It’s common knowledge that there are steps to be followed when applying skincare products on your skin. For example, you should always cleanse your face before applying your moisturiser for better absorption. What’s the point of buying an expensive cream if your skin is not going to absorb any of the goodness?
It’s the time of the year again, and let’s be real, no matter how many air purifiers we turn on, the haze will not magically disappear overnight. And that means, pollution in the air we breathe and pollutants clogging up our skin.
It’s always exciting and maybe just a little bit scary to try out a new skincare product and see how it will make a difference to your skin. Maybe you just wanted to pamper yourself with something new and different, or freshen up your tried and tested skincare routine.
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.
Skincare may be daunting for many, especially those who are new to the game. From cleansers to toners, serums to creams - figuring out the differences between brightening and whitening, hydrating and moisturising, anti-ageing and more. There are just so many terms which may seem so confusing and intimidating.