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For those at home and in a rut: an evergreen immunity-boosting breakfast, a caffeine-free latte and more.
In unprecedented times, a restorative botanical soak that doubles as an effective antidote for the nerve-wracked senses — and more.
In a bid to preserve our physical health, it’s easy to let slip our mental and emotional wellbeing. Here, a mental health professional shares her tips and advice.
It can be hard enough to be productive in the best of times, let alone when we’re facing a global crisis. Here, the T Singapore editorial team creates a list of things that might just help make it a little easier to get back on track.
To the wellness industry, the coronavirus represents not just a loss but an opportunity for self-actualisation. Miranda Kerr and Tom Brady are among the celebrities on the bandwagon.
In the face of a universally uncertain future, there are some things we can do to help. Considered online shopping is one of them.
A proponent of intermittent fasting, Norma Kamali relies on a simple herbal drink and bright yam soup to stay balanced.
A roundup of ingredients — from pore-clearing black lava salt to soothing palmarosa oil — that can help transform a simple soak into a restorative escape.
Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
A roundup of dermatologist-approved (and nongreasy) lotions to soothe dry fingers in a time of assiduous scrubbing.
Here are some tips for cleaning your area of a plane and keeping healthy on a flight.
It’s no longer considered solely a woman’s prerogative to care for their skin. Here, treatments, facials and devices that help men get their best skin ever.
Rife with mystery, the enigmatic tarot deck still sees relevance today albeit commonly used as a divination instrument that promotes self-care and spiritual healing.
Whatever version of wellness you’re seeking, there’s a podcast to get you in better physical and emotional shape.
The therapeutical ways of battling jet lag, tired skin and even insomnia.
According to Japanese theories on “sanpaku” — which refers to eyes in which the white space around the pupil is visible either above or below it — it does not bode well for the individual.
Botanical treatments, originating from ancient practices, are surging for a return — along with their purported promises of spiritual well-being.
In a time when “self-care” has become an established sociocultural obsession, a new wave of high-end products targeting the vulva has aptly surged, parking their oils and serums under the novel category of luxury intimate care.
Mental health professionals are speaking to the “therapy generation” online, at no cost. And it’s bringing in business.
Raised in bohemia at the Chelsea Hotel, Alex Auder now punctures the wellness world on Instagram. Can you blame her?
The secret to living longer, better lives as told by the age-old guiding principles of the Japanese.
There is much more to black’s fiercely enduring appeal beyond the function of easy matching. The colour black is, indeed, a form of armour.
In Holland Village’s neighbourhood, an animal-assisted therapy practitioner uses the human-canine bond as a catalyst towards a state of mental relaxation.
Are we blindly writing New Year’s resolutions and haphazardly trying to fulfil them? Andrew Stead, a life coach weighs in.
A trivialised yet potent method for the betterment of oneself, apparently.
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