Sunday, 8 November 2009


I'm taking a hiatus for a while, I still owe some reviews of products and will post them when I've tested them but other than that I won't be online much. Apologise if I don't reply to your comments as fast. Take care everyone see you later!

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Monday, 2 November 2009

Review: DHC Coenzyme Q10 Cream II

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ I'm sure many of you would have heard by now that a popular and established Japanese brand is finally coming to Singapore. I read conflicting reports about when this information is supposed to be released, but there's no denying, the information has been leaked already and I think many people know by now. I personally have not received any official word to help promote this brand, so I'm under no obligation to keep any secrets under wraps. Still, I think I'd let the official people announce it, instead of saying so myself, as my information is from rumours and forums. I'll do something else in this post, instead of revealing the brand that is going to be launched in Singapore, I'll review something that has worked for me. As you have read in my previous entries, I've had a few disappointments with DHC, but this cream really works wonders for my dry skin. At first I was appalled at the awful colour of this cream! It's so yellow, I thought it looked medicinal. But don't be put off by the colour. The cream doesn't have a strong scent, though it has a slight non-cosmetic smell that I can't identify. I don't mind the smell, and I'm quite picky about scents. This cream is so rich that it leaves a slight oily film but my skin loves it. It smoothens out my dryness and plumps out the skin. I only use it on the dry parts of my face and my neck. And a little goes a long way. It's a huge tub that I believe will last for a long time. Very value-for-money indeed. If I'm on a budget and no longer can buy my Impress creams, it'll be a product I'd purchase again when it's finished. However, oily-skinned individuals be warned, don't try this cream. It's really very rich and emolient, and is best left for drier skins. Sorry, I bought this item from Japan, I suspect the ingredient list was in Japanese. Anyway, I've thrown the box away and I'm not able to find the ingredient list in English online. © Copyright. All rights reserved.