Eexuan goes to Penang with DD Perfector!

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Hello everyone! My name is Ee xuan and i was invited by IDS Skincare to guest blog this week! When I was first Cheap football shirts approached by IDS to do a review on their IDS Diamond-Dust Perfector, I was super psyched. Skincare junkies will definitely hear of IDS and their remarkable range products. The IDS Diamond-dust Perfector was one …

#Happylifeproject Of Fashion Label Co-Founder, Joyce

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In this week’s #IDSSpotlight series, we invited Joyce Ng, the brand owner of The Tinsel Rack label. For today’s post, this fun-loving #happyclothesmaker shares with us a mini project she recently embarked on, as well as some tips on what makes her the joyful person that she is. So recently I have been thinking about and exploring this concept called …

Holiday Survival Guide for Singaporeans

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It’s the time of the year when we are gearing up for our winter holiday getaways. But the thought of dry, itchy and flaky skin can put you off any thoughts of a splendid time outdoors in the cold. Here’s how to get travel and skin smart. 1. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! Your skin turns thirsty the moment you are airborne. …

Beauty Gift Ideas For Christmas 2017

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Get: Everyday Skin Basic Set, $168 (U.P. $210). Set 1 includes Refreshing Cleanser (C1), Refreshing Toner (T1), S1 or S2 , Set 2: Delicate Cleanser (C2), Delicate Toner (T2), S1 or S2 For all the fellas out there who are washing their faces with soap and water, it is time to up their skincare game with this simple and fuss-free …

Hydrating vs. Moisturizing – What’s the difference?

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Before we go into these terms, it is imperative to know a little bit about the anatomy of the skin and a commonly used term: trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL). The skin is comprised of three primary layers: the epidermis, the outermost layer; the dermis or middle layer; and the hypodermis, the under-most layer. When water passes from the dermis through …

Shu Yan’s Daily Skincare Routine

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I hope everyone had an enjoyable 2017 as we welcome another brand new year. If there’s one thing constant throughout this year, it is my trusty skincare routine. I have been using IDS Skincare products for a while now and it’s been treating my skin very well! First, I remove my makeup using IDS Cleansing Milk (C3). It is a …

5 Bad Skincare Habits To Kick For 2018

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Everyone knows that exercising on a regular basis can benefit our body in many ways. Exercising can help improve our heart, our mind, our physique, etc. However, not many know that exercising can help our skin look and feel better. It keeps the skin healthy and radiant. It does this by increasing the blood flow and improving the lymphatic system, …

Fresh Start (A Guide For Your 2018 #SkincareGoals)

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After all the year-end festivities, it is time to give our body and skin a much-needed restart button. Ensuring good health has unfortunately taken a backseat amidst our busy lives and long to-do lists. What about good skin health? Although genetics are predominantly behind what’s considered good or bad skin, the condition of our skin can be affected by both …

The Most Under-Rated Skincare Ingredient

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It’s year 2018 and we are not going to talk about sexy, new or even breakthrough ingredients but just one that is most commonly used instead. This ingredient does not have an exotic characteristic like cactus oil in a certain Korean brand nor does it take rocket science to understand its usage. So is there a best ingredient in the …

Now And Then – What’s The Difference?

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IDS Skincare launched in February 2014 after months of research and formulation. It was formulated to address the most prevalent skin problems a normal human being encounter. These range from acne and blemishes in teens and adults, to pigmentation disorders, wrinkles and sagging brought on by natural aging and sun exposure. People often ask us “If you could describe IDS …