Skincare News in Brief: Bulgari and Issey Miyake

by PJ on Wednesday, February 11, 2009

in -Bulgari, skincare

– The Bulgari skincare line, which was launched in 2007, will be launched in the US soon. It will be available in 12 Neiman Marcus stores in March and in Bergdorf Goodman in April. (Please have a look at the article at WWD for more information.)

Issey Miyake has ventured into the skincare market by launching La Crème de L’Eau, which was formulated by Shiseido Laboratory. It will be launched in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the US, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Thailand. It will contain a 50ml jar and a 10ml travel-sized jar. (Please see this WWD article for more information.)

Related posts:

Bring It Back (Sooner)!! Bulgari Skincare

Bulgari Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Anonymous Sunday, February 15, 2009

I know this is slightly off topic but I was wondering if you could give me some reviews of the Chanel’s new skincare line? People I have asked have gave vividly different opinions and I am not sure if I should invest in one. Also compared to Chanel cleansers were the Bvlgari ones better (if so how)? Thanks a lot.


PJ Tuesday, February 17, 2009


I have used the trial samples of the new cleaning oil (Huile Confort) and one of the new toners (Lotion Confort). I don’t particularly like the cleansing oil, and I think RMK’s Cleansing Oil (the one I have been using for years) performs a lot better.

Bulgari’s Neutralizing Cleansing Gel (which I mentioned in the Bring It Back post) is a very good product, but I used it as a face wash rather than a makeup remover (which I follow with a face wash).

I have decided to write a post to talk about the two Chanel skincare products that I have tried. The post will go up in mid-March. Please stop by again later! :)

Thank you for your question! :)


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