Year: 2019

Why Facial Hair Could Be Wrecking Your Complexion

We all have varying degrees of facial hair and irritation, ingrown hairs, acne, hair bumps can come into place whether one takes or doesn’t take the no-shave route. We all know something like smoking ruins your looks, but some tricky complexion situations can also be caused by something as harmless-looking and unassuming as facial hair. Here’s why facial hair removal could be a good idea:   IT CAN EXACERBATE ACNE Acne, in part, is casued by surging hormones known as androgens. Androgens stimulates oil glands in the skin to increase production of oily sebum. Facial hair collects dirt and debris, causing increases sensitivity to acne-producing bacteria, which clogs the pores and results in pimples.   THEY CAUSE RAZOR BUMPS The best way to get rid of razor bumps is to not erm, not shave, at all. These bumps commonly appear after shaving. These appear because sometimes when a hair is cut off just at the surface of the skin, it can grow inwards and cause irritation to the hair follicle, Continue Reading

Why Latest Aesthetic Treatments Mean Less Primping Time Daily

The average woman spends 55 minutes getting ready to go out. While one woman (or man) does not speak for all women, that seems like an awful lot of time devoted to morning primping. I even know of women who spend no less than 2 hours getting ready daily. But being busy isn’t an excuse for not looking your best. Since good skincare tips are worth their weight in gold, we’ve collected the latest aesthetic treatments that will improve the complexion quickly so your morning routine doesn’t feel like such hard work.   1. Keep It Clean And Clear Our skin is the largest organ of our body. Deep cleansing helps to remove excessive buildup of impurities in our skin. Removing impurities allows not only better absorption of skincare but also allows natural skin rejuvenation processes to take place. Try ultrasonic cleansing, a spa treatment which uses ultrasonic wave motion to remove dead skin cells on the surface, and removes impurities such as blackheads and whiteheads.   2. Scrub Away Continue Reading

The Latest No-Frills Facials To Try

I have a love-hate relationship with facials. I love how facials can instantly freshen my skin, and help me clean out the gunk I never knew existed in my pores. Once I tried an oxygen facial and I was blown away with my skin’s ability to actually look luminous. But my main gripe about facials though, is how long some of these can take.   Read More: Applying ‘Feng Shui’ to Enhance Your Face & Wealth   LUNCHTIME FIXES A HIT WITH BUSY INDIVIDUALS WORKING IN CBD Busy individuals want to freshen themselves up in a jiffy, and express facials are also a big hit for those who want to take a quick break from the manic schedules for quick skin fixes. Regular facials often take about 90 minutes (or more) and cost as much as five or six hundred dollars, whereas the shortened versions typically cost half (or less) and take half the time. Not that these express facials are any less in substance in terms of cleaning – Continue Reading

The New Skin Laser That’s Changing Complexions

Our campaign for glowing skin is actually not new. Gypsies were thought to be the first to use deep chemical peels, passing this prized formula for generations. Other bizarre formulas rumored in other parts of the world included singeing of the skin to achieve exfoliation. If you shuddered a little thinking of bringing a flame to your face for the sake of beauty, rest assured that medical innovation has brought us to an exciting age of complexion lasers, which has made it possible to treat skin conditions previously considered untreatable.   PHOTOREJUVENATION You have probably heard of photorejuvenation, a skin treatment using lasers including the Neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet (Nd-YAG). These aim to airbrush or completely remove signs of photoaging such as fine lines, wrinkles and rough skin texture. In line with our pursuit of perfecting our complexions for a dewy, healthy appearance, many laser systems today address a wide variety of skin concerns, more than just anti-aging, and focusing on a smooth and reflective canvas as the end product. Continue Reading

The New Skin Laser That’s Changing Complexions

Our campaign for glowing skin is actually not new. Gypsies were thought to be the first to use deep chemical peels, passing this prized formula for generations. Other bizarre formulas rumored in other parts of the world included singeing of the skin to achieve exfoliation. If you shuddered a little thinking of bringing a flame to your face for the sake of beauty, rest assured that medical innovation has brought us to an exciting age of complexion lasers, which has made it possible to treat skin conditions previously considered untreatable.   PHOTOREJUVENATION You have probably heard of photorejuvenation, a skin treatment using lasers including the Neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet (Nd-YAG). These aim to airbrush or completely remove signs of photoaging such as fine lines, wrinkles and rough skin texture. In line with our pursuit of perfecting our complexions for a dewy, healthy appearance, many laser systems today address a wide variety of skin concerns, more than just anti-aging, and focusing on a smooth and reflective canvas as the end product. Continue Reading