Finding The Right After Care Skin Regime with Mamonde


Do we sometimes forget that our skin is the largest organ in our body? Well, it’s not too late to start keeping a great regime that matches our skins needs. Here’s a breakdown of how to find that perfect match with Mamonde's offerings..

1. What’s my skin type?
Even oily skin types need moisture too, Monde Floral Hydro Cream does just that, with a hydrating formula using a Water-Cycle Technology to lock moisture into the skin.

Dry skin types would need more hydration and would benfit from Mamonde’s Moisture Ceramide Light/Intense Cream. Even on sensitive skin types, this cream-based formulation strengthens the skin with Ceramide infused with Hibiscus for longer moisture. Keep this handy in your travel bag for cold temperatures.

2. Do the scents matter?
Well not necessarily, but it would give us an emotional boost when we smell something pleasant. And in the end, we would keep using it. Do make sure that the textures suit your skin by trying it on first and see how you would feel. Mamonde Face Creams has an array of floral scents like Magnolia, Camellia, Hibiscus, and Narcissus to keep you staying fresh all day.

3. Tried and Tested?
So, it’s sometimes going to be a hit or miss. However, don’t give up just yet, there’s just the right one for your skin type. Make sure there are no allergy reactions, we wouldn’t want ourselves to be like a swollen lobster!

4. It’s OK to ask an expert
If you can’t seem to find a match, just head on over to any Mamonde’s beauty counters to know more about the different types available in their range. Their beauty advisers would gladly assist you with all your skin needs.

The Mamonde Beauty Counters are spread out and located at Aeon (1 Utama, Mid Valley Megamall, KL, Parkson Suria KLCC, KL, Aeon Bukit Indah JB, and Parkson Gurney Plaza, Penang.

By ,
Bernice 


Finding The Right After Care Skin Regime with Mamonde Finding The Right After Care Skin Regime with Mamonde Reviewed by bernice on July 28, 2018 Rating: 5
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