You probably already know that vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant found in foods like kale, broccoli, and oranges. However, did you know that it has a major impact on the health of your skin? Vitamin C stimulates collagen production and helps reduce signs of aging by repairing the damage that has been done by the Nov / 16
Our skin doesn’t always adapt well to changes in the weather. Hot, humid weather (especially in sunny Singapore) can cause a multitude of skin problems, such as excessive sebum production and sun damage. However, this doesn’t mean you need to hide indoors until the weather cools. By practicing a few simple skin care techniques, you Jan / 10
Many of us have experienced the adverse effects of beauty products at one time or another. You try a new eye cream or moisturizer only to find your skin breaking out in hives or the appearance of new acne. Most often, people with sensitive skin doesn’t go well when exposed to certain ingredients and chemicals skin-care Nov / 15
If you have particularly highly sensitive skin, you will know the ongoing struggle it can cause to keep it looking calm, nourished and above all, youthful. You can spend hours trawling the web for the latest facial products on offer, looking for that little pot of magic that not only will resolve the redness and Jul / 25
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Sensitive skin typically presents as sensations of itching, burning and stinging, and observable changes such as redness, scaling, dryness, peeling, bumps and hives. But these reactions can also be allergic manifestations to skin care products that the skin cannot tolerate. So what does ‘sensitive skin’ really mean to a dermatologist? A skin care specialist looks


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