Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Work out for better skin

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As the saying goes, there are no ugly women, only lazy ones.

Other than going through your daily skincare routine, exercise is also essential when it comes to attaining a better complexion.

We often emphasise the various cardiovascular benefits of working out but fail to stress how better circulation during exercise can promote healthier skin as well.

Even if you suffer from sensitive skin, you can still reap the benefits of exercise.

Read how your sweat session can give you a clear and radiant complexion here.

NTUC FairPrice halts all strawberry imports from Australia


NTUC FairPrice said on Monday (Sep 24) that it has halted all strawberry imports from Australia, following recent reports of needles found in the fruit.

Australian police have received reports of more than 100 alleged incidents of pins and needles being found in fruit since the scare began in Queensland state earlier this month.

Replying to queries from Channel NewsAsia, an NTUC FairPrice spokesperson said Australian strawberries from previous batches of imports remain available, but will not be replenished when they are sold out.

"As a responsible retailer, FairPrice takes food safety and quality matters very seriously," said the spokesperson in the statement.

Read more @ https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/ntuc-fairprice-halts-all-strawberry-imports-from-australia-10753456

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Source: ST , 25 Sept, 2018

Police warn of concert ticket scams ahead of high-profile gigs


The Singapore Police Force (SPF) warned the public to be wary of online purchase scams involving the sale of concert tickets.

In a news release on Monday (Sep 24), the police that they had received at least 120 reports of such scams in 2017.

In these reports, the victims either did not receive the tickets or received fake/invalid tickets after payments were made.

Ahead of several high-profile gigs in the last quarter of 2018 and first quarter of 2019, including acts like Maroon 5, Sam Smith and Mariah Carey, the police warned the public not to fall victim to scams.

Read more @ https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/police-warn-of-concert-ticket-scams-ahead-of-high-profile-gigs-10751422