outside of your perfect social media posts. The colour of your poop (what??? Eeks!). We get it - nothing can be TMI (too much info!) between you and your BFF. Sharing is definitely caring but before you start putting your makeup bag up as Shared Property… STOP! Simply put -- sharing skincare/cosmetics also mean trading germs, bacteria, fungi and viruses.
Most of us have a skincare routine that we stick to out of habit… but what if you are repeating the wrong steps?
Here are 5 of the top skincare mistakes we are all guilty of:
1. Washing your face too many times: Most people are under the impression that cleansing your face more often can lead to a clearer and healthier complexion. But too much of a good thing can end up being bad. In fact, the black substance in blackheads has nothing to do with dirt and is simply a pore clogged with a bit of oil that’s open to the air – oxidation turns it black. While washing your face a couple of times a day may help loosen blackheads and unclog your pores, you should not do it too often.