Heart Evangelista swears by LED masks popular among Korean stars


Heart Evangelista swears by LED masks popular among Korean stars

(Philstar.com) – September 22, 2020 – 1:35pm

MANILA, Philippines — The ongoing pandemic has caused stress levels to rise among many of us. With the uncertainty that the world is facing, and no real answers to the pandemic, we need to proactively take care of our physical health and well-being so that we can have the inner strength to quell our worries. Along with that, we need to give ourselves a good dose of much-deserved TLC.

There are many ways to show ourselves some self-love, but nothing could probably feel as good as indulging in skin care, which, come to think of it, is a real essential.

Even Heart Evangelista-Escudero, despite her dream lifestyle, has experienced a slump in the past few months and has turned to skin care to deal with her stresses. 

“The uncertainties surrounding the situation

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Shiseido taps AI-based 3D tech to study saggy skin

TOKYO — Japanese cosmetics maker Shiseido has developed an artificial intelligence technology for analyzing skin to provide researchers with three-dimensional images of dermal layers to illustrate how skin tends to sag.

The company plans to use the technology to improve its own lineup of cosmetics.

A dermal cell called fibroblast keeps the skin in good condition by producing collagen. But when this cell deteriorates, skin begins to lose elasticity and the sagging process begins.

Researchers currently examine tissue under a microscope to see this deterioration. The new method — developed by Shiseido and others — creates computerized 3D images of skin layers by combining two-dimensional images collected from microscope observations.

Over the past five years, Shiseido has been conducting research on saggy skin with the National Institute for Physiological Sciences, International University of Health and Welfare and Jichi Medical University. The new technology that has emerged can also classify and

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Star Body Debuts Its One of a Kind Skin and Sun Care Line At ECRM

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.

,

Sept. 22, 2020

/PRNewswire/ — Star Body brings its stellar line of natural sun care products to one of the biggest trade shows of the year, ECRM’s

Vitamin, Weight Management & Sports Nutrition

program. Though

Star Body

is a relatively young company, founder Babs Marich has been researching and refining the brand’s signature

Espress-O-Yourself

product line for over ten years. Marich’s research and development was time well spent as

Star Body

flourished after its launch in 2019, bringing its coffee-infused sun care products to consumers, and now retail buyers.

The Efficient Collaborative Retail Marketing (ECRM) Conference will allow

Star Body

the opportunity to network with some of the largest retailers in

the United States

. This October’s ECRM will be a virtual event in compliance with social distancing guidelines, so

Star Body

will be showing its products remotely in a rapid-fire lineup of retail buyers from

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Local Gyms vs Fitness Apps: Choose Wisely

After a gap of about five months, gyms and fitness centers have been allowed to resume operations in India. The news has brought smiles to not only those working in the fitness industry and the gym owners, but, also to all those fitness lovers who were unable to continue their workouts or get motivation to exercise in the absence of the gyms. They are keen to resume their physical fitness journeys. It is obvious and appreciable that we are witnessing a keen interest towards physical fitness among the people, but we must not lose sight of the fact that the pandemic is still raging out there. In fact, the numbers indicate that the infection is at its peak at present. There are almost 100,000 cases being reported per day on a pan India level with more than 1000 daily fatalities. Also Read – Urvashi Rautela Believes Addiction to Fitness is

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Dry skin amid the coronavirus pandemic, winter: Tips to avoid making it worse

Hand washing is an expert-recommended way to stave off a COVID-19 infection, but it can lead to dry, cracked skin. Even more, winter is on the way, bringing with it cold, dry weather that is notoriously hard on the skin. 

Fox News spoke to Dr. Latanya Benjamin, a Society for Pediatric Dermatology executive committee member, to learn why winter is so harsh on the skin and what you can do about it.

Read on for a look at what she had to say.

Hand washing is an expert-recommended way to stave off a COVID-19 infection, but it can lead to dry, cracked skin. Even more, winter is on the way, bringing with it cold, dry weather that is notoriously hard on the skin.

Hand washing is an expert-recommended way to stave off a COVID-19 infection, but it can lead to dry, cracked skin. Even more, winter is on the way, bringing with it cold, dry weather that is notoriously hard on the skin.
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Fox News: Why is winter weather so harsh on the skin?

Benjamin: At this time of year and heading into the winter months, dry, cold

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Garmin vs Fitbit: how to pick the right fitness tracker for you

Fitbit and Garmin are two of the biggest names in the fitness tracker and smartwatch business. Especially if you care about keeping a closer eye on your health and fitness.

Garmin has been around longer, making sports watches that over time have evolved to behave more like smartwatches in recent years. So you can start paying your way or listening to music without having your phone nearby.

Fitbit arrived on the scene after Garmin and started with fitness trackers before adding smartwatches to its collection of wearables. Fitness tracking remains at the core of what it does, but it’s now exploring how it can better monitor your health and activities like running and swimming.

Both offer a variety of different models and options, making it hard to work out which one is actually the best fit for you. That’s why we’ve pulled together this guide to help make that decision

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Police: Stamford dentist slashed neck of woman in love triangle


STAMFORD — A local dentist has been indicted for attempted murder after New York police say she attacked her former fiancé’s new girlfriend with a razor blade.

Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. said Alika Crew, 42, of New Rochelle, N.Y., has been indicted by a Grand Jury

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MedX Health Corp. Bolsters Global Footprint and Adds Renowned Skin Care Expert to Senior Leadership Team

MedX Health Corp. (“MedX”) (TSX-V: MDX) is pleased to announce the appointment of veteran healthcare industry executive Naman Demaghlatrous as Managing Director, Europe, Middle East & Africa (“EMEA”), effective immediately. Additionally, Chantal Ward, RN has taken a permanent position with the Company as Director, Dermatological Services.

“Naman’s extensive background in healthcare and medical devices, along with his deep relationships will allow us to accelerate business development opportunities in the region,” said Mike Druhan, President of Dermatological Products & Services. “Chantal is an internationally recognized and respected leader in the dermatology and aesthetics spaces, bringing credibility to our offerings and putting an impressive opinion leader network at our disposal.”

Mr. Demaghlatrous has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including roles with medical device and pharmaceutical companies leading business strategy, international product licensing, business development and operations. He has proven expertise in leading organizations through start-up to rapid

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The Army is rolling out a new fitness test: Will it hold back women?

That reflects a significant improvement over last year, when leaked data showed that over 80 percent of a smaller cohort of female test-takers failed the six-event exam. But some women fear they won’t be able to pass even with additional training or will continue to score lower than men, potentially affecting their career prospects in an institution already struggling to shed historical gender and racial disparities.

The test, which will become the service’s official fitness test next month, has prompted a broader debate over whether the service’s focus on fitness and strength will elevate physical prowess over other qualities, such as effective and ethical leadership, or make it harder to retain troops with skills needed in an era of high-tech military competition.

Army officials say the new age- and gender-blind fitness test, the first of its kind in the U.S. military, was developed to reduce injuries and better prepare soldiers

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Radford woman started career as dentist, but now spends time creating art

RADFORD, Va. (WDBJ) – Teresa Regil is an artist who discovered her passion for painting almost by accident after years of being a dentist.



a painting of a man and a woman posing for a photo: She said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.


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She said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.

“In 2009 I tried to do something to relax and I started drawing and I said “Oh.” I did a portrait of my mom in watercolor and watercolor is so difficult and she looked like my mom. And oh, maybe I can start doing this,” said Regil.

She had a long career as a pediatric dentist for children with special needs in Maryland.

“To me it was just a continuum from dentistry to painting to art,” said Regil.

Regil said she doesn’t see a difference between dentistry and art because either way she’s using her hands.

“I think that had a lot to do

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