Sultans of Shave combines inspiration and passion for the art of male grooming. It started with a quest to revive one of the oldest, but less than glamorous, trades in Singapore – the back alley barber.
Barbers of Sultans of Shave are experienced, professional and live by the philosophy of bringing the finest barber cut experience. Sultans of Shave established their stable of products handpicked from numerous brands.
Make an appointment with Sultans of Shave's newest outlet at Jewel Changi Airport to pamper yourself and network in a relaxed setting – specially designed for gentlemen.
The additional floor area of 220,000 sq ft will allow Raffles Hospital to expand its clinical services and grow its clinics and inpatient beds to meet growing patient needs in Singapore for the next 10 years.
With Raffles Specialist Centre in operation, Raffles Hospital is able to offer more quality services through new centres, such as the Raffles Breast Centre and Raffles Vascular Intervention Centre. The two centres aim to provide one-stop care to medical conditions relating to the breast and disorders relating to the circulatory system respectively.
The areas freed up allowed for the retrofitting of two floors in Raffles Hospital to new wards to meet growing demand. Ward 10 consists of 64 private inpatient beds, including a presidential suite, 43 suites and choice of 2-bedded and 4-bedded rooms. Designed to be an oasis for comfort and healing, rooms in ward 10 are an ideal resting sanctuary for recovery. Ward 13 is designed with generous space allocation for patients under the Ministry of Health Emergency Care Collaboration scheme to recuperate in comfort. Read more about their expansion here.
86 Blanc Hair Studio at Far East Plaza is a professional hair boutique located in Orchard that is accessible to all price ranges.
Stepped down as Creative Director after several years at J7 Art of Hair studio, James, the co-founder of 86 Blanc Hair Studio, and his team who have over 10 years of combined experiences specialize in individually tailoring all customers' hair needs to each and every person that walks through their doors.
“Many people believe that organic hair colour and bleached vibrant colour are not compatible. With trial and error and continuous tryouts of various organic colour and techniques, we have finally found a way to resolve this dilemma so you can bleach your hair and create lasting vibrant colour without hurting your scalp!” James, Co-founder.
In celebration of their 14th anniversary in Singapore and also to accommodate their unprecedented growth over the years, SK-II Boutique Spa by Senze Salus, has moved its Millenia Walk outlet to a 4,000 sq ft space at Raffles City Shopping Centre.
The all-new flagship spa boasts over 20 plush treatment suites, a dedicated 'beauty bar' and spacious lounge area, as well as spacious & beautifully-designed private consultation rooms.
SK-II Boutique Spa has been around since 2004 and is the first and only spa in Singapore to use prestige skincare brand SK-II in its facial services. The spa doesn’t just pride itself on efficacious treatments, but also boasts of strong customer loyalty as a result of relationship-based management, and its suite of value-added services. It has set new benchmarks in the beauty industry via its service and experience innovations, as well as the retention of highly experienced beauty therapists and staff.
The National Healthcare Group's Woodlands Health Campus (WHC) masterplan envisions personalised and quality healthcare for the community of the future by integrating three components - state-of-the-art medical hardware and software technology, therapeutic green spaces and seamless care with community and primary care providers. Set to open in phases from 2â€‹022, WHC will be a 1,800 bedded facility comprising an acute hospital, community hospital, specialist outpatient clinics and long-term care facility within a 7.66ha site.
â€‹WHC will be an open and welcoming campus, with various activities organised within the campus and parklands to encourage staff and patients to engage in an active lifestyle. WHC will also serve as a hub that fosters health promotion, engages residents and connects them to community care providers in Woodlands,Sembawang, Admiralty, Woodgrove and Marsiling.
Shiseido announced the opening of their new office in Singapore, located in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District.
The move is part of Shiseido’s VISION 2020 corporate transformation, as the company focuses on accelerating growth in the second phase of its medium-to-long term strategy. The new office hub will house the regional headquarters of Shiseido Asia Pacific, the global headquarters for Shiseido Travel Retail and the affiliate office of Shiseido Singapore. As centres of value creation, this structure facilitates flexible and agile decision making; enabling Shiseido to achieve significant growth through marketing activities attuned to the needs of regional consumers and global travellers.
As they continue to build for the future, Shiseido is committed to an increased investment in their brands, talent development, beauty innovation and business activities that will positively and sustainably impact society.
The new office will house three new dedicated facilities:
Asia Learning Centre, a first-of-its-kind dedicated training facility that will train approximately 2,000 Shiseido employees from Asia Pacific, Travel Retail, Japan & China each year. Its programmes aim to develop leadership, function-specific and innovation skills and behaviours that are critical in supporting growth and bringing out the best from employees for Shiseido’s continued success.
Asia Pacific Innovation Centre, which will enable open-source innovation, Asia Pacific consumer research, as well as create and localize a portfolio of highly specialised products for the Asian market and climate.
Life Quality Beauty Centre: As they strive for a society that promotes greater happiness and positivity for everyone, this is a unique facility that provides private, specialized make-up consultations to consumers with significant skin concerns such as port-wine stains, nevus, scars, vitiligo and changes in appearance due to the side effects of medical treatment. Shiseido has helped consumers with serious skin concerns since 1956, when many in Japan suffered from serious skin burns post-war, by developing a foundation called Shiseido Spots Cover.
Shiseido Asia Pacific and the global headquarters of Travel Retail first established their presence in Singapore in 2016 & 2015 respectively; with the employee base almost doubling to over 250 employees, with nationalities spread across 17 countries.
The strategic location of the Singapore office puts Shiseido closer to key markets in Asia, enabling the company toleverage the region’s robust potential with its rising middle-class population. Growth in the premium beauty segment in Asia Pacific is forecasted increase by USD$4.4 billion from 2016-2021, while the mass beauty segment is expected to achieve more than triple this amount.
Asia Pacific also represents a key region and engine of growth for the global Travel Retail Channel. Current forecasts estimate that its beauty segment represents a potential market size of USD$26 billion by 2021; the proximity of Shiseido Travel Retail aims to empower and guide the team alongside this growth.
Shiseido was founded in 1872 as the first Western-style pharmacy in Japan. The business gradually evolved into a cosmetic company, offering consumers the most advanced technology and finest aesthetics available in the East or West. Shiseido is the premier cosmetics company with roots in Japan; and the name of Shiseido has come to represent the world’s highest standards of quality.
Shiseido’s global selection of skincare, makeup and fragrance includes a high-performance category for special skin care, and a brightening line. Shiseido also offers body care, suncare and a skincare line for men. Fiercely contemporary and innovative after 145 years in business, Shiseido is now sold in 88 countries and regions across the world.
From 14 January 2019, National University Hospital's outpatient paediatric services will be consolidated within a one-stop centre which was made possible through a generous gift from the estate of Khoo Teck Puat. Their new centre, NUHkids Specialist Centre, focuses on creating a therapeutic environment that is child-centric and family-friendly.
The overall ‘playscape’ design concept is inspired by nature. Studies have shown that through good play, a child’s body, mind and soul are stimulated which encourages interaction and creative development. The ‘playscape’ ethos begins from the arrival atrium. Its environment and interiors serve to provide your child and family a holistic care experience.
Their 10-storey outpatient centre is visually prominent with a lofty 14m-high arrival atrium, rising above the surrounding buildings. A clear separation of vehicular and pedestrian flow ensures a safe arrival and facilitates registration.
The spacious atrium aims to promote intuitive way finding for visitors arriving via different transports or from other buildings within the Kent Ridge campus. The linkway on the fourth level will connect the new centre to the Main Building, allowing integration with existing facilities (including inpatient facilities and services) and maximising operational efficiency for the existing and new services. The experience of each visit focuses on two essential aspects: one-stop convenience and a delighted child.
In order for paediatric consultation to be a pleasant experience for the child and the accompanying caregiver, they aim to provide a cosy and comfortable environment where stress is taken out of the visit.
Your child and family will first be greeted with an explosion of colours at their city-themed atrium. The journey to the upper storeys sees a nature-themed reception and waiting areas which will lead to the outdoor playground.
Traditional seating and room configuration are replaced by modular furniture that serve as play objects and resting areas. The sky gardens are adjacent to the waiting areas on every floor. This access to daylight and the outdoors creates a therapeutic environment integral for a healing experience.
Waiting time is translated into play time in the themed (i.e. rainforest, savannah, arctic) waiting area as the child climbs, crawls, interacts and explores the theme-inspired features within observatory vicinity of the parents.
The new centre will change the experience of a visit to the hospital for both the child as well as the accompanying caregiver.
NUCOHS will enable the National University of Singapore Faculty of Dentistry and NUH’s University Dental Cluster to operate within NUHS under an academic health centre governance model with the objective of transforming oral health in Singapore and nurturing the next generation of oral health professionals.
The new Centre will be equipped with patient-centric facilities to manage the oral health needs of elderly patients, as well as those with special needs and co-existing medical conditions rendering routine dental treatment that are more complex.
Dentistry undergraduates can also look forward to more extensive and exciting use of innovative educational technology to complement the conventional methods of training and education.