Earlier in the week, I was invited by Bud Cosmetics to try out their new facial service using products from the multi-award winning British skincare brand, OSKIA, which is said to be a high performance nutritional skincare range that combines bio-science with natural formulations. This premium skincare range should excite many of you as it did for me because it is one that contains cutting edge bio-actives such as MSM, Swiss Apple Stem Cells, Niacinamide, Milk Peptides and Prebiotics. So OSKIA has something more than just purity and safety to offer as it is a natural range which can deliver the results comparable to the chemical based brands.
I received an invitation to try the Kimia Facial System back in December, but only found time to try it out last week. I hardly go for facials these days because they’re too time consuming, but was interested enough to try this one out only because one, the products are in the natural category and two, I read that Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham have testified to the brilliance of Kimia’s Facial System. Yes, I not only fall for pretty packaging, I fall for celebrity endorsements too!
Woah…lookie lookie. That’s me, my first moments of having my feet savored by Doctor Fish. Nicknamed nibble fish, they are imported from Turkey and they love to feed on dead skin. I think many of you have tried this treatment before but this is my maiden trial. I didn’t really have too much desire to try this until I was invited along this tour to learn more about the beauty offerings at Changi Airport. So as part of the tour, we were invited to Fish Spa & Reflexology and I opted for the fish spa over the other treatments out of curiosity.
Some of you may remember The World Of Organic Skincare and their Manuka Honey Facial? They’ve made some changes to their business since I last visited them in September 2009 when they first opened their new outlet at East Point Mall. The company is now carrying only Living Nature products and the name of their store and salon has also been changed to reflect such. So instead of The World Of Organic Skincare, they’re now officially known as Living Nature in Singapore.