Thursday, February 16, 2012

Skin Care

Let’s take a look at the skin care products you are using now. Are you still using the same skin care system you were using when you were 20? That’s great if you are 20 but not so great if you are 40! I came across friends saying, "I haven’t changed my skin care since I first starting using them" or "This product suits me so I don't dare to change because I have sensitive skin". We are going to explore the different age groups together starting from the teen years to the 60’s to help you make decisions that are right for your skin needs and concerns.

Early Teens - they need to be taught a basic and skincare routine so it becomes a habit. A good facial cleansing system in either hydrating or balancing formulas are great for young skin. Start by determining your skin type, normal to dry or normal to oily. This will help you get started using the proper formula in your skincare products. You should do your skincare routine morning and night. A couple of additional products that may be needed for situations that come up like a blemish, etc. In your late teens, you may want to add an eye cream. Last but not least, sunscreen everyday of at least SPF 30.

20’s - If you are happy with what your skin is doing, you may want to continue with you current skincare system. Your skin type can start to change during your 20’s so keep checking your skin type. Adding an eye cream to your routine is a must. Furthermore, the eye area is the first area on the face that shows the signs of aging.

30’s - This is the age group that can get a little confusing. You are only in your thirty’s but by being vigilant with your skincare, now is really preventative for things that develop as you get older. Start again by checking your skin type. Changes really start to happen for you mid twenties to your thirties. Are you starting to notice little lines or unevenness on your face and around the eyes? Now may be the time that you should start looking into skincare that also contains anti aging ingredients. You may want to add treatment products to keep your skin glowing. Depending on your exposure to the sun and habits, you may want to look into the other products available that address the specific issues you may have. Remember, sunscreen, sunscreen, and sunscreen!

40’s - This is the age group that starts to notice changes in their skin type. It is really important to pay attention to signs of change like your skin feels tight and uncomfortable after you have cleansed or you are noticing dry areas that were not there before. You can also notice you are having issues with acne that you haven’t has since your 20’s. Your skin is really asking for a little help and here is where all of the time you have taken to care of your skin over the years really pays off. Anti aging skincare products like are the way to go. Remember your Sunscreen!

50’s - Remember the 50’s are the new 30’s so keep up the good work with analyzing your skin type to make sure you are using the correct skincare and moisturizing products. There are some additional products that target specific skin issues that may start to occur in your 50’s due to loss of firmness, unevenness and lines and wrinkles. It’s important to continue your skincare routine morning and night and look at what issues concern you most.

60’s - Keep following the suggestions for the skin in the 50’s. Don’t forget to analyze your skin to make sure you are using the products for your skin type; keep up with your routine morning and night.

Remember it’s your skin. Look at your skin and analyze it. Take your time, nobody is looking or watching. Treat the issues that most concern you and use the correct products for you.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Beauty from Within I - Drink water for beautiful skin

Water in very important to us, especially Women!

Water is the most economic and practical "skin care product".

Our average water intake per day is recommended to be 2-3 litres. It is a good habit to drink 1-2 glasses of warm water on an empty stomach in the morning. You may add in apple ciger vinger or some lemon juice for favor before drinking. It helps to clear our vowels and replenish the loss of water during the night.

As some of you might say, 2 litres of water per day is too much for me. Here are some of the recommended timing:
6-7am: 1-2 glass (250ml) of warm water.

830am: 1 glass of water after you reach your office.

1130am: Drink water before meal to activiate the digestive system.

1pm: Drink a glass of water after lunch.

230pm: A glass of water or green tea to reduce your fatigue.

530pm: Drink a glass to replenish the loss of water before you leave the office. You will experience fullness and hence help to reduce your meal intake.

830pm: Drink some water/juices at least 1-1.5 hours before you sleep.

Dear Ladies, nothing can replace the good quality water which is the most important drink that you ever need. Resist all carbonate, caffeine and sweet beverages.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

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Cheers, Siew Leng

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Skin Care Four Basic Steps

Step # 1 - Cleanse

Washing your face twice a day, with a gentle cleansing formula and warm water, banishes dirt, makeup, build-up and oil. But all cleansers are not created equal. The best formula is one that is suited specifically to your skin, designed to gently remove debris, without stripping away vital moisture. After cleansing, your face should feel fresh, not tight!

Step #2 - Tone

Immediately after cleansing, tone your skin to help restore healthy balance. A soothing toning formula will remove any remaining traces of dirt, makeup or cleanser, hydrate, and return your skin to its natural pH level. Depending on your skin type, toners should be free of oil or alcohol. Look for natural ingredients like coneflower, chamomile or bitter orange peel that will treat your complexion gently and naturally.

Step #3 Treat

Now it's time to zero in on your skin's special needs. In this repair phase, you'll address fine lines, sun damage, discolouration, blemishes or uneven skin tone. Brighten, soothe, smooth, refine.

Step #4 Moisturise/Protect

Your body requires water to thrive, and your skin is no exception. Complete your twice-daily routine with an infusion of refreshing moisture. The right formula will plump up thirsty cells, making skin glow with radiance. It will also form an invisible barrier, preventing vital moisture from escaping and keeping damaging environmental stressors from penetrating.

Monday, January 11, 2010


Met an old classmate during a lunch appointment with a friend recently and it has been almost ten years since we last met. We have so much to catch up but time does not permit that. After that, my friend asking me "Is she really your classmate? She looks at least 4-5 years older than you!" She exclaimed! "I better start to take care of my skin now!"

You are right, my friend! There is no ugly women, but only lazy women. As our skin started to age from 25 years old onwards, it is very important that we have to start to take care of our skin at young age. You only need to spend 10-15 mins everyday to maintain your skin care.

How to get started? Stay tune!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

PROTEIN - Building Blocks of Life

Protein is a basic macronutrient, protein is essential in our everyday life. The building block of every organism, protein is found in every cell, muscle and tissue in our body. Besides that, Protein is also present in many of the food that we eat.
Protein is made of amino acids. When the protein we eat is disgested, it is broken down into individual amino acids. These amino acids are then reformed into new protein for the body's use.
The benefits of protein are wide and varied. To start with:
o Protein is indispensable for the growth and maintenance of every kind of cell in our body.
o Body development, replenishment of lost blood, healing of wounds and scars, replacement of dead cells, and hair and nail growth need protein.
o Protein in form of enzymes, hormones and antibodies promotes healthy metabolic and physiological processes, and boosts our nervous and immunity systems.
o In situations when fat and carbohydrate food sources are not providing adequate calories, protein is used to generate the calories we need.
o Protein also makes antibodies and haemoglobin.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

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Love, Siew Leng