The much anticipated Uniqlo’s Airism mask, which sold out on its first day of sales in Japan, draws crowds both online and offline in its launch in Singapore today (24 August).
In Japan, Fast Retailing's Uniqlo make headlines earlier in June this year when it introduced Airism face masks made with high-tech material, and the masks were sold out within hours.
Though masks don't provide full protection, health officials urge the public to wear them to prevent virus spread.
The actor wants people to wear a face mask to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Children may find the idea of wearing a face mask strange and scary at first, but can become familiarised with practise.
If you don't wear your mask the right way during this pandemic, your risk of spreading and catching COVID-19 increases.
With the current COVID-19 outbreak, Ching Ng was inspired by Taiwanese medical practitioner Dr Chen Guanting's post on fabric masks.
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).
Forget forking out for pricey face masks, the answers to your skin care woes await you in your kitchen. Home made treatments are a great alternative when your skin is in need of a little boost and what’s especially fantastic is that they’re all made from completely natural ingredients.There are plenty masks available on the market, from clay based formulas and acid peels, to soothing oat masks, but there are plenty of DIY alternatives that you can try out that contain core ingredients that the skin care brands love to use.