Tuesday, 30 September 2014 1 comments

Why, Acne, why?!



Acne is a common problem where clogged pores become inflamed with bacteria. Acne-prone skin can be a tricky situation to handle. Nevertheless, try to feel the difference with these easy skincare tips. Something positive about oily skin for you to know. Oily skin is less prone to wrinkles and other signs of aging as the sebum tends to lock the moisture in the outermost layer of skin. Now, isn’t that great news!

1. Cleanse gently with a balancing face wash, preferably with anti-inflammatory ingredients that soothe your skin while retaining the natural protective barrier against the bacteria.

2. Do not over exfoliate. Massage your skin gently with your fingertips and avoid abrasive ingredients in your cleansing products. Pat skin dry and never rub with your towel.

3. Keep your skin moisturized with gel based skincare products, light toner and moisturizer on areas that are oily. Moisturize while your skin is damp to optimize absorption.

4. Avoid over-drying your skin with alcohol-based skincare products that will produce excess sebum leading to breakouts.

5. Keep your hands off your pimples. Squeezing the skin causes irritation, aggravates breakouts and increases risk of scarring.

6. Reduce stress, eat healthily. Stick to fresh, whole foods to flush impurities out of your body and keep it hydrated with lots of water.

7. Seek treatment early and let a professional assess your skin.

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Thursday, 25 September 2014 0 comments

Great Day to Beauty Hope @ 23 SEP 2014!


WE WON THE SMES ASIA AWARD SINGAPORE 2014/2015!

Beauty Hope Pte Ltd and our staffs will like to thank all our customers, friends and fans for helping us win the 2014/2015 SMEs Asia Award presented by Asia Business Journal and Trade & Industry Association (Singapore).

SMEs ASIA AWARD 2014 / 2015 An Asia wide platform to recognise successful Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore and Asia that are contributing positively to the local economy and holds notable social responsibilities

We are very thankful for those who nominated us and through stringent checks from the government organizations we were qualified!!

Once again, we will continue to provide quality services to all our value customers and thank you for your support.


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Wednesday, 24 September 2014 0 comments

NDP Promo is not over yet!

[Promo] 5 Sessions of IPL with Yoga Facial Treatment or 60min Body Bell Therapy, for only $49? Click to find out more! 



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Tuesday, 23 September 2014 0 comments

Keep moisturised even after a long flight!


Being cooped up for hours in a dehydrating cabin can be a nightmare to your skin. Low humidity on the plane leads to dehydration. Hence, cleansing and hydration are the 2 most important guiding principles to look good even after a long distance flight. Follow these in-flight beauty tips and you are on your way to be a flying beauty.



1. Exfoliate and apply generous amount of moisturizer the night before you fly. Remember to apply moisturizing toner liberally throughout your flight. Go for gel-based moisturizer to avoid having your face looking oily.

2. Cleanse and remove all makeup before you board the plane. A full face of makeup in a low humidity airplane stresses your skin. If you have to, opt for a tinted moisturizer for a fresh and healthy look.

3. Take lots of water and fruits to stay hydrated in the dry cabin air.

4. Refresh your skin with a 20-minute sheet facial mask. Don’t take longer than that or moisture from your skin will be drained.

5. Apply lotion to your whole body every once in a while to avoid that insanely dry and scaly looking skin. The same goes for your lips. It’s best to go for an intense moisturizing lip balm. 

6. Before you nap on the plane, apply some super-rich night cream around your eyes to look fresher and more relaxed when you wake. For better effects, apply ice cubes in a napkin under your eyes.

7. Stick to cream makeup products and avoid powder based ones after flight. Use a mist of mineral water and a dab of moisturizer to refresh your makeup, instead of adding on more foundation.

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Tuesday, 16 September 2014 0 comments

Armour yourself against the Sun!


Sun protection is an essential step in our everyday skincare regimen to keep our skin young. The harmful UVA and UVB rays from the sun cause sagging and wrinkling skin, sunspots and freckles that lead to premature skin aging. Here are some tips to protect your skin from further sun damage.


1. Apply sunscreen daily. Go for those with broad-spectrum SPF 30 or higher.

2. Apply sunscreen on exposed skin. Don’t limit application to your face, arms and legs and miss out often neglected areas like your ears, neck, collar bones, chest, elbows, back of your knee and feet.

3. Apply adequate sunscreen to have sufficient protection from the sun. Rule of the thumb would be a coin-sized quantity for the face, neck, each arm, and double that for each leg.

4. Apply sunscreen even when you are indoors. The light from the fluorescent lamps and computer screens will affect your skin as well.

5. Always reapply for continued protection. Protection from each application lasts not more than 3 to 4 hours, so always bring along a travel-sized sunscreen for easy reapplication.

6. Go for waterproof sunscreen specifically for swimming use, at the beach, in a water park or for those who perspire a lot. Although waterproof sunscreen binds to the skin and resists getting washed off with water, reapplication is recommended every 80 minutes or each time you towel yourself dry.

7. Most sunscreens also act as moisturizers but if you need added moisture, apply the moisturizer first and the sunscreen after a couple of minutes. Make-up products come last. Do not rely on your foundation for sun protection, as it is usually insufficient.
 
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