SK-II Facial Treatment Essence Review

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marsangel's review of SK-II Facial Treatment Essence

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SK-II Facial Treatment Essence

“For those of you looking for a radiant skin, SK-II...”

Written on: 12/11/2004 by marsangel (5 reviews written)

Good Points
Radiance
Easy to use

Bad Points
Overly expensive?

General Comments
For those of you looking for a radiant skin, SK-II offers its most celebrated product, Facial Treatment Essence. It is claimed that this Skincare essence contains 90% of Pitera, substance found in sake (a kind of Japanese wine). The Essence itself is nicknamed, "The Miracle Water", for obvious reasons.



Many users reported that they experience skin refinement, radiance boost, and younger-looking skin. In any case, it does increase my radiance dramatically, and I LOVE THIS.



However, despite all of the advantages it has to offer, I found this little beauty to be overly priced. A$175 for a 150 ml bottle of Essence? Hence I can only recommend this product to those who really want a healthy looking skin and dare to try new products (remember, not all skincare brand suits everyone). You may try a smaller size though.



The department counters would sell 75 ml and 150 ml bottles. From my experience, a 75 ml bottle would last about a month or so, while a 150 ml has lasted me more than 2 months (perhaps because now I use fewer drops every use?)

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246561_Letsdance's Response to marsangel's Review

Written on: 10/06/2006

I feel sorry for you. It costs a lot for sure but the market price in China is about $100 for a 150ml bottle, and $70 for a 75ml bottle.

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