As mentioned in my previous post, I was invited to Fancl’s Ballet of Beauty Soiree. At the end of the event, we were given a few items to test out and review.
I am actually a current user of both Fancl’s Facial Washing Powder (S$26) and it’s Mild Cleansing Oil.
The Mild Cleansing Oil is my favourite makeup remover. It helps remove stubborn mascara and eye makeup especially and it works fantastic with my Majolica Majorca mascaras!
The Facial Washing Powder is one of my favourite items. While it’s a little bit troublesome as compared to other facial foams as you have to create the foam by blending and squeezing, I think it’s quite fun!
Do it correctly and you’ll get this dense and creamy foam!
The Fancl Lotion (S$29.50) is not greasy and is absorbed rather quickly in my skin. I have super dehydrated skin and after usage of the lotion, I feel that my skin isn’t as dry anymore!
I have never used a double step moisturiser before. Using the Fancl Milky Lotion (S$29.50) was a very interesting experience to me. After using the previous lotion, I poured a ten-cent coin size amount onto my palms and applied gently by patting it on my skin. This double step moisturing action makes my skin more moisturised and softer!
Last but definitely not least, we have the limited edition Fancl’s Overnight Hydrating Pack (S$56). This acts as an overnight mask, simply dispense 5 pumps and apply on your skin and leave overnight. Though a bit pricey, I think it’s really worth it!
We were also treated to a bottle of Fancl’s Tense Up Ex which is a collagen drink. I bought a packet of 10 bottles recently. Hopefully can see some results soon! The bottles costs about S$7 each and if you purchase in a box of 10 bottles, it’s at S$61.50. Ouch.
Am a huge fan of Fancl’s products though they can be a bit pricey on one’s pocket in comparison to other drugstore brands. However, I believe what you pay is what you get 😉
Check out Fancl’s website for more information on their other products!