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Lemongrass Turmeric Brown Rice with Cabbage Garlic Mutton Stew, Beet Chutney and Ajitsuke Tamago.
All #organic ingredients from @naturesglorysg 💚 except mutton.
우리집 한량 똥쟁이 침선생 트리플 크라운 ✨ 역시 책은 물에 떠다니면서 봐야 제맛
Our little mr droolington, playboy and pooper wow so many nicknames for a baby ✨ He seemed very happy that he found a perfect place to read his book.
Are you a fan of Clear Tom Yum Soup or Coconut Tom Yum Soup? Whichever your preference, we have both at Spicy Thai-Thai Cafe, so you can have the best of both worlds!
Our focus’ on men this week, because Father’s Day is near? 😎
We’ve all heard the old saying that men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Cliché? Perhaps. Mostly true? Definitely.
In some skin-related ways, we are alike. Men get wrinkles just like women do. Women have to deal with acne too. Men literally have thicker skin, 25% thicker than women’s skin. The differences between men and women’s skin are caused by hormones, specifically testosterone. Androgens such as testosterone affect the thickness of the skin and how much sebum the skin’s sebaceous glands produce and seeing as men have a whole shedload of testosterone, their skin is both thicker and oilier than women’s.
Put it simply, men and women both have specific hormones which help promote collagen production and elastin. Women lose their skin-protecting hormone much faster than men. Lifestyle choices have a far greater impact on how our skin ages. .
Regardless of these differences, for the most part, the concerns that women have about their skin and the concerns that men have about their skin are the same and can be treated in the same way. For example, if spots are a concern, the skin still needs salicylic acid. The difference would be that men may be able to use stronger products more often due to the thickness of their skin.
Here are some useful pointers for the men!
• Men’s skin needs peptides, vitamin A, antioxidants, hydrating ingredients, omegas and acids just as every other skin does.
• Shaving foams, aftershaves and shaving balms can dehydrate the skin and strip it of its barrier function. • SPF is key, all the time, all year round, ALWAYS!