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Read on for a minimal day and night routine you can easily follow!
Those struggle with acne know how tricky it is to curate your own skincare routine. Being exposed to the countless products and ingredients on the market doesn't make it easier—in fact, it only makes it even more overwhelming. Not to mention we can have
She'll make you want to invest in matching sets!
We only have a few months to enjoy mildly chilly weather in the Philippines, so it's best to make the most of it. Find an excuse to wear your coziest outfits right before summer hits, be it a socially-distanced brunch or, perhaps
And nope, moisturizers don't necessarily cause acne either.
It's your lucky day because we've got a ton of helpful skincare advice from board-certified dermatologist Dr. Coreen Sampedro. She was a guest derm at Physiogel's Facebook Live Session, which was hosted by Bianca Valerio.Dr. Coreen debunked common skincare myths and answered
And other myths about moisturizers, medical-grade skincare, and more that you need to stop believing.
Social media is always abuzz with skincare hacks and tips. While there are sources that prove to be legit, there are still many that circulate misleading and false information. You might even still be believing some of them, so board-certified dermatologist Dr.
Tired of seeing that big clump of hair on your brush?
It might be hard to believe, but hair fall is as normal as breaking out around the time of your period. It's usually no cause for worry—yup, even if you lose ten (or twenty) strands of hair a day.Still, we know that
Spoiler: they're all medical doctors!
TikTok is quickly becoming a space for learning and gaining new information. You can find a range of different niches–fashion, beauty, self-help, education, technology, business, and even skincare. Especially in our curent times, we rely on social media for getting answers to our
Save your money!
The great thing about skincare is that you don't need to have expensive products to have a good routine. Affordable yet effective products are everywhere, and you can either stick to these inexpensive finds and be absolutely fine.However, it won't hurt to
Plus, here are all of her fave luxury garments and accessories created by talented Filipino designers.
Dermatologist at work but a fashionista at play, Dr. Aivee Teo proves yet again her unconditional love for designer clothing especially Inno Sotto's incredible creations. You can count on her consistent style duality in case you need inspos to dress up, may
No prescription needed!
Going to the dermatologist is the best way to find the most effective acne treatment for you. But with COVID-19 restrictions and high consultation fees, not all of us have the privilege of setting a dermatologist appointment to seek skincare advice for
Get legit skincare advice straight from the experts!
There's a reason why you always see "consult a board-certified dermatologist" in articles and beauty products— they're the real deal, and you can always count on them to find answers for your skin concerns. And thanks to the power of social media,
Here are some helpful tips for an ultra-smooth shave, every time.
With something as basic as shaving, you want your techniques to be practically foolproof. That means fine-tuning your routine a little—which sounds like a ton of effort, we know, but we swear it's worth it! We'd choose a refined shaving regimen over
So many products on the market are overrated and not really necessary for healthy, glowing skin.
It's not a sin to go all-out and extra with your skincare routine. You can have five, 10, or heck, even 15 steps—as long as they work for you and your skin is thriving, that's your business. Thing is, that doesn't mean
Dr. Windie Villarica-Hayano has the chill yet intense skincare routine you'd want to take notes from.
It's safe to say that every dermatologist's skincare routine is always a step above the average person's. After all, these are people who know their stuff, and unlike we regular humans, they have prime access to the best and latest beauty technology
Happy ways to up your T-shirt game.
There’s something to be said about the style of celebrity dermatologist Dr. Aivee Teo in how it’s intrinsically youthful. Perhaps it comes out in her love for color or how she doesn’t hesitate to try the trends that all the twenty somethings
Avoid using heavy creams.
If you have oily skin, blotting sheets or face powders are staples in your kikay kit. They work wonders in quickly cutting back shine, but as you know, this mattifying effect doesn't last long. If you want to lessen the need to reach for your trusty face powder (especially if you want to
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It can't be helped that some of us will have some urgent skin concerns during the enhanced community quarantine. You might be having an eczema flare-up, an allergic reaction, or a sudden bout of breakouts that you don't know how to deal
Her routine is pretty simple!
Korean skincare routines have a reputation for being glow-boosting but excessive. Some regimens call for as many as 10 steps. This factor makes it hard to follow for most of us. It's tedious and can be heavy on the pocket, too.This is
Here's what you need to know!
When you hear the word “eczema,” two things instantly come to mind: (1) it’s a skin disease of some sort; and (2) it usually happens to children. But contrary to popular belief, the condition is actually more common than you think—and no,
Better start now than be sorry later!
Your 30s is the time when you'll start to notice many changes in your skin. While they're completely normal, it's good to take the initiative to take extra care of yourself. In an interview with Female Network, Dr. Kaycee Reyes of Luminisce Holistic Skin Innovations shares
Nope, we don't mean Dr. Vicki Belo!
Some people believe in using moisturizer, while some don't. Regardless of which side you're on, we present a more neutral perspective: You don't always need to use it. But before you squint at your screen in doubt, let us explain—or better yet, allow