I was sniggering the other day when I read a tip in a book that we should try to counter the effects of aging by doing some reclining exercises. Apparently, that would help to contain aging caused by gravity. I thought it was some bullshit until I saw this:
I found this article “Multi-Layered Beauty” in last week’s copy of the Urban from The Straits Times rather interesting and useful. Those from Singapore are likely to have read the article but I thought I’ll highlight a section of it here for the benefit of those who did not read it, as well as for my readers from the other parts of the world.
By now, we should have realized the importance of wearing sunscreen on a daily basis, even at home. However, you may want to know that wearing sunscreen daily is still not sufficient to obtain maximum photoprotection. Although sunscreens are useful, but because of inadequate use, we cannot expect it to shield our skin from all the damaging UV rays.
The first question that begs asking is, why would you want to use a face mask daily? Well, to improve the complexion, making it clearer and more youthful looking! Face masks have deep cleansing and conditioning action on the skin, are great in refreshing tired skin or soothe troubled skin, and so using one daily has obvious benefits. However, not all types of face masks can be used daily.