5 Signs Your Beauty Regimen Is High Maintenance

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Do you shop at skincare stores like there’s an apocalypse in a few days? Does your daily calendar look like a spa’s menu of services? Would you rather give up all your Louboutins than doze off without treating your skin to multiple pots of moisturiser? If you’ve answered yes to any of the questions, you’re what we would call a beauty junkie. That’s okay! Being high-maintenance when it comes to your skincare regimen is not a crime, and we’re not telling you to put a stop to your favourite indulgence. We’d just like to simplify your skincare routine – perhaps, also gift you with an extra hour of sleep – by introducing you to SK-II products that are not only luxurious and pampering, but multitasking and highly effective as well. Start the new year right by recognising the signs of too complicated routines and replacing them with products that will give you the crystal clear skin you want, the quick and easy way.

Your Skincare Regimen Takes Just as Long as Your Makeup Routine
You like to go for the full, I-might-get-photographed-today-makeup-look a la Kim K. But unlike Kim, you don’t have a glam squad. So if your skincare routine takes as long as prepping to look red carpet-worthy, lady, you’ve got to give your beauty ritual an overhaul.


We Recommend: Facial Treatment Essence
SK-II’s signature product and beauty secret shared by celebrities like Cate Blanchett and Tang Wei, the Facial Treatment Essence has over 90 per cent Pitera™, the miracle ingredient that transforms skin through gentle exfoliation and the moderation of the skin surface renewal cycle. You’ll look and feel like a star in just 14 days. This product alone can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and spots, refine skin texture, improve firmness, plus elevate skin radiance and clarity. Also, the lightweight miracle water is quickly absorbed into the skin, simplifying your skincare ritual without compromising results.

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