Tagged as: Beauty Products for Winter, Cilantro & Orange Extract Pollutant Defending Masque, Clay masks, Intense Hydration, Kiehl's, Masque, Moisturizer, Moisturizing Masks, Samples, Turmeric & Cranberry Energizing Radiance Masque, Ultra Facial Cream
Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Beauty
Indeed, today’s post shall be able two new masques products that were launched this year from Kiehl’s. And I wanted to slot in my thoughts on one of their existing moisturizing cream and how it could work on oily skin.
Thus the title.. hope you had a good laugh after finding out what that “Old Cream” is.
The two new tubs of new mask products are the Turmeric & Cranberry Energizing Radiance Masque and Cilantro & Orange Extract Pollutant Defending Masque. Each tub is priced at S$49.
The Clarins Shaping Facial Lift is a popular product designed for Asian women to target coutouring on the face.
I have never been much of a believer of a product that makes you slimmer, or makes you look slimmer because most of my experiences with them have not been successful.
However, if we were to look at this product again, it contains plant extracts - guarana extract, zerumbet ginger and kaki extracts, as well as caffeine. Doesn’t sound too different from a skincare product that targets puffiness or tries to energize the skin.
So, I try to regard the Clarins Shaping Facial Lift as a skincare product rather than a “lifting” or “slimming” product and here are some suggestions how you could consider using it.
You know how your skin has mood swings at times. Sudden purge of zits, or patches of redness and occasional bumps.. and you just don’t know why that happens and how to alleviate the situation.
There are skincare products in the market that target such “stressful” situations. If you are undergoing such a phase right now, you can consider some of these products.
I think I might deserve a slap because this is one of the few skincare items that I have repurchased, yet I have never posted a review on it!
I started using the Bioderma Sensibio Legere (also known as the Soothing Cream and Crealine Legere) when I ran out of the Jurlique Rose Plus Moisturizing Cream. I didn’t think much of it initially and little did I know that I would repurchase this product in France as I was almost done with my first tube!
Priced at S$35.90 for 40ml (and a lot cheaper in France), this is an affordable moisturizer for those with sensitive skin.
The latest member of the Creme de La Mer Moisturizing series, the Soft Cream is aptly positioned as an in-between. A softer and lighter version for those who are unable to accept the Creme’s thick consistency, the Soft Cream offers greater hydration properties for others who find the Moisturizing Gel Cream too lightweight.
Containing the same “Miracle Broth” that La Mer is famous for, the new Soft Cream is milky and fluffy, gliding easily onto the skin without having to “warm” them with your fingers as you would have done for the original Creme.
For those who have not read my previous post, SK-II launched the first product of its new StemPower series recently at Nuance Watson. The StemPower Moisturizer targets primary signs of skin ageing such as dryness, pores, texture, radiance and lack of firmness, and apparently enables users to feel radical firmness in 10 days.
So here’s the question everyone is asking: Did the product live up to its claims?
I have been curious about Jurlique for a while, having heard that they are a natural skincare brand, i.e. probably pretty effective for sensitive skin types. I had the opportunity to experience the new Rose Moisture Plus With Antioxidant Complex Skincare range and I think this range helped cement my good impression of the brand.
(from left) Rose Moisture Plus Cleanser, Rose Moisture Plus Moisturising Cream, Rosewater Balancing Mist