You go granny! More SG seniors turn to online shopping

Singapore seniors are taking a shine to online shopping and digital payments, according to Visa’s Digital Inclusion Research 2021.

Travel restrictions have encouraged one in three seniors (36%) to try online shopping, much higher than the one in four (25%) recorded in 2018. Moreover, nearly one-third (30%) of Singapore seniors expressed a preference for online shopping over visiting physical stores.

Whilst many seniors in Singapore are now aware and use digital payments, there is still further opportunity to change the behaviour of those who have not embarked on this journey. Therefore, we recognise the importance of educating our seniors so that they too can benefit from seamless and secure digital payment experiences,” said Visa country manager for Singapore and Brunei, Kunal Chatterjee.

The top three online purchases of Singaporean seniors are clothing (69%), food and groceries (68%), and household and cleaning products (63%).

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Shoppers Say That This Body Mask Is Like a ‘Luxurious Spa Treatment’

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Have you ever seen a movie with a scene set in the spa? The characters always seem to be indulging in a lavish treatment — be it a massage or mud bath. The latter may seem bizarre or uncomfortable to you, but they’re an essential in the lives of many self-care devotees. Body masks, which are somewhat similar to mud baths, can seriously improve the look of your skin if you deal with certain issues — including acne and cellulite.

You can treat yourself by splurging at your local spa, or you can save your hard-earned cash and do it at home with the help of the latest product from Kopari! Shoppers are obsessing over their new Pink Soufflé Body Mask, and claim that it feels like getting a high-quality treatment

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