The One Product That Will Completely Change Your Skin | Clozette

If you’ve been using the best moisturisers and serums, but your skin doesn’t seem to get any better, it’s not because they’re ineffective. It’s simply because they aren’t able to penetrate your skin. 

Over time, the skin loses its ability to slough off dead skin and it accumulates on the surface. This is also the reason your complexion looks dull and lacks radiance. The CNP Laboratory Invisible Peeling Booster helps tackle dead skin at the surface gently and effectively. 

Unlike other exfoliators that contain Alpha Hydroxy Acids and Beta Hydroxy Acids, this product features Polyhydroxy Acids (PHA) that was specially formulated at CNP Laboratories. PHAs are hypoallergenic, less irritating and gentler on the skin, making it safe even for those with sensitive skin. The Peeling Booser also includes ingredients that help calm and soothe as well as a Natural Moisturising Factor Complex that keeps skin hydrated and healthy. 

Another thing that sets this apart from other exfoliators is that you don’t have to rinse it off. Use it after you cleanse, before your toner, and it helps your serums and creams penetrate better for even better results. Over time it promises to refine and brighten skin tone, regulate sebum production and reduce inflammation so your skin is radiant and glowing like a Swarovski crystal.  

The CNP Laboratory Invisible Peeling Booster is now available at select Guardian Health & Beauty stores in Singapore.


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Travelling is one of the best things you can do for yourself; and whenever you plan a trip, don't forget to include shopping time! Shopping for things from your travel destination is also one way of collecting memories (aside from taking lots of photos). It's also a great way to get to know the culture. However, you don't want to commit that big mistake of buying something that is already available in your own country.

So here's a short shopping guide on what to look for during your travels!



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Eating local food is a must, and so is buying local snacks. There are different and sometimes weird but delicious versions of chocolate, biscuits, and chips in different places and it's best to try them out to get a taste of what the locals like. Plus, these are good to bring along whenever you're walking around and you suddenly feel hungry! You can buy these at local grocery and convenience stores.


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Here's the truth: there are hundreds of makeup brands you haven't heard of (yet) because they're not available in your country. Countries considered as makeup havens such as Korea, Japan, US, and UK carry a wide range of both local and international brands. Plus, you can also check out their special promos and shop your heart out!  

Something From Local Stores and Brands

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Local shops is a way for you to go beyond the usual shopping mall destinations. Give local shops and stores a try so you can learn and familiarize yourself with local life: like what their style is, the things they love to read, and their overall aesthetic. Our suggestions would be a local bookstore filled with the country's old and new literature, art shops for small trinkets, stores of local fashion brands, and other quirky shops. 

Airport Items

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The airport is the best place to shop for souvenir items, especially if you're trying to kill a few hours before boarding time. It's a bit cheesy but those "I heart ___" shirts, mugs, key chains and such is a no-fail way to remember your trip. You can also snag items at a cheaper price because they're duty free inside the airport. 

Bazaar Finds

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If you happen to come across a bazaar then don't be afraid to let yourself in and revel in the wide spectrum of things you can buy that are locally made. Night markets are also a good place to go to if you're saving a few bucks. Everything is cheap and you can even get them at a bargained price if you're buying a lot! 



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For bloggers and instagram superstars, taking the perfect selfie is not as easy as it looks. It's all about finding the perfect angle and lighting that complements their style and look--all while ensuring that they keep a steady hand for a clear, sharp photo. So if you want to up your selfie-game, here are a few selfie tips and tricks to take note of from Youtube Beauty icon, Michelle Phan.

How To Take The Perfect Selfie

by Michelle Phan

See how she experiments with her angles, lighting, and even poses for that perfect selfie every time. Let's break down her tips even further:

Find Your Light

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Apply the basic rules of photography by finding your light. If you're indoors and the light is behind you it creates a softer look but it won't be as clear. The best way is to shoot from the source of the light. It lightly hits your face giving you an illuminated face and a clearer photo.  

Find Your Angle

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Finding your angle doesn't just depend on your face's position, it actually depends more on the way you hold your camera, horizontally or vertically, how far or close the camera is to your face, and how high or low you're shooting it from. Find the most flattering combination of these angles and stick to the one (or two) that suits you best. 

Have Fun With It

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After finding your angles, it's time to have fun with your new discoveries! Since you know your face better than anyone else, stick to the poses that flatter your face shape and make your neck look longer. And according to Michelle Phan, the universal selfie angle is the 3/4 tilt of the head with the camera slightly above your face. But of course, it still depends on your preferences. So go ahead--take that selfie!