Thursday, August 25, 2011

Skin Problems Solved part 2

For moisture-boost, try L’Occitane’s newest natural range, Angelica. 

Grown only in the French region of Drôme, the Angelica plant grows incredibly fast (up to two meters in just a few days) due to its ability to extract water from the ground deep. 

This means that the plant’s properties, when used in the skincare line, can now improve hydration and circulation. The complete line carries six products, with the light and fresh Milky Lotion as the star. It is preferably applied before the Hydration cream, with properties that help improve skin elasticity and leave skin with a velvety, smooth texture.

I missed the presentation by a few minutes, but good thing I got to catch up with the ladies from L'Occitane :) 

They introduced the Eye Roll-On to me, and I fell in love with it.  I think the gel is perfect for our climate as it's not too sticky (like creams) and not too "runny" (almost liquid like lotions).  It also has a cooling sensation that makes you feel instantly refreshed.  Great to use during break time or in between meetings and presentations ;)

I was also able to take a photo of the Editor-in-Chief of Maven and Chalk, Nana Caragay.  I love how she looks vintage chic in her Christian Dior bag and leopard printed skinnies.

What I wore: cotton dress from Hong Kong, lace flats from Stella Luna, and Mulberry Alexa satchel in leopard printed leather.

*L'Occitane is available at all Rustan's Department Stores.

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