RYO, the leading shampoo brand in South Korea and also a multi-award winning shampoo brand has launched its latest products in the Hair Loss Care Series which consists of the Scalp Deep Cleansing Scaler EX and the Hair Loss Care Essence. When used together with Ryo’s Hair Loss Care shampoo and treatment, they are effective in combating hair loss. Ryo’s Chief Hair Designer, Jeong Seok explains that healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp and that scalp care is definitely essential in ensuring that hair stays healthy and thereby preventing hair loss. “Ryo believes that achieving a harmonious balance between the ‘Yul (hair)-Ryo (scalp)’ is important in achieving healthy lustrous hair but any hair issues must first be addressed from the scalp. Therefore, Ryo’s treatment remains focused on the scalp,” said Jeong Seok. Both the Scalp Deep Cleansing Scaler EX (145ml, RM59.90) and the Ryo Hair Loss Care Essence (75ml, RM74.90) are available at all … [Read more...] about Ryo’s hair loss solution starts with scalp treatment
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MANILA – Rizal Commercial Banking Corp is regaining ground, as it recovered from the fallout of a $81 million (P4.1 billion) money laundering caper, its president said Friday. The Yuchengco-controlled lender fell to 8th from 5th over all but deposit levels are now back to normal, RCBC President Eugene Acevedo said in an exclusive interview with ANC’s The Boss, his first since his appointment. "The main impact of that was we lost a bit of deposits in the first year but I'm happy to report that the levels are back to normal in fact our deposits have been growing. What we really need to do now is go back and what we’ve missed in the last 3 years," Acevedo said. "The objective is, really to make sure that we don’t see other banks overtaking us again. We’re hoping that in the next 3 to 5 years, we’ll be able to fight our way back to no. 5," he added. Its consumer loan business helped offset losses. It's credit card business grew 31 … [Read more...] about RCBC bank ‘fighting its way back’ to the top, president says
Ipinayo ng isang doktor na magpatingin nang maaga ang mga taong may mga magulang na may kondisyong pattern hair loss o iyong pagkalagas ng buhok sa tuktok at harap ng anit. Isa ang pattern hair loss, o tinatawag na androgenetic alopecia, sa mga karaniwang uri ng pagkalagas ng buhok, sabi sa DZMM ng dermatologist na si Dr. Claudine Yap-Silva. Ayon kay Silva, "genetic" o namamana ang nasabing kondisyon. "Madalas may isa sa mga magulang ninyo na may pagkakalbo na katulad nito," ani Silva sa programang "Good Vibes." Posible namang maagapan umano ang pagkalagas ng buhok dahil sa androgenetic alopecia kung agad magpapatingin sa doktor, lalo iyong mga nasa edad 30 hanggang 40. "Kasi madalas 'pag both sides ng family ang mayroon actually, puwede kang mas maaga magpatingin," ani Silva. May binibigay na gamot ang mga doktor para sa mga nakararanas ng maagang pattern hair loss, anang doktora. Kung "severe" o malala na naman ang kondisyon ay maaari raw sumailalim ang pasyente sa hair transplant. … [Read more...] about News Bakit nagkakaroon ng pattern hair loss?
BETHPAGE, United States: Shifting the PGA Championship to May in time to be the first major after Tiger Woods snapped an 11-year major win drought was brilliant timing.An electric atmosphere is expected to greet the 15-time major winner next week at the 101st PGA Championship at Bethpage Black with huge numbers of casual television golf fans likely to lift ratings to record levels.But the PGA of America also hopes Woods winning the Masters last month at age 43 and chasing a 16th major title can boost lagging participation numbers the way his first major win did at the 1997 Masters."Obviously Tiger has impact, sort of the moon landing - it's not golf, it's 'Where were you when?' kind of stuff," said PGA of America chief executive Seth Waugh. "We absolutely know the fan base will be cranked up."We hope it will have the same effect that he had his first go-around on participation as well. Hopefully we can ride not only the wave and excitement about watching him play, but others … [Read more...] about Tiger win electrifies PGA move, but will it boost golf?
By Alyshah Hasham Courts Reporter Mon., April 29, 2019 Zaher “Zack” Noureddine made the world a better place — both in his 25 years alive and after he was murdered. “His heart is still pumping, his lungs are still breathing,” said his father Hassan Noureddine, after two of the men responsible for killing his son were sentenced Monday, each to more than 10 years in prison. As an organ donor, Zack Noureddine’s heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, pancreas and other organs live on in other people, Hassan said. “This is what keeps us standing. He didn’t die in vain.” In December, a jury found Patrick Smith, 29, guilty of the second-degree murder of Noureddine and of assaulting Noureddine’s friend and co-worker Mitchell Conery. Matthew Moreira, 35, was found guilty of manslaughter and pleaded guilty to attempted robbery. Read more: Article Continued Below Two men found guilty in midtown beating death of … [Read more...] about ‘Nothing will bring Zack back.’ Killers of man attacked near Yonge and Eglinton sentenced