Stress busters: Shiseido Ibuki’s Quick Fix Mist and Beauty Sleeping Mask
Your skin rescue duo
Being an empowered career woman is the penultimate achievement, but along the way you realised your skin deteriorates even as you ascend the corporate ladder. If your full day's schedule goes along the lines of morning meetings, replying backdated emails by the dozens, and looming deadlines with in-between breaks of checking your social media feeds, you're definitely in need of a little pick-me-up of the skincare variety.
Fret no more; Shiseido's got the cure to your long-standing predicament. Introducing the new Ibuki Quick Fix Mist: A refreshing moisturising gel mist that tackles shine, dehydration and dullness — it's a veritable oasis in a bottle. A single spritz releases a potent recipe of marjoram herb extract and sebum absorbing polymers that form a micro-jelly veil over the face, balancing and hydrating your skin for an extended period. This thirst quencher can be stashed in your work or gym bag for easy toting around to keep your skin at its best.
Now that you've added a miraculous mist to your arsenal, complete your skin rescue with the Ibuki Beauty Sleeping Mask to combat the damaging effects of those long sleepless nights. Even if you haven't clocked in the requisite eight hours, this little jar of wonder stimulates a good night's sleep with its primary ingredient of phytoplankton extract, known to withstand even the harsh desert heat.
This exceptional element aids the regeneration process of our bodies and the non-sticky formula won't have you smearing the good stuff onto your sheets. Capable of clinging onto the skin for up to 18 hours, nightly application of the mask will have your skin restored to a glowing vitality you haven't seen in eons. This is your skincare prayer answered.
At Shiseido counters in February
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