Beauty intel: Etude House, innisfree, Bath & Body Works, ALBION

Slap, slather and spritz on the latest beauty and grooming must-haves

By Zhang Weifang, TODAY
Etude House flagship store at Wisma Atria

KOREAN FEVER. K-beauty brand Etude House unveiled their largest flagship store in the world at Wisma Atria last week (yes, we beat Seoul). Spread across 2,300 square feet, it features Etude House’s first ever makeover studio in Singapore and the most extensive and updated collection of beauty goodies. This store will also be the first to roll out new launches. Etude House is located at #B1-20/21/22, Wisma Atria.
innisfree Empty Bottle Recycling Campaign
GO GREEN. The innisfree Empty Bottle Recycling Campaign (started in Korea back in 2003) has arrived in Singapore. It will be a permanent fixture in its stores islandwide. Innisfree members here can leave their empty innisfree product containers in the recycling bin and receive 100 membership points (S$1 value) credited to their account for every bottle. If you’re not a member, fret not: Membership is complimentary. Valid for a maximum of three bottles per month per member.
Bath & Body Works 3-Wick Candles
RELIGHT MY FIRE. Try Bath & Body Works candles to jazz up the atmosphere in your home. Made with the highest concentration of fragrance oils, a blend of vegetable wax and lead-free wicks, the 3-Wick Candle burns for approximately between 25 and 45 hours, each of them smelling as good as they look. S$32 each at Bath & Body Works stores at Marina Bay Sands and Takashimaya.
ALBION Extract Rose Mask
PAMPER AND CARE. Stay home this weekend and spoil yourself with ALBION Extract Rose Mask. Containing nourishing ingredients including extract rose water from the Bulgarian rose, rose placenta extract and balm mint leaf extract, the mask boosts moisture, brightens and improves your skin texture. Leave the remaining base on your skin for five minutes and massage it in before proceeding with your regular skincare routine. Retailing for S$92 exclusively at Takashimaya Level 1.

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