i've used ur membership no as referral at the branch in century sq... thanks for ur help! decided to go there cos it's more convenient for me... i quite like the trial so took up the package. now i'm a FOLD member myself
i took up the package for the ultr-sensitive skin. it has 6 + 1 sessions. (u pay for 6 and the 7th comes free). the price of the package depends on ur facial program... u can check out the prices at their website..u can get discounts of i tink 15/20% if u quote a membership no..
i tink they do have installment plans, not too sure....they did offer whether i want to pay 1/2 of the package price first then pay the rest later...
has anyone wondered y most of us r recommended the Ultrasensitive facial only? seems v weird to me as i believe that everyone shld have diff type of skin rite? I have also been recommended the same facial even though i have been told many times by different shops that my skin is not really sensitive
I was recommended two types of facials - skin brightening and ultra sensitive. Personally i like both but i like the Instant Anti-Fine Wrinkles Treatment most because i felt very comfortable after that facial. A bit ex so i still prefer skin brightening.
think most of us r recommended the ultra-sensitive facial, some coupled with other types of facial but i think they like to recommend this cos of the price and cos its the 'safest' facial for any types of skin? even my normal skin friends r recommended the same type too....funny
I went to another facial place with dermalogical packages and they also recommend me Skin Brightening and Ultra-Sensitive, same as what LD used to recommend me. dunno is it becos these are the cheapest in the range..
Ultra-sensitive is not the most expensive one...I am taking the instance anti-fine wrinkles which cost $190 per session...so long as your skin gets red easily eg rubbing gently on your skin cause tinge of redness, your skin is considered sensitive.
so how do u tink the effect for instant anti-fine wrinkles treatment? so far i have done 2 sessions only...so dun really see the effect or maybe i can't feel it myself. But i agree that i feel nice after the treatment...and yes its quite costly. May be taking up a lower cost treatment after the program ends. Tinkin of taking the skin brightening one...how do u tink? Do u use their products too?
My first package with them was skin brightening facial, I like it very much due to the hands massage that come with it. Then i took on the ultra-sensitive package which i find quite good as my skin can be sensitive sometimes. Finally, i tried their instant anti-fine wrinkles treatment which i immediately hooked on to it. I feel great after every treatment and can see the difference. But then.....a bit expensive so i would still switch back to either skin brightening or ultra-sensitive treatment the next round.
yup! Have been using their products ever since i start my facial with them. Loved their products especially masks!
They have a few types of treatment under skin brightening..which one have you taken? I may change to skin brightening treatment once my anti-fine one ends..too costly already...
how often do u pple go for facials?...i'm on the ultra sensitive package so the therapists recommend at least once per 10 days...wonder if there is really a necessity to go so often as it's quite ex....
The recommended is 3 weeks once. But i usually go for facial after 4 weeks. Reason unless i myself feel that my skin condition need special treatment then i go more frequent. If my face is fine, then i go once monthly. For example, there was one occasion where i have very bad rashes due to some cleansers. So i went to LD for a facial which they calm my skin. Then after 1 week, i went back for another facial again.
So depend on yourself unless you are not sure about your own skin condition then you may want to listen to the therapist.
hmm my skin is very sensitive so i guess maybe have to go more frequently like wat the therapists said, to calm the skin... i tink my skin condition is improving...though it gets itchy now and then still....
din manage to get natalie when i went for my facial. got a therapist named kelly. she's good! much better than all the other therapists i encountered at harbourfront so far. she did a very clean extraction job.
Seems like Leonard Drake is very popular.Anyone care to share with me the price they paying for a 10 session treatment???i tinking of changing a beautician already as she i charging me a premium i tink.PM me if possible...
I have signed up at LD at Plaza Sing for Ultra Sensitive treatment.
I would like to sign up another intensive whitening treatment to lighten scars and brightens the skin...ANyone has any recommendations?
No...sorry i don't have. I only can remembered their boaster price as i just bought from LD. Cost me $110. Bought from LD because to chalk up points then realised got another bottle sitting at home. Want to sell off at 25% discount but nobody interested.
if you are looking at facials, then i think LD has a type of facial called brightening skin treatment.. something like tat.. my hubby was recommended this treatment as he has scars as well.. maybe u can check with them.. if i'm not wrong, its abt 500plus for 7 sessions..
I gather from another thread that you are able to obtain dermalogica products at a cheaper price.
How do I order for that and how do I pay and collect the products?
Any idea where the products are from?
I am new to this forum but have been using dermalogica products for some time and had a package with wisma before. now i am thinking of a new package at either taka or harbourfront,
does anyone know if the one at taka is open? if yes, where is it located? any one to share their experiences at harbourfront??
The ultracalming cleanser is for sensitive skin, it could be used on its own although they recommend to be use together with another cleanser, double cleansing :> for me i only used it on certain days of the month, its quite good for me but ultimately, it reallly depends on your skin type
Thanks diamond42, I had managed to book an appointment with natalie :>