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Holistic Way Super Lutein

Holistic Way Super Lutein is a high strength comprehensive formulation with lutein, zeaxanthin, eyebright extract, ginkgo biloba, bilberry extract and other antioxidants. Lutein and zeaxanthin are colour pigments found in the eyes that act as powerful antioxidants which may help filter harmful high-energy blue light. Loaded with vitamins B, C, E, beta-carotene and antioxidants, eyebright extract plays an important role in supporting a healthy vision. Bilberry extract contains anthocyanosides that may strengthen blood vessels and capillary walls of the eyes. Ginkgo biloba in the formula may help improve blood circulation to the eyes, and thus promote general eye health.

How does it work?

Lutein is one of two major carotenoids found as a color pigment in the human eye (macula and retina). It may help to protect our eye from harmful high energy blue light, apart from protecting the eye tissues from sunlight damage. Lutein is concentrated in the primate retina, where together with zeaxanthin it forms the macular pigment.

Recommended Dosage: 1-2 capsules daily or as recommended by a physician.

Holistic Way Super Vision

Holistic Way Super Vision contains Bilberry Extract of the fruit, lutein, carrot juice powder, eyebright extract, multi-anthocyanidins, quercetin and rutin. It may help to enhance general eye health. In addition, the flavonoid and carotenoid antioxidants within this formulation help strengthen the blood vessels and the retinal capillary bed.

Lutein is one of two major carotenoids found as a color pigment in the human eye (macula and retina). It is thought to function as a light filter, apart from protecting the eye tissues from sunlight damage. Bilberry contains high antioxidant, anthocyanosides that may help support eye retinal health.

Recommended Dosage: 1-3 capsules daily or as directed by a physician.

Beauty Tip 1

Do you know the prevalence of myopia in Singapore is one of the highest in the world*?

It is estimated that 50% of children are myopia by age 12* and blurred vision are among the common eye problems one encounter. Blue light emitted from devices are exposing our eyes to damages. Here are some other tips to help when we’re on our computer:

1. Keep the top of your computer screen slightly below eye level

2. Adjust lighting to minimize stare on the screen

3. Take a break every 20 minutes to focus and stay away from screen

4. Keep your computer screen at least 20 inch from you

5. Use eye drops to soothe dry, irritated screen

Apart from that, eat a balanced diet by choose foods rich in antioxidants leafy green vegetables and fatty fish that are important to macula health, the part that is vital for central vision. Lutein and Beta-Carotene are carotenoid vitamins. Lutein, a colour pigment in macula and retina may help filter blue light which is essential for healthy vision.

*Sources: Ministry of Health, Health Promotion Board, National University of Singapore, and Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC), a member of the SingHealth Group.

This beauty tip is brought to you by Holistic Way.

Yun Nam Protein Essence

Heating, dyeing and other chemical processes can damage our hair, leaving it dry, brittle and untamable. That’s when your hair needs that extra help to repair itself – and our Protein Essence has just that! Featuring hydrolyzed wheat protein, our Protein Essence is specially formulated with essential nutrients to repair dry, damaged hair and restore your hair’s natural shine. Rich in essential amino acids and peptides, it effectively delivers the necessary ingredients your hair needs to grow healthily, repairs your damaged hair cuticles, all while also reducing hair fizziness, hair breakage and hair fall.

Our Protein Essence also contains Panthenol D Vitamin B5, an ingredient that moisturizes your hair while stimulating cell division and tissue repair, thus quick-boosting your hair and scalp’s recovery. If you’re looking for a solution to your damaged, dry or unruly hair, then this is the product for you!

Instructions: Shake well and spray evenly onto towel-dried hair.

Beauty Tip 2

Do you know the prevalence of myopia in Singapore is one of the highest in the world*?

Styling our hair is something most of us are guilty of. Whether it’s through hair dyes or heating tongs, our hair undergoes damage as we try our best to look good!

Here are our tips: ladies, don’t wear your hair up every day, because it could cause hair loss! If you’re pulling your hair back into a tight bun or ponytail daily, the tension can cause strands to break where they’re being held by your elastic or pull out at the root. What’s more, your scalp may develop bumps or blisters, further affecting your hair growth. Instead, try to alternate loose styles with tighter ones, and use soft elastic bands that won’t pull on strands.

Meanwhile, if you’re thinking of dyeing your hair, you should start preparing your hair for the damage months in advance! You must ensure that your hair is well-nourished and hydrated. Step up your oiling and hair mask game at least 2 months before you plan on dyeing your hair. Also, get regular trims and avoid heating tools!

This beauty tip is brought to you by Yun Nam Hair Care.