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Updated January, 2020. As we get older, our faces naturally begin to lose their elasticity which leads to sagging skin and wrinkles. Even certain environmental factors, such as air pollution and the sun, can affect our faces and cause lines and sagging to be more pronounced. While creams or serums can help as preventive measures, it can be tricky to find a lasting result. Many people end up turning towards Botox because of its proven results fighting signs of aging. While Botox is a safe and effective treatment and is frequentl...


From the ancient times where people believed that sunlight can bring about healing (heliotherapy) to the modern-day discoveries that light therapy can combat signs of aging, light has always been a fascinating source of treatment. (1) NASA’s study on red light therapy has opened up a lot of possibilities for the skincare world especially in terms of battling aging skin problems. This led to numerous companies offering light-based devices, all promising to be effective and beneficial for the skin. ...


Updated April, 2020. Red light therapy has been popular in many tanning salons and aesthetic clinics. It is being advertised as a full-body skin rejuvenation treatment, anti-aging, anti-wrinkle, and offers pain relief. It also claims to correct stretch marks, scars and adult acne. It is believed that certain wavelengths of red light produce therapeutic relief. Many versions, from handheld devices, masks, and red light beds are available nowadays. However, is it safe and UV-free? vi...


Updated January, 2020 Sun damage can occur at any time of the year, not just summer where the heat of the sun is at its peak. Skin cancer and skin aging is just a couple of skin problems that are often related to sun damaged skin caused by UVA rays. While most people won’t leave home without applying sunscreen lotions and creams during the hot, summer days, not everyone knows that you can still get sun damaged skin even during winter. Yep, you read it right. No matter how low the temperature has dropped, the harmful ray of the ...

  • Acne
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  • Blackheads
  • Clogged pores
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Wrinkles
  • Dry skin
  • Dull complexion