i saw at watsons also
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Sasa selling the baby cream is quite good ..
i saw at watsons also
Have anyone tried Silkgirl Magic Baby Cream?
Personally, I dont't like the one in etude house. but then again, it will boil down to your type of skin. i was quite fortunate that i was able to try different baby creams when I went to korea last week, I think the best brand I tried so far was ODBO. I only saw it sold in Faceshop but not all faceshops in Korea. The other baby creams I tried even Laneige would show my pores on the nose (difficult to describe actually) after I spread it, only the one I'm using (from Faceshop also), dont't know the name as it is in Korean is good. Dr. Jart's is also good but I would still recommend odbo and the one I'm using from Faceshop. You can email me at email@example.com. I will try to get a photo of it tonight and send it to you via email, perhaps you can find that one in Faceshop. :-) If you have slightly bigger than normal pores which normally stick out esp in the nose area when the powder is not suitable for you, then perhaps the 3 baby creams i've just mentioned would be good for you. :-)
I do take orders for baby cream for HANSKIN ( a brand from korea- known as the best brand for baby Cream in the world. SIN doesn't carry this brand.
Super Magic baby Cream
Premium Magic baby Cream
Caviar Gold baby Cream
Water Shinning baby Cream
Control Skin baby Cream
Magic baby Cream
Need more info let me know.. =)
just wanna ask, wats the diff btw mineral makeup n baby cream?
Btw, baby cream contain enough SPF for UV rays ?
I thought normally they say put on sunblock, also need to reapply every 3 hours..
Then baby cream also need to reapply?
baby cream can use as concealer for the eye bag??
so for baby cream, wash face, toner , baby cream will do ar ?
baby cream is not sticky nor is it heavy..I am using a korea brand baby cream and it is really very good.. got moisturising effects and it acts as a very good skin cover, better than foundation...
it blend so well with your skin that it kook so so so natural!
Yes, i agree with you that ODBO is a very ggod baby cream..It also have a baby powder smell when you apply it and it blends so well with your skin after you apply iit! Not sure if it is sould in sg, so far didnt come across it... Do you know if it is available in sg as I also got it i korea when i was on holiday...
so what other brands of B.B cream in SG is good? can recommend? have been tempting to try!
i personally like the 1 from watsons... blue words white backgrd tube...i think its $49? or $39?
so far i havent tried others though... hahahah
but use baby creme i still got put sunblock 1st....
My niece just told me she bought the baby cream from Sasa, cost about $40++ and she said not bad, not oily.
icic, thanks! i ve been to sasa n seen a few kinds.. n also to etude house...
also taiwan products from online...
How to remove? Need to use makeup remover?
best to use makeup remover whenever you put on make up.
i'd like to try baby cream too but not sure which brand is good.. so many now in e market, even maybelline n silkygirl also hav! any recommendations? my t-zone's oily but not too oily n im looking to try one which costs less than $30..
i 1 2 try too...any specific brand or maybe pics...? my skin is dry at times...any cheap but good ones selling outside?
i'm using Hanskin which my friend help me to get from Taiwan. I find it very mositurizing and provides sheer converage. It would be best to use a makeup remover if you r using baby cream.
See my post on Hanskin BB cream for sale - MumCentre Singapore :
I was using The Face Shop's Blemish Balm cream and the coverage is really good... Becuase it has SPF, my gf used it after I recommended her when she does her sea activities and the cream stays even after going into the water.
Now I am using Lancome's Blemish Balm Base with loose powder and it stays the whole day. The cream is really smooth so when you apply it to your face, there's no creases at all, not even under the eye. At night after you wash off, the face face feels very supple, like I've been applying moisturizer the whole day. The Blemish Balm cream is retrailing at $78 at the counters...
They have samples given out free at their counters so maybe you ladies can take a sample and try it out before buying it. I find the product really good because after washing off, my skin still feels moisturize which a lot of Blemish Balm cream cannot do + the high SPF allows me to skip sun block before I go out as sun blocks is too oily for my face...
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