Veganism and clean living have certainly taken off, especially in light of the pandemic in 2020. But there is another type of lifestyle that is surprisingly not as catered to as it should be: Halal.
If you have traveled to China and some parts of Asia, you may have likely seen or possibly shopped at one of the many Watsons retail stores for some medicine, cosmetics, or personal care products.
After a woman reaches puberty, the uterus follows a natural process of shedding the tissue buildup from its lining once every month. This monthly occurrence comes in the form of bleeding, otherwise known as menstruation. Over the years, many products have been created to make this experience more hygienic and comfortable.
There are a lot of tremendous and credible brands and products in the beauty industry. However, those that come out trending or at the top of the ranks are trustworthy not just because of their credibility or efficacy, but also their marketing strategies.
This day and age have gotten many leading busy and hectic lives. Almost everyone is suffering from at least one health problem, be it physical or mental.
India is the second-most populous country globally, with over 1.3 billion people making up this land of cultural richness and diversity.
For many centuries, beauty and wellness have been an inextricable part of Japanese culture. The Japanese beauty industry dates back to the sixth century, where elements like red lip, rice powder (as a makeup mattifier and setter), and calligraphy style makeup brushes originated.
Pre-COVID, the beauty and personal care industry is valued at a mighty $532 billion, according to a Business Insider article.
What started out as exportation of entertainment, music, TV dramas, and movies to Southeast Asia and neighboring countries, the phenomenal growth of Korean pop culture (or Hallyu) has extended its reach to Europe and the United States.
We honestly believe that beauty is more than skin-deep, and holistic self-care should be a top priority for everyone.