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    ^ For Bioderma Spray/ Laser try pharmacy4u.gr (shipping 9.99€) or cosmetik-paris.com (free shipping on orders >120€). Or IF Aud does a spree for cocooncenter.co.uk. Dunno if it would be worth it, considering cap for gst relief??

    Frenchcosmeticsforless I don't bother with unless no choice. They are US based and import from EU, so I would expect them to be more expensive than EU websites.



    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry View Post
    Is there something funny with this computer? The image verification thing is gone!!!
    Yay!

    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry View Post
    What are the ingredients of the Ettusais Mineral Cream?

    How did you remove the BB cream and sunscreen?
    I remove the BB cream and sunscreen using fancl cleansing oil.
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    piglet1602:

    Ettusais BB mineral cream contains ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate and is not compatible with Bioderma or LRP sunscreens (with exception of Uvidea range).

    Fancl MCO is good for removing sunscreen and make up.

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    Drop by and check with you ladies...

    I went to few Watson but they never carry coppertone sunblock.

    They stop bringing into Singapore?

    Chiaberry, any other sunblock that is cheap and stable to use it in afternoon hot sun for beach, cycling and swimming (water proof) because my coppertone going to done soon...

    Bioderma or LRP or Avene sunscreens (spray) it's consider quite expensive.

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    Drop by and check with you ladies...

    I went to few Watson but they never carry coppertone sunblock.

    They stop bringing into Singapore?

    Chiaberry, any other sunblock that is cheap and stable to use it in afternoon hot sun for beach, cycling and swimming (water proof) because my coppertone going to done soon...

    Bioderma or LRP or Avene sunscreens (spray) it's consider quite expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry View Post
    piglet1602:

    Ettusais BB mineral cream contains ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate and is not compatible with Bioderma or LRP sunscreens (with exception of Uvidea range).

    Fancl MCO is good for removing sunscreen and make up.
    Ok. Is the LRP one that you are mentioning is UVIDEA XL (in tube form) which comes in non-tinted, tinted and bb cream version? Is this compatible with all makeup containing spf? I was using the ettusais bb cream with KOSE Sekkisei sunblock and found that it clogged my pores. But when used alone it doesn't. Sigh. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by wqihui View Post
    Drop by and check with you ladies...

    I went to few Watson but they never carry coppertone sunblock.

    They stop bringing into Singapore?

    Chiaberry, any other sunblock that is cheap and stable to use it in afternoon hot sun for beach, cycling and swimming (water proof) because my coppertone going to done soon...

    Bioderma or LRP or Avene sunscreens (spray) it's consider quite expensive.
    You can consider the Solait SPF50 (sensitive skin) in white bottle sold at Watsons. Check that it's water proof (I think it is). It is a bit sticky when you first apply but gets less sticky after it is absorbed into the skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piglet1601 View Post
    Ok. Is the LRP one that you are mentioning is UVIDEA XL (in tube form) which comes in non-tinted, tinted and bb cream version? Is this compatible with all makeup containing spf? I was using the ettusais bb cream with KOSE Sekkisei sunblock and found that it clogged my pores. But when used alone it doesn't. Sigh. . .
    Yes that's the UVIDEA. They are compatible with SPF make up. Unfortunately the finish can be shiny but since you are wearing make up over it, should be less obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiaberry View Post
    Yes that's the UVIDEA. They are compatible with SPF make up. Unfortunately the finish can be shiny but since you are wearing make up over it, should be less obvious.
    Thanks for your help, chiaberry.

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    Hi ladies,

    where can I buy Hada Labo sunscreen? I went to a few Watsons & Guardian pharmacies but could not find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lala88 View Post
    Hi ladies,

    where can I buy Hada Labo sunscreen? I went to a few Watsons & Guardian pharmacies but could not find.
    It's the POWER of the internet. I think it's been bought up by forum members who were aiming for light watery texture sunscreen, made in Japan with no alcohol and is compatible with SPF make up. If anybody knows of any other sunscreen which fulfills those criteria, please share with all of us here.

    ***forgot to add: I am not sure if it is water-proof or not. It may not be. So please don't use it for sports, swimming and if you are prone to sweating.

    It should normally be available in Watsons. Please all support this ss if you wish for them to continue bringing it in. If you don't support, then they will discontinue (e.g. Coppertone Sensitive).
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    does the hada labo sunscreen dry matt n suitable to use as makeup base?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinky_girli_me View Post
    does the hada labo sunscreen dry matt n suitable to use as makeup base?
    All Japanese sunscreens are suitable for use as make up base. However note that the same ingredients that make it suitable for make up base could also clog your pores. It's down to your luck.

    The Hada Labo sunscreen dries like the usual type of Japanese sunscreen (eg Biore, Sunplay). Quite matt.

    You need approx 3 good layers for achieving the 1/4 tsp amount needed. Plus a little extra around the areas prone to pigmentation (eg cheeks).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lala88 View Post
    Hi ladies,

    where can I buy Hada Labo sunscreen? I went to a few Watsons & Guardian pharmacies but could not find.
    Try posting on the Hada Labo thread. Got people from Hada Labo watching that thread.

    Otherwise try Adambeauty. A cotter purchased from there before it got brought in here.
    adambeauty

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    It's not that difficult to find. You just have to search around. There were 2 bottles in my nearest Watson's this evening. But my place not really accessible by MRT. Adambeauty is OK for purchasing. They have the newer (2012) version which is also supposedly has some "whitening" effect.

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