Chanel Skin Care Review Singapore

Chanel CC Cream Review

Chanel CC Cream Review. I have only been using this CC cream for few days but the finished look has been consistent for these few days and I think it’s fine for me to write the review. I think the packaging is rather dull and looks cheap considering this is retailing at $82. I blend the CC cream with my hands.  The CC Cream has a very nice smell that’s not too strong. Chanel CC cream lasts for 8 hours with me and the best thing of this CC cream is that it does not makes my face oily. Usually my face tends to be oily after 4-5 hours of application but it’s not the case with Chanel CC cream. Overall Chanel CC Cream has done a very good job to my skin. What I love the most is this product does not make my skin oily after hours of application. more...



Chanel - Hydra Beauty Creme

The "active" ingredient Chanel calls out is the plant Camellia alba, which they refer to as "camellia alba PFA." According to Chanel, this plant promotes "optimal moisture retention within skin cells," but there is no research supporting this claim; even if such research did exist, there's a long list of other ingredients with lots of research showing they can help skin maintain moisture and fight environmental damage (and optimally, too)! That's wonderful, but hardly unique to this product, not to mention that the jar packaging for this moisturizer won't keep this plant extract stable during use (see More Info for details). On balance, the price and jar packaging alone make this a questionable product. (Centre de Recherches et d'Investigations Epidermiques et Sensorielles) as a way to give credibility to its products and the formulary expertise of Chanel's team of scientists, but its studies are not necessarily the kind of independent research that shows up in medical journals. Founded in 1991 and funded by Chanel, the goal of this research facility is "to help provide a scientific foundation for the design of skin care products and to promote public awareness of the principles underlying maintenance of healthy, attractive skin." Examining Chanel's often lengthy ingredient lists reveals that they believe healthy, attractive skin requires mostly standard, banal ingredients coupled with lots of fragrance and just a smattering of anything resembling state-of-the-art ingredients. Furthermore, their Nº 1 products claim to increase skin's oxygen uptake, something that essentially puts skin on the fast track for more free-radical damage, and no one at C. Just like most Chanel skin-care products, the research facility and its ties to the dermatology community make it sound more impressive than it really is. Considering the couture-level prices, too much of Chanel's skin care is average, and that doesn't look good on anyone. It's hard to ignore that much of what Chanel does well other lines do just as well (and sometimes better), and with a more realistic price range to boot. The new Beautypedia Team proudly and unequivocally maintains the commitment to help you find the best products possible for your skin. We do this by relentlessly pursuing and relying on published scientific research so you will have unbiased information on what works and what doesn't-and the sneaky ways you could be making your skin worse, not better! more...



12 Best Chanel Products - - and the Worst

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Perfume, skin care products, beauty products Singapore

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Chanel - Rouge Double Intensite Ultra Wear Lip Colour

It does wear well throughout the day (and night), but as with similar products, it requires regular reapplication of the glossy top coat to keep lips from feeling dry and chapped. (Centre de Recherches et d'Investigations Epidermiques et Sensorielles) as a way to give credibility to its products and the formulary expertise of Chanel's team of scientists, but its studies are not necessarily the kind of independent research that shows up in medical journals. Founded in 1991 and funded by Chanel, the goal of this research facility is "to help provide a scientific foundation for the design of skin care products and to promote public awareness of the principles underlying maintenance of healthy, attractive skin." Examining Chanel's often lengthy ingredient lists reveals that they believe healthy, attractive skin requires mostly standard, banal ingredients coupled with lots of fragrance and just a smattering of anything resembling state-of-the-art ingredients. Furthermore, their Nº 1 products claim to increase skin's oxygen uptake, something that essentially puts skin on the fast track for more free-radical damage, and no one at C. Just like most Chanel skin-care products, the research facility and its ties to the dermatology community make it sound more impressive than it really is. Considering the couture-level prices, too much of Chanel's skin care is average, and that doesn't look good on anyone. Many of their products are deserving of the best status, but, frustratingly, an equal number disappoint, seeming to coast on Chanel's name and attention to upscale, designer-influenced packaging rather than providing true quality. For example, few companies have foundations with textures as varied and state-of-the-art as Chanel. It's hard to ignore that much of what Chanel does well other lines do just as well (and sometimes better), and with a more realistic price range to boot. Although Chanel does not conduct animal testing for its products sold elsewhere, the Chinese government requires imported cosmetics be tested on animals, so foreign companies retailing there must comply. The new Beautypedia Team proudly and unequivocally maintains the commitment to help you find the best products possible for your skin. The Beautypedia Team reviews all products using the same research, criteria, and objectivity, whether the product being reviewed is from Paula's Choice or another brand. more...



OYHZ : Onsen Skin Care Singapore

For the skin, body and mind. The facial skin is more delicate than that of the body and therefore, it requires. I have been using the products for about two weeks now, and it is definitely working very well for my skin! Relaxes the skin while thoroughly cleansing and removing. Prepares the skin for subsequent treatment products. Collagen particles keep penetrating the inner layers of skin cells and they accelerate repair and renewal for about 8 hours. It leaves the skin soft, glowing and supple for hours, while letting it breathe. Contains actives that work overtime in the innermost skin layers to renew and firm the skin and. The scrub leaves skin soft, smooth and nice to the touch with a fresh scent of renewal. Our conditioning body butter rich with vitamins for the renewal of skin and protection against free radicals. Vitamin A helps to renew skin cells and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Leaves the skin especially soft and smooth for 24 hours. Onsen Shea Power Body Butter is based on our Micro Water Complex® to assure ultimate absorbance and 100% activity in the cells for increased skin blood circulation. Thank you for the wonderful skin care range, Onsen. And thanks for Melvin for the introduction :) more...