SK–II Facial Treatment Essence is a nutrient-packed liquid that’s become a cult-favorite product of skincare junkies with a very long resume of benefits. The essence not only works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and dark spots, but it also improves skin’s overall radiance, tone and texture.
Simply so, why SK-II is expensive?
The reason why the price point makes sense is that the company SK–II has managed to isolate a particular strain of fermented yeast after carefully examining more than 300 yeast strains from that brew and they have trademarked it as Pitera.
Also, is SK-II a luxury brand?
This Experience From P&G Luxury Beauty Brand SK–II Will Tell You How Your Skin Is Aging.
Which is better essence or serum?
Serums tend to be more potent than essences. They contain high amounts of active ingredients in one lightweight product, which sink deep into the skin to get to work. This is why it is most beneficial to apply your serum after cleansing, but before your moisturizer.
Yes, it’s worth the splurge
SK–II’s Facial Treatment Essence is available from $99 (75ml) to $365 (330ml) – we have to admit, some might feel the pinch as it’s a bit of an investment.
Best places to buy SK–II products
- In Japan – It’s always the cheapest to buy products in their origin country, plus with beauty products you can get a tax refund! …
- Duty-free stores in airports – Depending on your luck they might have deals or extra sales going on. …
- Costco – Yes that’s right, Costco.
Costco is a certified retailer of SK–II. While they do not always have our products in-store, if you do find them they are legitimate. You do not need to worry about expired or counterfeit SK–II products at Costco.
You always want to start with a clean palette. Then I use the SK–II Facial Treatment Clear Lotion—it’s the absolute best for oily or acne-prone skin. It purifies and gently exfoliates without drying.
Thanks to the brilliant folks over at the tips-filled Reddit board SkincareAddiction, we now know that Costco, aka the massive chain of warehouses that sells everything from electronics to furniture to — you guessed it — beauty products, offers the acclaimed essence in its value size for $190.
Born in Japan, SK–II is today equal to Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel. … SK–II is considered as highly sophisticated skincare products, and its anti-aging and whitening effects are trusted worldwide.
SK II Products – per the company, skin apparently goes through a mild adjustment period (“purge” is what they call it) before getting better.
Upon our journey to Matsumoto Kiyoshi (now our favourite drugstore in Japan!), we found that you Shoppers can actually ShopandBox SK–II products for less! … According to our research, we found that the total cost of these 3 products in Japan is JPY 30,132.
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