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  • #46
    Originally posted by sweetmango
    I forgot the exact price because I usually buy a whole lot of stuff and pay for together at casheir. But its highly affordable at $35-$40. Its one of the items I can never do w/o because my skin is very prone to blackheads and clogs.
    This seems pretty much like the biore pore pack.. tear out & see blackheads on it..

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Riverie
      *tempt enabled*

      Is 'Deep pore cleansing mask' the exact name?

      Which range is this under and how does the packaging look like. I don't want to end up buying the wrong thing!
      hahaha....I went to check, actually the exact name is "Deep cleansing pore mask". Its under Shiseido pureness range and the tube is white with a light blue cap. Under this range there's only 2 masks, both peel-off ones. This is the one that is blue is colour(I mean the mask itself). The other one is transparent.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Summer27
        This seems pretty much like the biore pore pack.. tear out & see blackheads on it..
        yup yup, the concept is more or less similar, but this one can be used anywhere you like and its alot more effective

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        • #49
          Originally posted by sweetmango
          yup yup, the concept is more or less similar, but this one can be used anywhere you like and its alot more effective
          hmm i suppose it is more to be used on Tzone areas as stated. so not anywhere, though i think if wanna put cheeks anywhere also can. but then for other non tzone areas, there is another Shiseido mask which is Hydro Purifying Mask which is for other places besides Tzone.

          actually i think Biore works better in pulling out blackheads, though this works as well. but can be a bit painful though whe peeling out this mask, can use water to make it less painful though.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by anastacia
            hmm i suppose it is more to be used on Tzone areas as stated. so not anywhere, though i think if wanna put cheeks anywhere also can. but then for other non tzone areas, there is another Shiseido mask which is Hydro Purifying Mask which is for other places besides Tzone.

            actually i think Biore works better in pulling out blackheads, though this works as well. but can be a bit painful though whe peeling out this mask, can use water to make it less painful though.
            Yup, actually this mask is supposed to be used on T zone, but I use it on my whole day 1-2 times a week successfully w/o any problems.

            The hydro purofying mask is a hydrating mask cum cleaning, but I feel that it hydratesa more than it cleans.

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            • #51
              well, a cheaper version of the deep cleansing pore mask is the ZA one.
              half the price i think, but works the same way.

              afterall, ZA is also from the shiseido line, right?
              (or am i wrong? :roll: )

              am using the ZA one, the way to make it work is:-

              1) apply thickly - cannot be stingy
              2) wait patiently for it to dry completely - cannot be impatient
              3) feel off the correct way - cannot be too slow or too fast

              it does work to a certain extent.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by sweetmango
                hahaha....I went to check, actually the exact name is "Deep cleansing pore mask". Its under Shiseido pureness range and the tube is white with a light blue cap. Under this range there's only 2 masks, both peel-off ones. This is the one that is blue is colour(I mean the mask itself). The other one is transparent.

                oh..the Pureness range one huh? I tried this ages ago, I think... maybe i didn't use thick enough a layer but I don't think it worked for me...

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                • #53
                  I remembered i tried the peel-off mask(white tub with blue cap) ages ago. At first, it performed quite good but after sometime of trying, i don't think so. Just a normal peel-ogg mask to me.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by autumnheart
                    well, a cheaper version of the deep cleansing pore mask is the ZA one.
                    half the price i think, but works the same way.

                    afterall, ZA is also from the shiseido line, right?
                    (or am i wrong? :roll: )

                    am using the ZA one, the way to make it work is:-

                    1) apply thickly - cannot be stingy
                    2) wait patiently for it to dry completely - cannot be impatient
                    3) feel off the correct way - cannot be too slow or too fast

                    it does work to a certain extent.
                    Hi again! Just popping in to tell you this is hilarious..LOL! And yes, ZA is under Shiseido.

                    By the by, since we're at facials, does anyone go to Beauty Arsenal? What do they use? Prices?

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Glossie

                      By the by, since we're at facials, does anyone go to Beauty Arsenal? What do they use? Prices?
                      I also heard Beauty Arsenal not bad.. But don't know is it that good?

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                      • #56
                        Anyone try Fil Skin & Body Intelligence?

                        Newbie here, anyone try out Fil Skin & Body Intelligence ...saw their advertisement recently... any comment after trying out..thanks. :sotong:

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                        • #57
                          Actually, the facialist I go to is quite good. They managed to calm my sensitive and acne prone skin and the basic facial promotion is quite reasonable(the last time I went there, 10 session cost only $490 and you can work out with the beauticians to pay in 2 installments) they have a shop in dhoby ghaut. Product is conceptualised in Taiwan and made in France. However, products may tend to be a bit ex.

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                          • #58
                            Recommendation: Facialist /Esthetician?

                            hi there! any recs for a esthecian in singapore? it doesnt matter if it is high end or low as long as she is good!

                            what is the rough pricing like here for a facial? i tried a few but came home with red marks all over my face =( so wary of using my face as a testing ground. if anyone needs rec of esthecian in san francisco, just page me! i was SOOO happy with my skin!

                            thanks!
                            Last edited by nicole; 15-06-2003, 01:27 AM.

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                            • #59
                              Haach or Bioskin?

                              I am having a tough decision between choosing haach or bioskin for my facial. As previously, i went to fancl for facial but it doesn't seem to do much to my scars so i was thinking of visiting either one of these. Which girls do u think is good?

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                              • #60
                                I actually went to haach for consultation (not facial) before but i do not like their consultants bacause i think they are quite pushy.
                                As for bioskin, their facial is like what i can do myself. Not fantastic in my opinion.

                                Puffy, there are raves aout DermaX facials. I think many cotters gave good reviews abt it. You can find out more in the DermaX thread.

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