Puffy eyes can be caused by several factors – lack of sleep, excessive sodium/alcohol consumption, allergies, hormones, and even the weather. Not even makeup can truly cover under-eye puffiness, and a layer of foundation can actually make things worse.
There are countless ways to keep your eyes looking energised and lively, but here are just a few things to keep in mind when faced with that pesky under-eye baggage.
The East believes that your face is your fortune. Change your face, and you alter your fortune. Improve your facial landscape, and life’s doors may just open in your favour! So what signals are your face sending out about your well-being? Read under the cut to find out more!
City life can be particularly rough on your skin. Lack of sleep and poor air quality can definitely take their toll. Thankfully, with the daily use of these products, my skin condition seems to be improving, and so can yours! Read on to find out more.
Plump and high cheeks have always been a sign of youth and femininity. Unfortunately, women start to lose volume in their cheeks from as early as their mid-twenties. The cheeks start to deflate, and the area under the eyes start to look more tired as support is lost.
As a result, we start looking tired all the time. But there is a way to slow it down, and the method is much easier and more accessible than you think.
Living in a fast-paced world, we love products that give instant results and save us a load of time. As much as we would love to leisurely apply our beauty products, there’s usually not enough time. Here are a few beauty treatments perfect for the impatient.
You can get all the facials you want, but if you’re not doing the right things for your skin on a daily basis, you’re probably not going to age as gracefully as you’d like. Here are some everyday habits of people who age well.
We’ve all had an uneven tan that we wish we could just wash off, but unfortunately, it’s not as easy as that. Of course, the best way to lighten a tan is to avoid getting one in the first place. But what do you do when you already have a tan? Here are a few ways to get rid of an unwanted tan.
Following up from my previous post, I had the pleasure of checking out another patient’s journey to gorgeous, glowing skin. I’ll be talking about SW1 Clinic’s Revitalift treatment once again. Will the treatment prove effective for another patient? Find out more under the cut!
Time stops for no one, leaving behind subtle brushstrokes of lines and wrinkles. The hyaluronic acid (HA) in the deeper layer of our skin is progressively being depleted, beginning as early as our early 20s. Not only is HA concentration responsible for skin hydration, turgor and resilience, it also helps to promote collagen production.