Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Garnier 3 in 1

The renovation works for the HH retail outlet is officially complete! :D

More shop exclusive designs will be added to the shop in October so stay tuned!

It is pretty… empty for the time being haha!

The racks you see on the left should be taken away so we can display more clothes!!

The boyfriend designed this shelf from scratch haha so proud of him!

There is a lot of cleaning, unclogging and packing to do at the store and absorbing shine off my skin in the midst of all these tidying is extremely tiresome.

To achieve good skin, I am currently using at least 3 different products which include cleanser, exfoliating scrub and mask.

After a long day at work, all I want to do is just get some rest but there are so many products so little time.

I’ve always seen cleansing/scrubbing and masking as a chore until I recently discovered

Garnier 3 in 1!

The lack of water/sleep and frequent contact with dust (Because of renovation works at the shop) caused a couple of bumps on my face and I could feel that pimples were forming!! L

 After reading that the Garnier 3 in 1 is specially developed to fight imperfections and control excess sebum (One of the main reason for pimples to form) I decided to give it a try!

After 6 consecutive days of religious application, the bumps actually disappeared!


It is called Garnier 3 in 1 because you can use the same product to 1) WASH 2) SCRUB 3) MASK

I tested all 3 ways and they work equally well!

This is how I use it:

Before I apply any makeup in the morning, I’ll first cleanse my face with it.

This is how the Garnier 3 in 1 looks
It is pretty thick & feels like clay.
For you to get a better idea, these are the 3 ideal minerals used in the product for anti-imperfection action.

Smithsonite: A carbonate mineral associated to Zinc known for its sebo-regulating properties.

Pumice Stone: A volcanic rock known for its exfoliating properties

White Clay: A silicate material known for its absorbing properties.

Fresh face after cleansing!
There is this tingling cool sensation after application that I really like.
Instantly perks me up in the morning!

(No edits done to these photos)
The wash left my skin clean, refreshed and oil free!

Clear and smooth skin makes applying makeup so easy!
The Garnier 3 in 1 also keeps my T-zone area oil free for the next 12 hours.
Time to trash the oil blotters girls! :D

At the end of the day, I’ll cleanse and (On alternate days) scrub my face with it as I remove my makeup.
I usually only scrub my face when I am in the mood (Once, at most twice a month? LOL) but with the Garnier 3 in 1 I find myself giving my face a scrub more frequently because I can now do both steps simultaneously! Save time, save space, save money!

Scrub your face gently in a circular motion the exfoliating beads will work its magic to unclog pores. It’s recommended to scrub once or twice a week.

Tip: A small amount of water will do if you wish to use the product as a scrub.
This step is very important for all girls who wear makeup.

The last use for this product, also my favourite, is masking done once a week!

With my finger, I apply it evenly on my face without water (Avoid eye area) then leave on for 3 minutes.
Yes 3 minutes. By far the shortest time required for masking but 3 minutes is really sufficient!

After rinsing off, my face feels extremely clean and smooth, perfect for a good night’s sleep.
You really need to try it yourself (:
For the lazy bums, you may choose to mask your face when you’re in the shower!

This is truly the best multi-purpose product and is available at ONLY $14.90 in all Watsons, Guardian and major supermarkets!

Hop on to Garnier’s FB page to find out more about their products! (:

 “What are the 3 main usage of Garnier 3 in 1 and why you love it?’

Leave your answer as a comment under this post to stand a chance to win Garnier products worth $80!

Remember to include your email address! Contest ends 31 Oct!

Signing off with a #OOTD picture (:

(Top is a Hollyhoque shop exclusive item)

Thanks for reading! x

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