It seems like we have found another “five a day” routine that maybe slightly more exciting that the usual.
Just like we encourage people to consume fruits and vegetable to nourish the body, our skin and well-being should also be nourished with essential oils.
Makeup artist and model Karen Then believes that taking care of your body not only makes you feel beautiful on the outside, but also on the inside. “I always believe when you look good, you feel good, you are good,” she says.
A daily self-care regime is no longer just a “want” — findings have shown that good skin care practice is essential to maintaining good skin in the long run. It starts from choosing the right SPF, to proper makeup removal and nighttime skin care regimen.
As Guardian’s first Brunei ambassador, Karen Then shares with us her “five a day” skin care routine, using products from Guardian Brunei:
Take off all your makeup with a remover such as Bioderma Sensibio H2O
Use a facial cleanser such as the OXY Anti-Blackhead Wash
Next, apply a facial serum to nourish your skin, like the Avene Hydrance Hydrating Serum
Lock in that moisture with Physiogel’s daily moisture therapy intensive cream.
The skin around the eyes is super sensitive! Apply an eye cream like Avene Soothing Eye Contour Cream.
Karen says: “I use products from Guardian because it’s convenient and it is accessible. Whenever I run out, I just got to the nearest store and I’m good to go.”
With the Guardian Beauty Days Sale going on full force this weekend, customers can get special deals of beauty with convenience. The Guardian Beauty Days Sale aims to feed the necessity of self-care for clients in Brunei Darussalam.
Avid Guardian customer, Nur Aimi Benjimin, said she doesn’t have to wait until her next overseas shopping trip or online order to maintain a high-end beauty regime.
“I practice self-care on a daily basis so Guardian for me is very convenient and I don’t have to wait for my next trip abroad to buy the products I need.”
“Guardian is a one-stop shop for all your self-care needs,” adds marketing executive Pg Halimatulsadiah Pg Hj Omar. “We want to make Guardian Brunei as accessible as we can to promote health and beauty in Brunei Darussalam.”