The Green Singapore Sale is back for a second year with a month of eco-friendly, sustainable and ethical shopping beginning 28 June 2013. Besides deals and discounts, what’s new this year is a weekend baazar showcasing a wide variety of green products from 24 local retailers.
With the transboundary haze a current and recurring issue in Singapore, it is time to talk about indoor air quality. Haze or not, we spend more than 12 hour a day indoors, and so we felt it was fitting to piece together an indoor air quality toolkit on our SaferSkin Pinterest page.
Dr Martha Lee launched Eco Sex Singapore campaign to encourage Singaporeans to live green from the bedroom and beyond. We recently conducted an email interview with her to find out more about this campaign and what Singaporeans can glean from it.
Organised by LOHAS Asia and Green Drinks Singapore, the Singapore Skincare Discussion is the first public, open discussion on the health and safety of household-name personal care and cosmetic products, as well as what all consumers need to know about skincare products.
While this Calendula Shampoo & Body Wash by Weleda is a baby product, it is wonderful for adults too.
Living in a warm and humid climate such as Singapore means that most people are likely to use deodorants and antiperspirants. But have you ever questioned what makes these products so “effective”?
Many of us enjoy and even look forward to that manicure appointment. Adding a dash of style to our nails is always fun and exciting. However, it is important to note that it can come at a cost. The odour you are exposed to in nail salons is not only strong, but also rather toxic.