I couldn’t make it for the Skincode event the other time & they still passed me some products to try out! *happy*
Thanks Sephanie & Viv who attended & picked up on my behalf! You can check out Viv’s post here. I haven’t get to try out as I’m supposed to start on another set of skincare products but here’s some photos!
Whitening & Brightening Kit Set, SGD $128.00
Using the Biowhite Complex , a botanical lightening agent, which efficiently lightens the skin & unifies the complexion by inhibiting tyrosinase activity.
This kit consists of: UV protective whitening cream spf 12, Cool White Essence & Lightening Eye Contour Cream.
Aesthetics Hub has 2 new features on their website that I played around with & thought it’s pretty interesting so I’m gonna share with you here!
I tried out virtual aesthetics with Face Touch Up, an online app on the site that allows you to upload your photo & try “modifying” your jaw, chin or nose to have an idea how would you look like should you go for Aesthetic enhancements or, plastic surgery.
I used a pre-edited photo and enhanced my jaw a lil more sharper, as well as reducing my fleshy nose. The difference is not big here but check out my chin!
I then uploaded another older photo to have a feel of more modifications!
This beautician, Herine Ang is such a lazy and dunno-busy-with-what-s**t de woman!
I neglected my skin for a few weeks without masking! TSSKK! So I went to my mask stash & dig out this box of DNA Anti-Wrinkle Bio-cellulose mask from Neogence! I received it from the dedicated Taiwan Neogence team during my Taipei Beauty Trip in December 2013!
Neogence Ha DNA Anti-Wrinkle Bio-cellulose Mask (US$38.70)
I am the kind of person who is always sitting in front of the computer when I am at home – checking emails, editing photos, drafting blog posts etc… Hence, I don’t like to mask especially if there’s no ear-hooks to secure the mask in place. This Neogence DNA Anti-Wrinkle Bio-cellulose Mask does not have any “hooks” but I am extremely amazed at how well the mask holds!!
You know there’s so many different types of facial treatments offered by Aesthetic clinics and beauty salons out there that sometimes it is confusing for a person with no beauty knowledge to understand the difference or what machines are being used. Sometimes, even I myself got a lil confused especially if they have fanciful or overly-technological names.
So I decided to come up with 4 easy categories that we can relate to!
1) The Touch & Go
Certain counter brands have a small facial space with maybe a bed or two to let their consumers experience a facial. Their main purpose is usually to perform & showcase their products’ effects so that it can boost their counter sales their customers can try out for themselves how good the products are or if they really like it.