Busy women with not a second of extra time left in their busy schedules take note: this does not mean you should neglect your face and body. When time is of essence, it is even more important to do your homework and curate the beauty fixes that you want to go for. Because we at Skin Mag are mothers too, we have shortlisted a list of beauty ‘must-dos’ that really deliver the results without the downtime and need for regular repeats. With a little direction from the founder of SW1 Clinic, Dr Low Chai Ling, we find out what works and what don’t so you don’t have to play the guessing game. Being a mother of two grown teens herself, Dr Low is also author of the post-pregnancy beauty bible In Full Bloom, so we are glad to listen to her advice when it comes to curating the beauty agendas of busy mamas. Read More: Is Microneedling Radiofrequency the New Generation Lunchtime Facelift?
Approaching or in your 40s and rethinking your beauty regime? This decade is about serious anti-aging treatments delaying the appearance of worsening of wrinkles and doing all you can to keep that jawline tight and sculpted. Without further ado, here are the real treatments that every woman (and man) in their 40s should check out. COMMON SKIN WOES OF THE 40s Increasingly sagging jawlines, double chins, jowls, prominent nasolabial and marionette folds. The 40s is the curse of the lower face. Try looking at yourself in the mirror and using your fingers to reposition your skin to where it was in your late 20s or 30s. You might not have minded the slightly less V-shaped visage in your mid-thirties but come 40s and you wish you did something about it earlier. Read more: Exposed: How 30 Minutes Was All I Needed For An Eyelift MAKE NON-INVASIVE SKIN TIGHTENING TREATMENTS A 40s RITUAL Ultherapy And Thermage : Mild to moderate cases of jawline sagging can take back that chiseled Continue Reading
Sagging skin and wrinkles on the face are often the first things that people rush to correct. In fact, women and men around the world are not giving skin agers a chance and many are embarking on anti-aging treatments long before the skin succumbs to gravity and to chance. Anti-aging treatments now extend to the neck, the décolleté, the hands and even the back! So as it turns out, as it gets harder to tell one’s age, the tougher it gets to hide it, as the world scrutinizes for signs of age on the body. The latest anxiety is in the leg joints. Kninkles, or knee wrinkles first got it’s publicity piece several years ago when Catherine Zeta-Jones glided over the red carpet looking picture perfect except for her crinkly and pouchy knees. Need I explain further why the world was devastated that a normal (but famous) human being was not allowed to look aged, even in the knees? Perhaps there isn’t a need to. This was simply the cue Continue Reading