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Phindile Gwala-Ngandu shares some skincare tips

Phindile Gwala-Ngandu

Phindile Gwala-Ngandu, took to Instagram on Tuesday to post an image of herself, fresh-faced, sharing her insights on skincare. Skincare has become more and more important, with many celebrities sharing their tips and tricks as well as the products they use to ensure they remain as flawless as possible. As one of the faces of Swiss Beauty Cosmetics, actress and beauty influencer, Phindile Gwala-Ngandu, continues to shed light on taking care of one’s skin.

She shared an image of herself, fresh-faced and paying homage to her skin. In the image she shared, she can be seen showing off her radiant skin, wearing a towel and seemingly lying in bed. She captioned the image with some skincare advice, informing social media users of the importance of taking care of the skin and not always relying on make-up.

Phindile Gwala-Ngandu

The caption read, “Skin care is so much more important than make-up. Make-up is for when you’re having fun and going out. But your skin is forever.” Among the many compliments by social media users, some sparked a conversation around skin tone.

One social media user pointed out that the actress’ face and her hands are the exact same skin tone and that many women struggle with that. The actress responded with a different perspective, listing the many factors that contribute to the change in skin tone, such as cooking over a hot stove, among other things.

In other news – Oskido’s son out of Covid-19 self-isolation after returning from Spain

Veteran DJ and music mogul Oskido is breathing a sigh of relief after his son has come out of a 14-day period of self-isolation healthy and with no signs of Covid-19. The star’s son, who studies and plays soccer in Spain, returned home last month as the deadly virus spread across Europe.


He was immediately placed in self-isolation and this week finished the period. Spain has recorded over 88,000 cases and over 7,700 deaths since the pandemic started in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year. Read more

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