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Admist the hustle and bustle of our busy schedules, its hard to keep up a 10 step beauty regime every day and night like the Koreans teach us to. Yet, it's easy to let the harsh Singapore sun and air-conditioned office environment to get to our skin. That's why your hair is screaming for as much attention as as your skin does. Check out below some new beauty products that aim to help you repair yourself so you can power through the working week like a champion. 

 

Crabtree & Evelyn

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It is time to treat your precious locks to Crabtree & Evelyn's Goatmilk Hair Collection. Made from free-range goat's milk, the shampoo-and-conditioner set is ideal for nourishing sensitive skin.

The Goatmilk Gentle Shampoo ($30) also features oak kernel oil and honey, while the Goatmilk Gentle Conditioner ($30) includes a combination of cold-pressed Himalayan moringa and apricot kernel oil.

Together, they will leave your hair smooth and shiny.

The collection is available at all Crabtree & Evelyn outlets here.

 

Innisfree

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Korean beauty brand Innisfree is introducing a multi-masking experience with its new line of Jeju Volcanic Color Clay Masks. Users can apply different masks on their faces at the same time.

Each of the seven masks ($13 each) targets a specific concern, such as vitalising, brightening and hydrating the skin.

The masks, which are available at all Innisfree stores islandwide, contain volcanic scoria from Jeju island, which excels in absorbing sebum and impurities to brighten and clarify the skin.

 

READ MORE: These customisable sheet masks are your new facial quickie and 5 sleeping masks that will make your skin glow by the next morning.

 

SK-II

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The SK-II Magnetic Booster, the latest product in the Japanese skincare brand's anti-ageing series, is sure to give your skin a youthful boost.

It boasts the breakthrough Magnetic Micropulse Technology - consistent and gentle pulsations at 7,000 magnetic vibrations a minute - which increases the efficiency of serum penetration.

 

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The Magnetic Booster, which is exclusive to all Shilla Duty Free stores at Changi Airport, is sold in sets with the R.N.A. Power Cream in the R.N.A. Power Magnetic Kit ($200) or the R.N.A. Power Essence in the R.N.A. Power Essence Magnetic Kit ($187).

The new product will be available at all SK-II counters islandwide from September.

 

For Beloved Girl

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From industry cult favourite brand For Beloved One, comes its more economical sister brand that aims to target younger millennial women – For Beloved Girl. It boasts of top-grade cotton and textile technology known as “cloud-silk”. Made to feel like what the name suggests, these lightweight sheets are translucent and gentle on skin. 

 

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The range comes in six different types of sheet mask that are infused with different minerals to tackle different skin problems.  Hyaluronic acid aims to hydrate and give skin added plumpness, calcium lactate enhances pore cleansing, citric acid brightens, potassium chloride firms skin, zinc gluconate controls oil secretion and last but not least, copper gluconate repairs any signs of ageing and fatigue.

The masks go for $16 per box of three sheets and can be found at all Sephora outlets.

This story was originally published on The New Paper, July 11, 2017.

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