Be Inspired by These Amazing #GirlBosses

Today is International Women’s Day, and we’d like to feature two women whom we think are strong, courageous and inspiring. They are Xie QianQian, founder of GRAYE – a men’s clothing label and Samantha Tan, the founder of The Local Box – a healthy F&B business. Let’s hear what they say about starting up their own businesses!…

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PSLOVE TRIES: Cloth pads and pantyliners

We’ve talked about our experience with period panties, and we loved them. This time, we’ll be discussing the pros and cons of using reusable cloth pads as an alternative to disposable sanitary pads for that time of the month.   What are reusable cloth pads?   The cloth pads that we received from LiveLoveLuna are from…

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PSLOVE TRIES: Period Underwear

As we spend half our lives menstruating, it’s only fair to explore all the feminine hygiene options out there to figure out what suits us the best! Most of us girls who grew up in Singapore and other conservative Asian countries were taught by our mums to use sanitary pads from our very first period. But…

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25 November – International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, violence is defined as the use of physical force so as to injure, abuse, damage, or destroy. The term “violence against women” means any gender-based violence that leads to physical, sexual, or psychological harm or suffering in women. 35% of women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual violence by a partner or non-partner….

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NeckHeat is now in Guardian!

More than a year after MenstruHeat entered the shelves of 120 Guardian stores in Singapore, we’re proud to announce that NeckHeat has joined her sister! Here’s all you need to know about NeckHeat. What is NeckHeat? Sitting at your desk for long hours can cause neck and shoulder aches. NeckHeat is a natural heat therapy…

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PSLOVE TRIES: Making Our Pores Smaller

It’s every girl’s dream to have smooth and flawless skin, and with that, small, unnoticeable pores. These pores, which are actually openings of hair follicles, tend to be the most obvious at the forehead, nose and upper cheek areas. It is also more likely for people who tend to get acne to have more visible pores, as the oil glands…

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