Jolene's articles

  1. Medical
  2. Teeth
“A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.” ― Phyllis Diller. Clear aligners like Invisalign for teeth straightening have become extremely popular in Singapore today. It’s no wonder: we all want a perfectly straight set of ivory teeth, but the thought of being metal-mouthed for a whole two to three years screams pain and […]
  1. Featured
  2. Food
  3. Wellness
A superfood like no other — made of frozen and mashed acai berry puree, an acai bowl is a powerhouse of fibre, antioxidants and healthy fats that’s good for you. The acai berry is known to be higher in antioxidants than blueberries, blackberries or strawberries. Pronounced ah-sigh-ee, the acai berry is a deep purple fruit […]
  1. Eye
  2. Medical
ReLEx SMILE is a relatively new laser vision correction procedure in Singapore. An alternative to Lasik in Singapore, ReLEx SMILE offers a no-flap approach to correct your near-sightedness and astigmatism for good. That’s also why ReLEx SMILE is often touted as better than Lasik as it is generally considered as less invasive than Lasik. During […]
  1. Athleisure
  2. Featured
  3. Movement
This week, we have the founder of local swimwear label K.BLU, Lyn Rosmarin to talk about her experience as a womanpreneur, the importance of mental wellness and how despite achieving success, entrepreneurship is an ongoing journey that involves a lot of hard work in the dirt, mental fortitude — and can also be lonely. 1. […]
  1. Beauty
  2. Featured
  3. Self care
  4. Skin
Organic make up in Singapore is a trend that is fast-catching on here as we become more discerning about what exactly goes into our creams, make-up, foundations and skincare. Paraben-free, chemical-free, no sulphates are just a few phrases we now look out for when we buy our products. We care more about ingredient labels these […]
  1. Featured
  2. Wellness
It all began with a heartbreak, when Denica Flesch – founder of SukkhaCitta, a socially conscious clothing line comprising pieces handmade by women artisans in rural Indonesian villages – saw what was going on firsthand in these villages across Java, Kalimantan Bali and Flores. She saw individuals trapped in the endless poverty and learned about […]