I used to wash my face with soap, spend hours in the sun and party late into the nights and still had perfect skin. Sigh.. All that changes as soon as I hit 30. Fine lines and laughing lines are deepening. Dark under eye circles worsen since the babies came. And worst of all, dark spots/pigmentation!! I never thought I would get those. My skin is such a byatch and a constant reminder that I’m aging and I probably should start looking after myself more.

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Recently, I’ve found a glimmer of hope in Skin Therapy Oil With Vitamin E for Face by Palmer’s. I’ve only started using it for about a week now and my skin has certainly shown some improvements.

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I’m not sure if my eyes are playing tricks on me or is it my desperate optimism, but I think my skin looks a lot brighter in the photo taken today. You can see here my dark eyes circle and pigmentation have lightened quite a bit. My fine lines are not as obvious even though I was smiling! My skin also feels firmer when I wake up every morning. I can’t wait to see the difference in a month!


This lightweight oil beautifully combined 10 types of powerful pure oils – sesame oils, coconut oils, sweet almond oil, macadamia oil, apricot oil, argan oil, grapeseed oil, rosehip oil, camelina oil and sunflower oil – with Cocoa Butter, Vitamin C & E and Retinol. 

It smells pleasant, and comes in a glass droplet bottle so you can measure the exact amount you need.

How to apply oil on face, I hear you ask?

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I apply it right after cleansing. 3 drops into my finger tips, rub fingers together to warm up oil and pat it onto my problem spots including dark spots/pigmentation on my cheeks and nose bridge, under eyes fine lines and age lines). Massage it in a little before smearing it to the rest of the face and neck. The oil absorbs very quickly. Do add a few more drops if you need more.

That’s it. My 2 steps nightly routine. I find that it is mosturising enough that I can skip my night cream altogether.

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Affordably priced at S$29.90, it is available at Watsons, Guardian Unity, NHG Pharmacy, Robinsons, John Little, BHG, all leading cosmetic and departmental stores. You can also get a free sample redemption on Sample Store. Just a click away!



Now let’s get down to business and win cash and prizes from Palmer’s! 

Grand Prize of $150 cash + $80 Palmer’s hamper 
Consolation prize of $100 cash + $80 Palmer’s hamper 
How to win: 
1. Purchase a bottle of Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil from Watson’s or Watson’s Online.
2. Take a selfie with your retail sized Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil and post on Instagram.
3. Include hashtags #Palmers #PalmersSg #PalmersSTOFace in your caption.
Contest starts now until 25 April 2015. Winners to be announced on 30th April 2015. Good luck!

 

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About Palmer’s

Founded in America more than 170 years ago in 1840, Palmer’s has become one of the world’s leading names in skincare, a brand that women around the world have grown up with. Their unique heritage and commitment to quality has stood the test of time. Generations of families have loved the fantastic moisturizing qualities of Palmer’s skincare range, and millions of women around the world agree – Palmer’s can be found in bathroom cabinets in the homes of families in more than 80 countries, making it one of the popular skincare brand. Their #1 formula, Cocoa Butter Formula, is one of Palmer’s key offering in its wide range of skincare. Today, Palmer’s is still committed to creating affordable products that really do work, growing to provide a Palmer’s product for every skincare need : hand and body care, facial care, stretch mark care, hair care, body care and personal care. Using nature’s richest, most luxurious ingredients, Palmer’s key ingredients include Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Palmer’s has created a Palmer’s product for every skincare need. Palmer’s is against animal testing and all of the products are cruelty free. Majority of Palmer’s products are free of parabens, phthalates and sulphates.