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2019/09/26 - 2019/10/16 26 (Thur) Sep – 16 (Wed) Oct 2019
@LOG-ON Times Square, Harbour City, Festival Walk, apm, iSQUARE, Langham Place, Tai Po Mega Mall, New Town Plaza, PopCorn, Cityplaza, Metroplaza and LAB Concept stores

4 (Fri) – 14 (Tue) Oct 2019
@Times Square Atrium
Autumn is coming and it’s time to review your skincare products. LOG-ON has prepared a series of Japanese skincare products to get your skin hydrated this autumn and winter.
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Taste the atmosphere of Okinawa
 
The Vecua Honey clay mask is an Okinawan clay mask for the whole body. It perfectly retains moisture and firmness for brighter skin, even in dry conditions.
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The Greatest Sabrino Mask
 
Saborino Morning Masks has launched its premium series.
 
This premium mask features a rich, milky serum and luxury fruit extracts. The white strawberry morning mask include extracts from white strawberries. The green mikan (Japanese tangerine) mask includes a blend of fresh citrus extracts including a generous amount of green mikan from Saga Prefecture.
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The Star of Body Soap
 
Makanai Cosmetics are available at LOG-ON for the first time. Makanai products are the product of more than 100 years’ worth of Japanese beauty secrets, unlocked from the country’s finest harvests.
 
Its signature Hand Cream product is popular among women of all ages. This iconic product is formulated with a nourishing natural recipe that was discovered nearly 100 years ago. Makanai Exquisite Hand Cream is formulated to rehydrate hands and cuticles, leaving them feeling silky, soft and smooth without leaving a sticky or greasy residue.
 
 
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