Shilla exclusively unveils My Clarins skincare line in Asian duty free stores

By Andrew Pentol |

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The My Clarins vegan-friendly range comprises nine products.

The Shilla Duty Free has introduced the vegan-friendly My Clarins skincare line at its stores in South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong while stocks last.

My Clarins is a new generation of skincare products and Shilla is the exclusive retailer in Asia Pacific travel retail. Comprising nine products, Shilla says the range is focused on attaining the five dimensions of healthy skin. These are radiant and luminous skin, glowing complexion, hydrated, smooth and plump skin.

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The range itself includes the Re-Boost Refreshing Hydrating Cream ($27), which boosts the skin’s energy and hydration, Re-Boost Comforting Hydrating Cream ($27), which quenches dry skin and relieves redness and tightness and Re-Boost Matifying Hydrating Cream ($27). This keeps skin shine-free and hydrated.

Ideal for sensitive skin, the Re-Move Micellar Cleansing Milk ($19) is a lightweight cleanser that combines water and micelles to leave the skin clean and clear, while the Re-Move Purifying Cleansing Gel ($19) transforms into a silky lather once applied and removes all traces of make-up, pollutants and dead skin cells.

Described as a perfect pick-me-up, the Re-Fresh Hydrating Beauty Mist ($22) is a floral-fruit facial mist that moisturises and revitalises tired skin on-the-go and the Re-Charge Relaxing Sleep Mask ($28) purifies and hydrates the skin.

The final two products are the Pore-Less Blue and Matte Stick ($19), which promises to leave skin with a smooth and matte finish and the Clear-Out Targets Imperfections ($19) which is a cooling gel formula that reduces inflammation and redness.

All products are cruelty-free, and eco-friendly with pink and celadon green packaging. This is made from recycled material sourced from sustainably managed forest.

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The Shilla Duty Free has introduced the My Clarins skincare line at its stores in South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong while stocks last.

Alexandre Callens, Travel Retail Asia Pacific, General Manager of Clarins said:  “We are delighted to partner with The Shilla Duty Free, a digitally advanced and millennial driven partner, to bring My Clarins to young discerning travellers. My Clarins is a significant milestone, further reinforcing the presence of Clarins in the uncharted territory of clean beauty while widening our extensive beauty repertoire.

“As young consumers become increasingly sophisticated and discerning in their skincare regime, our vegan-friendly and dermatologist-tested skincare solution is set to be a huge step forward in terms of sustainability and consumer-centricity.”

Alexandre Callens, Travel Retail Asia Pacific General Manager of Clarins added: “Priding ourselves in offering something for every woman at every stage of her life, My Clarins perfectly exemplifies Clarins’ values in respecting the environment, while selecting only the best nature has to offer.”

Young Hoon Kim, Executive Vice President, The Shilla Duty Free says the retailer is proud to partner Clarins, which understands and caters to the needs of modern customers who are on the lookout for quality and eco-conscious beauty products.

He remarked: “We believe that our younger customers will be delighted to find the My Clarins skincare range accessible and relatable to them, as its wide selection covers different needs for a fuss-free skincare routine during their travels.”

 

 

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