Scientists-turned-entrepreneurs Albert Dashi, 29, and Dr. Oliver Worsley, 28, are co-founders of Sequential, a beauty startup which developed Singapore’s first proprietary face mask that deeply characterises the skin’s genetics and microbiome. Their presentation and technique wowed judges last year at the L’Oréal Innovation Runway startup challenge, and the duo have since picked up an award for the 2017 Young Entrepreneur Scheme, presented at the Royal Society (UK).
A London exhibition is celebrating diversity by shining a light on those with the rare skin condition CMN.
The Duke of Cambridge recently admitted that he struggles with Princess Charlotte's ponytail.
Long gone are the days where women subject themselves to dangerous methods like liposuction to remove fat cells - modern technology these days have introduced non-invasive treatments to target women’s issues. One treatment as such is ONDA, a treatment machine that employs Coolwaves, a system that generates controlled microwaves to target fat cells for the purpose of body contouring. For some, you could also use this treatment to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
The newly-single star and her sisters rocked some sexy outfits for the 'gram on Monday!
Korean actress Song Hye-Kyo was here in Singapore on Thursday, 21 February, for the launch of Sulwhasoo’s new Bloomstay Vitalizing range.