Skin

Everyone’s skin is different. It means there is no single skin care routine to suit everyone. A person with oily skin will have a very different way of looking after their complexion compared to someone with dry skin. This is why it’s important to determine which skin type you have before buying a lot of pricey products. For someone who has an oily skin, it can be so frustrating because this also makes your hair greasy. If you want to

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For those who love staying young-looking, this will be a good news to you — Japan’s best-held longevity and beauty secret, FINE Hyaluron & Collagen dubbed as an EDIBLE COSMETIC, is now available in 270 Watson’s outlets in the Philippines. Made by Osaka-based FINE Co. of Japan, a  four-decade company and a leading player in the global “nutraceutical industry,”  distributed in the Philippines by its subsidiary, Fine Nutrition Trading International. Imelda Manook-Tesalona, a businesswoman and licensed pharmacist and President of

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You should use soap that depends on your skin type. Otherwise, you’ll have another problem. Oily Skin. Choose that has a milder formula or gentle ingredients. If you’re on to exfoliation, find soaps with oatmeal, sea salt, brown sugar or peach pits. Dry Skin. A soap with moisturizing agents is the right one for you like glycerin soaps. Sensitive Skin. Find soaps which are perfume-free, also pH-balanced or hypo-allergenic. Combination Skin. This is a combination of dry and oily skin.

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If you’re living in a tropical country and have an oily skin, that could be a little problem. If you’re not aware on how to wash an oily skin or how to take care of if, chances are you’ll be inviting pimples, acne and other facial blemishes. But before you did something about your oily skin, let me share to you some facts. This article was shared by Female Network. 1. FATTY FOODS DO NOT CAUSE OIL. What makes an

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The probability of heat exhaustion and heat stroke because of too much exposure to sun is very high, now that some countries in Asia like Philippines are on summer season. Summer days become hotter and hotter. Although there are some rains due to La Nina phenomenon, still, the the sun smile too fiercely. Weather experts advises everyone to avoid sun exposure especially from 10:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon. Otherwise, it is a must to bring UV

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