Tales of Beauty & Wellness

The latest K-Beauty Trend!

"Mirror skin" is the latest trend that is popular for its ability to achieve translucent and younger-looking skin.

The technique to this involves letting your skin consume lots of moisture and boosting your skin’s natural radiance by taking help from skin care products.

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Purslane (or Portaluca oleracea) is a weed that is packed with nutrients, including omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. It’s a green, leafy vegetable that is edible and can be eaten cooked or raw.

Purslane extract comes from the purslane plant (a succulent) that is known to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-aging, and hydrating benefits.

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Science has proven that while we sleep, our body goes into repair mode, fixing damage caused during the day and ensuring we wake up looking refreshed and our beautiful best.

During the night, the skin is more permeable too. As such, it’s more receptive to the skincare products you apply. However, the downside is that your skin will lose moisture too.

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Red, flushed skin can be attributed to a various reasons, such as the warm weather, an intense workout, or simply feeling excited or embarrassed. Sometimes redness can also occur because of a skin condition. 

Finding a way to calm red, flushed skin can be done once you identify the cause!

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WHAT IS COLLAGEN? Collagen is the most abundant protein in our skin; it contributes to the firmness and elasticity of our skin.   COLLAGEN LOSS As we age, our body starts producing less collagen.  After our 20s, our body produces...
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Kale is a dark, leafy green that can be eaten raw or cooked. Applying a product with a phytonutrient-rich ingredient like kale is a direct way to see results in your skin.

Kale is considered a superfood because it has a great source of vitamins and minerals and also contains several other compounds that are beneficial to health.

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Is your skin red, stinging, or sensitive to the touch? You might have disrupted your skin barrier, causing irritated skin.

Do not panic, your skin will heal in no time with the right recovery steps!

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The caffeine in coffee: Too much caffeine will dehydrate your skin As it is considered a diuretic, meaning that it causes the body to produce more urine Dehydrated skin can give you a duller appearance, dampening your glow and complexion!...
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