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Self-care can be a two-person dance, too.
Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres-Gomez are no longer your average celebrity couple. From their shared spot in that Lux commercial in 1993 to many acting stints that followed in the late '90s and early 2000s, the couple are now on to different
She talks about the reality of aging and living in your 20s.
The #10YearChallenge is currently taking over social media. Celebrities and influencers alike are posting photos of themselves from 2009 and 2019, and needless to say, it's an interesting way to do a major throwback.However, Kate Bosworth's take on the challenge is probably
According to skin experts!
Your road to youth starts with the best base—your skin. Ahead, three skin experts weigh in on the signs of aging and the things that can come to your rescue."For the face, early signs are sun spots or melasma (small patches of
She reveals the habits you should change, too.
In an interview during Cosmopolitan Beauty Block 2018, Female Network sat down with beauty expert Dr. Vicki Belo to know what skincare habits need to change once you hit your 30s.Her advice sounds simple, and very familiar to anyone who's been making
It's never too early to start!
Age-defying skincare is not limited to battling deep fine lines. As early as your twenties, you should already start slowing down your skin's clock. Here are some steps to help you get started:Our skin's self-renewing process tends to slow down as we
It's the price to pay for comfort!
Did you know that the most common sleeping position is on your side? Yes, at night, we don't exactly know how many times we switch positions, but when it comes to preference, most of the world are side sleepers. And according to
It's all connected!
Turns out, we should be less concerned about when the signs of aging will show on our skin. After all, it will happen eventually. It's only a matter of what kind of steps you take to slow down the process, and we're
A simple beauty regimen goes a long way!
Time has been good to Pamela Hiran. The Bangkok-based jewelry designer, who has a small kiosk in Greenbelt 5 called Magpie's Nest (and counts the US chain store Anthropologie as one of her biggest customers), is in her mid-40s but looks at
Sometimes, agelessness is a matter of dressing.
As you age, your style should evolve along with you. After all, the last thing you want is to look older than you actually are. Apart from harsh makeup and overstyled hair, these are the fashion items that can add years to
And there's absolutely no downtime!
There's a new age-defying injectable in town, and it smooths out fine lines and wrinkles like nobody's business. Introduced in the Philippines by the Aivee Clinic, Xeomin can do what regular botox can and more.According to the Aivee Group, this FDA-approved injectable
Hyperpigmentation? Fine lines? Here's what you need.
Your road to youth starts with the best base—your skin. Three skin experts weigh in on the signs of aging.PROBLEM: Hyperpigmentation“For the face, early signs are sun spots or melasma (small patches of dark color).” —Dr. Vicki BeloPrevent: “The best prevention is
We get down to it.
First things first: growing older isn’t a problem to solve. Let’s establish that we’re all going to age and shrivel eventually, as part of nature. Secondly: while women can decide what to do or what not to do with their bodies, there’s
All your questions, answered.
Sunscreen and eye cream aren't the be-all end-all of anti-aging. We age elsewhere, too, in places those heaven-sent products unfortunately can't reach. Take our hair, for example. It can go gray right under our noses, and even sunscreen can't help it. In
Age really is just a number.
We can only hope to look as jaw-dropping fantastic as model Mercy Brewer when we hit the age of 57. New Zealand-based label Lonely Lingerie seems to agree, casting the beauty to star in their latest campaign!IMAGE Lonely Lingerie"I believe we are
No more summer vacays!
1. You get jaded.Getting jaded is part of life, and this isn't exactly such a negative thing considering how it brings us to the reality that there are bad things in the world. Still, a part of you wishes that you weren't