Mother’s day might be happening this weekend, but that doesn’t mean we can’t find reasons to pamper our mom even after it’s over! We’ve put together a list of facial treatment for every mom out there, and all you have to do is pick out which suits her best! Bring her on a girls day out, and just lie back, relax and enjoy!
Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and if you’ve yet to purchase a gift for Mom, fret not! We understand that choosing the perfect gift isn’t easy, and we’re here to offer some help. Here are 5 gift ideas you can select from to pamper Mom this coming Mother’s Day!
They say sleep is for the weak, but that’s far from the truth! Sleep is one of the most important things your body requires to recuperate, regenerate and recover. And that applies not just to your body’s internal organs, but your skin as well!
A poll from New Beauty asked readers, “On which area of your face did you first notice signs of aging?” and 58% of the respondents said they noticed first signs of ageing around the eyes. As we age, our skin loses its ability to regenerate and bounce back. This results in dark circles, eye bags and fine lines that become more prominent regardless of how much beauty sleep you’ve had.
Unless you sell air purifiers, you are probably not too pleased with the return of the haze. While you can stock up on N95s to mask away the burning smell and protect your airways, have you thought about the impact of the smog on our skin?
Anti-pollution skincare is fast becoming a trend in recent years. We see it on the shelves, on the net, and on social media. But do you know why it has been dubbed the next big thing in the skincare industry?
Chinese New Year is one of our fave seasons and as true blue Singaporeans, snacking on CNY goodies is a definite must during house visitations. The list of lip-smacking snacks is never ending; from Kueh Lapis to Love Letters, Bak Kwa to Pineapple Tarts, Kueh Bangkit to Shrimp Rolls and many many more.
If you haven’t heard of Marie Kondo yet, you’ve probably been on a digital detox. A professional tidier (yup, it’s a thing!) and star of Netflix’s latest hit “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo”, Kondo’s method of organising, known as the KonMari Method, advocates this philosophy: “Keep only those things that speak to the heart, and discard items that no longer spark joy.”