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Jacqueline Tan

Beauty industry – Friend or Foe?

The beauty industry is big! Research done by the Business Wire (2015) reveals the cosmetic industry alone totalled ‘revenues worth USD 460 billion in 2014, which is anticipated to reach USD 675 billion by 2020’. Another study from the Daily Mail (2011) finds that the average woman spends USD 164,000

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Jacqueline Tan

What is Natural?

Let’s think a little more deeply and ask ourselves a question: What is natural? Is it a simple matter of the ingredients in the products being derived from nature? What about products in which all the ingredients are derived from nature, yet they go through chemical processes? Or should active

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JOJOMOKA Products
Jacqueline Tan

WHY JOJOMOKA?

How do you really know that the natural and organic skincare products you buy are truly safe for your health and environment? The average woman uses 12 personal care products daily (or nearly 3,000 products in her lifetime) and 89% of more than 10,000 ingredients that go into these products have not been evaluated for safety*. The average

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JOJOMOKA Products
Jacqueline Tan

Healthy skin in 3 simple steps

JOJOMOKA Skincare range is designed to bring long-term health benefits to your skin in 3 simple steps: 1. Purify 2. Nurture 3. Combat PURIFY : Sustained exposure of your skin to pollutants and cosmetics leads to an unhealthy accumulation of dirt, toxins and dead skin cells on your body.  JOJOMOKA’s unique

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Tomoka Nguyen

Learning from Muslim beauty

Lately, it isn’t uncommon to see beauty products labeled with promises such as sulfate free, paraben free, all natural, organic, and vegan. These all seem to be a wonderful breakthrough in skincare. However, as I shared in my earlier post Are your Natural and Organic Skincare products faithful?, it is

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Dangerous Chemical
Tomoka Nguyen

Effective Sunscreen, naturally

Did you know that pigmentation is not always caused by external factors? Usually the result of three factors: Physical Physiological Emotional As you may have guessed, sun exposure and stress are the key causes of pigmentation. It is far more effective to focus on prevention in the case of pigmentation

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