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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Review: SK-II Facial Treatment Essence

If you remember this post here, YES, it has been quite some time since I've bought and tried out the SK-II Facial Treatment Essence. I've been meaning to share my thoughts here. However, interestingly for this product, my opinions only formed on my second bottle of product and after more than 6 months of usage.

Even without much further introduction from my end, I believe many would have already heard about this product from the aggressive advertisements everywhere. This product claims to have the benefits of boosting texture refinement, firmness power, wrinkle resilience, radiance enhancement and spots control. From the website, it claims to contain more than 90% of Pitera which helps to maintain the skin’s natural renewal cycle to its optimum condition to allow skin nourishment and helps balance skin’s pH and sebum moisturization.

Too much information to handle? Well, in summary, this is known as the ‘Miracle Water’.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Monthly Favorites #4: July Favorites

Hello everyone! I just got back from a work trip last night and thought I should do a quick post here to share some of my favorites for the past month. Again, sorry for not keeping up with my postings as I was caught up with all the work travels that I had to commit to for a few months now.

Some of you might remember that my previous holy grail foundation was the Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation. It definitely still is but recently with my rather hectic schedule, I had fallen in love with Chanel's Vitalumiere Aqua. I love the light consistency and the dewy finish that it gives. Whilst it may not be as long lasting as I hope it can be, topping some matte powder (aka Maybelline Dream Matte powder) definitely helps control oil throughout the day and make sure that it stays longer. The coverage is also light to medium yet buildable. That said, I would usually apply some concealer before/after applying to cover up some spots that the foundation can't cover up.