Those of you who have visited ION Orchard recently might have noticed the new Apivita store located at B3-45/46. Although I didn’t attend the media event, I had a chance to pop by the store when I was in that area and I’ve to say the wide range of products appealed to me. I had a quick look and the thing that caught my attention were really the face masks. I’ll share my thoughts about them in a bit, having tried some of them from the media kit I was sent.
Apart from the Luzern Pure Cleansing Creme and Gelee that were sent to me for review, I also received the Luzern Serum Absolut – Vanish, which is really an eye gel. I’m quite keen to test out eye products for the reason that that’s my most challenging area and it’s very hard to find something that works. My primary concern with my eye area is my eyebags, followed by my crow’s feet. My undereye dark circles aren’t as bad but I would be happy to find something that eliminates them.
ANYOHASEYO! Oh wait, it should be KONICHIWA instead! Or maybe both since konjac is a potato cultivated as food in Japan and Korea. I first learned that the Japanese have been using the konjac vegetable as a beauty treatment for their delicate skin because it is an alkaline and is loaded with goodness. But funnily, when I was introduced to the konjac sponges, it was the Korea ones that were recommended to me. Anyhow, it doesn’t matter because I’ve got both covered here – konjac sponges from Korea and Japan!
Shampoos for hair loss isn’t new but a foaming shampoo for hair loss may be. Well, at least to me. I’ve come across foaming facial cleansers but a Hair Antidote Restorative Foaming Shampoo? This is a first for me. I can’t say I’m terribly excited about reviewing this product, especially since I’ve never heard of the UK brand, Adamsfield. But given that this product is made to be free from sulfates, parabens, EDTA as well as silicones and is designed for thinning hair, it does sound like a product designed for my haircare needs.