I have always been an advocate of natural beauty, as I prefer not to have much makeup on my face. Besides, it’s more important to have good skin as a base in order for foundation or makeup in general to stay on, since it acts as the basic canvas of sorts.
I do occasionally suffer from dry skin though - especially on my heels and calves - and I know I’m not alone. According to Physiogel’s Skincare Asia study, more than 50% of Asian women suffer from dry and sensitive face and body skin, caused by several factors such as climatic harshness and pollutants to hormonal factors and stress.
Physiogel’s Free in My Skin campaign fully resonates with me - it encourages every woman to take control of their skin condition, be confident and embrace living life to the fullest. Why be worried and hide your flaws? Some of your flaws can be turned into your biggest strengths - as long as you have the inner confidence and a little bit of charisma.
PS - Photos are taken after my extreme tanning by the intense sun in Europe. Naturally my legs and hands were dry after being sunburnt and exposed to dry climate conditions.
This post has been sponsored by Physiogel, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.