While skin aging has always been a serious matter, the pandemic and all our stressors, such as pollution, mental and emotional concerns have made things worse. It is now time to use science to help improve our skin, and a focus on prevention helps make things better.
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LIGHT THE WAY
ILAC DIAZ’s Liter of Light has been helping to illuminate homes for almost a decade— even throughout the challenges brought about by the pandemic. This year, they want to place the spotlight on Filipino heroism
AN EYE FOR DESIGN
CYNDI FERNANDEZ BELTRAN on good design, being a leader, and appreciating her surroundings
Ease stressors on the skin with CALECIM PROFESSIONAL, a breakthrough in anti-aging skincare
A Fine Vintage
Once Upon a December
TOWER OF THE FUTURE
Carbon neutrality and sustainability are the future-proofing factors for large scale architecture and development
The France-based lab that many professionals swear by is finally in the Philippines
YAO - SANTOS
A Celebration of Love
A MAGIC CARPET RIDE
An ancient industry in need of freshening up, FORT STREET STUDIO arrived with the use of technology and painterly designs to change the carpet world
A DIFFERENT PATH
The future was bright for Kevin Uy—and then the pandemic hit. He found his Plan B in a homegrown business, VIAJÉ BY KEV
10 tools cruising sailors bring to the stay-at-home table
On March 19, as Jon and I finished setting the hook in Corong Corong Bay, Palawan, we were approached by the Philippine coast guard and told to leave. The enhanced community quarantine was newly in effect, and we were unwelcome.
IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS
Go slowly, look closely, and killer nudi shots could be your reward
CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM: ROBOCALLS
Have you been missing something amid the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders? No, not human contact. Not even toilet paper.
A good landing is one you can walk away from
No, this is not a scene from any movie where the hero staggers away from a “good landing” on Mindoro, Philippine Islands, after being shot down by a Japanese Zero; it is an actual photo of Lt. S. F. Ford walking away from a virtually new Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning that he crash-landed, probably some time after January 1945.
The Philippines Faces Fiery Volcano Eruption as Year Begins
Shortly after the New Year began, on January 12, the 1,020-foot high Taal Volcano near the Philippine capital of Manila let loose.
The Chocolate Hills of Bohol
Wait, did you say, “Chocolate Hills?!” If you have mouth-watering images of mounds of chocolate ready to be munched, your taste buds will be sorely disappointed.
She Tried To Smuggle A Baby In Her Baggage!
AMERICAN FACING LIFE IN PHILIPPINE PRISON OVER ADOPTION SCANDAL.
An American Pig in the Philippines
To meet Asian demand, the U.S is sending in its best best porcine DNA.
PCG ships drive away 7 Chinese militia vessels from West PH Sea
Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) ships drove away seven foreign ships believed to be manned by Chinese militias from the Sabina Shoal in the West Philippine Sea.
1st Batch Of National ID Cards To Be Delivered This Week – PSA
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) on Monday, May 3, said the first batch of Philippine ID (PhilID) cards printed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) will be delivered starting this week.