Watsons brings in star products from Dr Jart+

Dr Jart Acne X Watsons brings in star products from Dr Jart+

I was thrilled to see Dr Jart+ finally available at a Watsons near me.  I think the company brought in four products from the Korean brand sometime end August but they were only available in the bigger outlets.  I’m not sure I’ll even get any of the products but I was excited because Dr Jart+’s BB creams are very popular and I think they deserve a mention now that they’re readily available locally.

Suitably formulated for sensitive skin
Dr Jart+’s products are said to be developed with minimum use of preservatives, alcohol, fragrance and other irritants and hence, suitable even for those with sensitive skin.  I’m not sure about this as I couldn’t find the ingredients in English.  But anyway, the four products introduced by Watsons here are:

- Black Label Detox Healing BB Cream(SPF 25PA+++)
– Silver Label Rejuvenating Blemish Base (SPF35/PA++)
– All Out Black Head
– Acne-X Spot Cover

Dr Jart at Watsons Watsons brings in star products from Dr Jart+

Raves and reviews on Dr Jart+ BB Creams
Of the four, the All Out Black Head and Acne-X Spot Cover interest me most. The All Out Black Head is said to get rid of blackheads in 10 minutes while the Acne-X Spot Cover is said to heal acne without leaving scars.   I understand that Dr Jart+ Black Label Detox Healing BB Cream(SPF 25PA++) is their best seller.  Jyoan of Dreamcavern gave the product 5 out of 5 stars and you can take a look at her review on the product to get an idea of its performance.  As for Dr Jart+ Silver Label Rejuvenating Blemish Base, it is specially developed for troubled and sensitive skin.  You can also read a comparison of the two BB creams by Kimoko here

However, if I am not wrong, Dr Jart+’s BB Creams are not so suitable for those with fair skin tone?  Those who have tried their products may like to share your thoughts?  And are there other products in the Dr Jart+ line you’ve tried and would recommend?

Credit for images: www.gseshop.co.kr & www.watsons.com.sg

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Comments

    • sesame says

      From Kimoko’s review, Hanskin still looks to be better. But most of the review seems to point to Dr Jart+ being above average. I guess it depends on the users…

    • sesame says

      I think they just brought in for some stores as the prices and ingredient lists were not ready.

  1. says

    Thanks for the link! The Acne-X is a medicated concealer? I feel like trying. hahaha. Haven’t seen their range on display though.

  2. eliza says

    LOL

    i have been using Dr. Jart Silver BB cream for over a year and its definitely suitable for fair skin. If you have darker skin, the silver bb cream will make your skin look ghastly.

    The black label is for slightly darker skin but i have never tried that before.
    It really did help will my acne =], better than foundations that causes pimples on my face ==”’

    I have used the black head and it didn’t really worked for me ==”’
    the nasty big ones are still on my nose.

    I also used Dr. Jart water drop moisturizer and this is a keeper for me. once you rub it with your fingers it turns to water droplets. suitable for oily skin like mine XD.

    i also have tried the dr.jart pore-x peeling gel. its for exfoliating sensitive skin. its texture like gel when on finger but once rub on damp skin, small bumps starts to appear and that’s the dead skin + dirt. some people may not like it because it doesn’t really exfoliate that hard. love the mild scent =]

    i haven’t tried the Acne-X Spot Cover
    the medicated concealer though.

    most of the products I got are from a trust worthy seller. glad to hear they have it in singapore =]

    • sesame says

      Hey Eliza: Thanks for the information! Oh such a disappointment to learn that the blackhead product didn’t work for you…and looks like I was reading about the black label being unsuitable for fair skin. I thought it was both.

    • sesame says

      I am also wondering how much they retail here. The prices were not up at the point I spotted them.

  3. Florence says

    I had tried the BB cream, it doesn’t not suit my skin tone as mine is belong to medium tone.Once apply I look like ghost even though the coverage is good.

  4. Florence says

    I myself think that it won’t suit ppl who got medium skin tone or tan skin.I think it suit more ppl who got fair skin.This is only base on my opinion.

  5. Fyi :) says

    BB Creams are at $32 SGD each.

    Both ION and NAC are carrying about 15 products including BB Creams and skincare range.

    There are also some stores such as Raffles City and Bugis which are carrying a slightly wider range.

    The rest of the stores are carrying about 5 products.

    Hope this helps.

    • sesame says

      Oh thanks for the info! I thought it’s only a few brought in as the website also showed the few.

  6. Fyi :) says

    If you mean the ones on the Watsons Website…I think that’s just to showcase the range that is available in more stores. :)

    All Out Blackhead is at $28 SGD

    Again, hope that helps!

    • sesame says

      Ah I see…I haven’t been to the bigger stores of late. Have to try to visit the one at ION soon. Thanks again for sharing the info and the prices. Very useful!

  7. Suz says

    The Dr. Jart BB cream scares me now. I bought it and noticed that I was breaking out. I did not look at the ingrediants on the back but b/c of you providing a list of ingrediants I will look into it and see what’s in it that may have made me break out. I am not sure if…it’s the bb cream but I noticed acne while using it for about a week. I will try it again but I am trying to get rid of these zits first…maybe I’ll give it a try, if I am not scared. My skin is oily and I tend to get zits here and there depending on the time of the month and…stress…etc

  8. Suz says

    The Dr. Jart BB cream scares me now. I bought it and noticed that I was breaking out. I did not look at the ingrediants on the back but b/c of you providing a list of ingrediants I will look into it and see what’s in it that may have made me break out. I am not sure if…it’s the bb cream but I noticed acne while using it for about a week. I will try it again but I am trying to get rid of these zits first…maybe I’ll give it a try, if I am not scared. My skin is oily and I tend to get zits here and there depending on the time of the month and…stress…etc

    • Alexis says

      hey sue, can u let us knoe the ingredients? does it contain any of these; propylene glycol, dea, lanolin, demthicone, or isostrearyl palmitate?
      thanks!

  9. Suz says

    Sorry…it posted double…p.s forgot to add…all bb creams are for people with NC(mac) skin tone 20-30 maybe even for some who are NC35…it works well for fair and light tan skin tone…but if you are mediam tan and dark then it definitely will not suit your skin tone…since most bb creams have pink/yellow and or grayish undertones…some do not blend well which can be a problem but majority or not thick consistency and are very blendable.

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