If you’re in Singapore and are wondering how much you can save shopping at iHerb, this post is for you! One of the reasons I wrote this post is because some people have actually asked me that question. The other is because I get a thrill knowing how much I’ve been saving buying directly from iHerb. I don’t know about you but it brings me great satisfaction whenever I notice similar items available locally but at higher prices. And not only do I save, I get so much variety shopping at iHerb with over 35,000 items to choose from!
In the early years of Viva Woman, a reader once asked me to write a post about how to wash our face properly. I was a bit stumped at that time, thinking, “WHAT? You gotta be kidding me right? How am I supposed to fill up a post about how to wash your face without resorting to fluff?” Okay, I admit I was ignorant as I’d thought of facial cleansing as simply, wetting of skin and lathering of soap that takes up no more than five minutes. I mean, what else can there be? But eight years later, I realized that I was SO wrong. There is definitely more to facial cleansing and so today, we’re going to look at not one, but five different ways to cleanse your face.
There’s nothing deep about creating a successful body and bath range. Just keep the ingredients clean, safe and natural. Then make sure the products look, feel and smell like superior luxury. Finally, price them not too steep so that daily indulgence is not something one needs to get calculative about. Sounds like a breeze eh? But have we got products like that? Why yes of course! This range from Deep Steep fit the bill perfectly because their all-natural bath and body care products are designed to give your body and spirit the royal treatment minus the royal price tag.
While I don’t have dry skin, I do know how it feels to have one. At one stage, my cheeks were so dry and tight, I felt like they’d cracked when I smiled. It was awful. So when a reader by the name of Ann wrote in a comment recently that she is faced with increasingly dry skin and no face cream or moisturizer seems to help, I could empathize with her pain. But the question I found myself asking: is her issue a case of dry skin or dehyrated skin?