THE SERUM THAT EV­ERY WOMAN NEEDS

This lux­u­ri­ous oil-serum does more than nour­ish your face. SI­MONE WU asks beauty ex­perts how they use this multi-tasker.

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Use it on your skin, hair and even nails!

As a Face Mist

“I mix two cap­sules with 50ml of El­iz­a­beth Ar­den Ceramide Pu­ri­fy­ing Toner ($57 for 200ml) in a spray bot­tle to make a nour­ish­ing face mist,” says Korean ac­tress and El­iz­a­beth Ar­den brand am­bas­sador Yoo In-young.

On Nails

“I rub a few drops into my cu­ti­cles and the sur­round­ing skin,” says man­i­curist Joanne Yan. “The serum ab­sorbs fast and seems to pen­e­trate more deeply – un­like cu­ti­cle oil, which tends to leave your fin­gers feel­ing oily for a long time. Best of all, my cu­ti­cles and skin feel soft and sup­ple even the next day.”

On Hair

Af­ter us­ing it on your face, mas­sage any re­main­ing serum into your hair-ends. “This can smooth and nour­ish dry, frizzy hair, and might be more suit­able for coarse and dry hair,” says hair­styl­ist Ren­ton Lim.

On Dry Spots

“I use this serum on ar­eas of my skin that are dry, flaky or ir­ri­tated, and it soothes and mois­turises them al­most in­stantly,” says makeup artist Larry Yeo. “It calms the skin and bal­ances mois­ture lev­els.”

On the Body

Tai­wanese stylist and makeup artist Aven Wu uses four cap­sules to mois­turise his whole body.

( Tip )

You don’t have to pack your en­tire beauty kit when you travel. A few of th­ese cap­sules in your bag and you’re good to y!

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