Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Neostrata Bionic Face Serum

Was doing makeup for Media corp artist Ms Jacelyn Tay yesterday for a TVC  about this NeoStrata Bionic Face Serum. Hence have the chance to try this product as well, which I found really interesting & will like to share it to everyone!
Can find more detail at their website : www.neoasia.com.sg

Bionic Face Serum (30ml)

An intensive age-defying treatment product formulated with 10% Lactobionic Acid with Vitamins A, C and E to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Also suitable for use on stressed skin around the eyes, and on the cheeks, forehead and lip area. An ideal adjunctive therapy when undergoing superficial peels, microdermabrasions or laser procedures or for those using topical treatments such as retinoids, etc. that can result in dry, sensitive skin. Suitable for all skin types.

6 comments:

minz said...

Hello Andy,

Really need some help here, i torn behind 2 brands for eyeshadows, namely Lancome or MAC.

I really need long lasting eyeshadows since my working hours are really long + hardly have time to touchup + my eyelids are quite oily types.

Have tried l'oreal, maybelline, majolica, doesn't stay on well as most of them are "eaten" away by my inner double eyelids within few hours.

Kindly advice =)
Minz

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Minz

Maybe you can try to apply a thin layer of creamy eye shadow as base follow by those powder type? Or the other way is to apply a thin layer of makeup base on eye lid before applying the shadow.
MAC have few types of eye shadows you can choose, If I'm not wrong they've a water/creamy base eye shadow in a tube type which quite long lasting! You can try using this as base than top on with those powder one!

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy

I have bad pigmentation and I have tried some concealers but coverage not so good. I hope you can recommend a good concealer and foundation. I have combination skin.

Thank you

minz said...

Hi Andy,

Thanks for ur reply. Think i shall head down to MAC and take alook for those eyeshadows that you have mentioned, hopefully can get it asap and wouldn't smudge on me =)

Btw, do you have any good makeup removers pdts to recommend for removing thick makeups?

Once again thanks you sooo much!

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Minz

For thick makeup is best to use cleansing oil. Shu Uemura, Fancl or mostly japanese makeup cleansing oils are quite good!! But remember to check with the counter sales girls the method of proper cleansing step!!

minz said...

Hi Andy,

Thanks for all the wonderful tips! Will check out the respective brands u mentioned, all the best!

Minz

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