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Beauty, Wellness19 January 2021
Sanpaku, an Intriguing Form of Face Reading

What do Marilyn Monroe, Lisa from Blackpink and Billie Eilish have in common? They all have an obvious case of yin sanpaku — which refers to eyes in which the white space around the pupil is visible either above or below it. There are many possible explanations for sanpaku ranging from the genetic to the health-related to the supernatural, but there is no one, clear understanding of what it signifies.

Beauty, Wellness17 December 2020
A Study of Stones in Beauty Therapy

The use of stones in beauty treatments have been carried out for centuries. Despite technological advancements, their popularity continues today.

Wellness, Beauty14 December 2020
Is This the End of the Manicure?


In an era of relaxed beauty standards, naked nails may be the new norm.

Entertainment & Culture, Wellness1 December 2020
Halima Aden Chooses Faith Over Fashion

The well-known model shared via Instagram that she’s taking a break to set some boundaries in the industry.

Wellness, How to Live Better27 November 2020
Revisiting an Ancient Theory of Herbalism

In our own era of mysterious diseases, the supposition that some plants might cure the human organs they most resemble is surfacing once more.

How to Live Better, Wellness24 November 2020
Once the Disease of Gluttonous Aristocrats, Gout Is Now Tormenting the Masses

It can be tempting to ascribe the affliction’s prevalence to our current climate of indulgence, but that’s not the full story.

Trending, Wellness, Entertainment & Culture13 November 2020
The Year of Blur

How isolation, monotony and chronic stress are destroying our sense of time.

Gourmet, Wellness23 October 2020
How to Create Your Own Herbal Tea Garden

For these uncertain times, a step-by-step guide to growing brew-friendly plants at home, and using them to make infusions that soothe and restore.

Gourmet, Wellness29 September 2020
Are Mushrooms the Future of Wellness?

Long thought to have medicinal benefits, fungi including reishi, lion’s mane and chaga are gaining popularity in the wellness world.

Wellness20 August 2020
The Dual History of Poisonous Flowers

From ancient times through today, the same blooms used to harm have also proved healing.

Art & Design, Wellness11 August 2020
Inspired by Memories and Remedies, Earthy Home Scents From Loewe

An amateur plantsman, Jonathan Anderson shares his bounty with the rest of us.

Gourmet, Wellness, T at Home19 June 2020
How to Create Your Own Herbal Tinctures

A herbalist shares three simple recipes for calming, restorative drinks.

Wellness16 June 2020
What Is All of That Screen Time Doing to Your Skin?

We checked in with experts to learn about the risks of indoor light and how we can protect ourselves.

Gourmet, Wellness3 June 2020
The Healthy Recipes a Nutritionist Ends Her Day With

Easy recipes for the latter half of the day: a refreshing low-carb dinner, a dairy-free banana ice cream, and a cacao nightcap that helps the body unwind.

Wellness, Gourmet23 May 2020
The Nourishing Recipes a Nutritionist Starts Her Day With

For those at home and in a rut: an evergreen immunity-boosting breakfast, a caffeine-free latte and more.

Wellness, Beauty17 April 2020
T Suggests: A Botanical Bath Remedy, Haute Hand Sanitisers and Calming Lavender Scents

In unprecedented times, a restorative botanical soak that doubles as an effective antidote for the nerve-wracked senses — and more.

Wellness15 April 2020
How to Cope With Anxiety During a Pandemic

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.

Wellness, T at Home8 April 2020
T Picks: Things to Boost Productivity While You Work From Home

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.

Wellness, Entertainment & Culture7 April 2020
Our Health Is in Danger. Wellness Wants to Fill the Void.

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.

Wellness, Gourmet, T at Home1 April 2020
T Picks: Mindful Things You Can Buy From Home to Help Make a Change

In the face of a universally uncertain future, there are some things we can do to help. Considered online shopping is one of them.

Gourmet, Wellness25 March 2020
The Yam Soup That Keeps a Fashion Designer Energised

A proponent of intermittent fasting, Norma Kamali relies on a simple herbal drink and bright yam soup to stay balanced.

Wellness23 March 2020
At Home, How to Run a Bath That Feels Like a Spa Treatment

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.

Wellness, Gourmet, T at Home21 March 2020
T’s Guide to Staying at Home, and Making the Best of It

Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.

Wellness19 March 2020
The Most Moisturising Creams for Diligent Hand Washers

A roundup of dermatologist-approved (and nongreasy) lotions to soothe dry fingers in a time of assiduous scrubbing.

Wellness, Travel12 March 2020
How to Disinfect Your Space on an Airplane

Here are some tips for cleaning your area of a plane and keeping healthy on a flight.

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