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Japanese facial brand

Postby blues_bleu » Fri, 01 Sep 2006 11:33 am

hey everyone ,

i have seen that there are lotzzzz of brands in the market that claim to be good and cheap. but does it really work???

but lately this 2 brand has came to my attention.

fancel house and shop haba.

has anyone used these before?? any comment about these brand??
i guess these are japanese made brand and they seem to be better than those we often see in the shelves off the supermarket....

thanks in advance!!!

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Haba Shampoo

Postby franchy » Fri, 01 Sep 2006 11:48 pm

They have an odorless shampoo which my husband likes very much. His hair suffers here in the weather and since he started using Haba, he claims that his hairloss is almost down to normal (in Europe).

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Re: Haba Shampoo

Postby blues_bleu » Sat, 02 Sep 2006 12:03 am

franchy wrote:They have an odorless shampoo which my husband likes very much. His hair suffers here in the weather and since he started using Haba, he claims that his hairloss is almost down to normal (in Europe).


wow......i think that the lavander shampoo right!!

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Postby leenaaaa » Sun, 03 Sep 2006 9:01 pm

yea wonder if these cheap jap skin care products actually work!

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Postby franchy » Sun, 03 Sep 2006 10:08 pm

[quote="leenaaaa"]yea wonder if these cheap jap skin care products actually work![/quote]

75$ for a shampoo is Cheap ??

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Postby blues_bleu » Mon, 04 Sep 2006 1:37 am

franchy wrote:
leenaaaa wrote:yea wonder if these cheap jap skin care products actually work!


75$ for a shampoo is Cheap ??


hey so how long have your husband been using those shampoo??
and where did you purchase it??

thanks!!

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Postby franchy » Mon, 04 Sep 2006 1:53 am

He's been using it for about 6 month, bought in the basement of Taka, not far from Zara.

But if you are looking for something that really works for the hair, the best thing I ever came across is the pure Deadsea mud, which could be used as hair mask. Its very rare to find it in Asia and I just found out (from this forum) that its sold in Suntec in a stall not far from SK jewelry shop.

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Postby blues_bleu » Mon, 04 Sep 2006 8:32 am

franchy wrote:He's been using it for about 6 month, bought in the basement of Taka, not far from Zara.

But if you are looking for something that really works for the hair, the best thing I ever came across is the pure Deadsea mud, which could be used as hair mask. Its very rare to find it in Asia and I just found out (from this forum) that its sold in Suntec in a stall not far from SK jewelry shop.


hey, so the shampoo comes in a bottle or packet form?

and also the pure deadsea mud? how does it work?
i have never heard of this before??

thanks!!!!
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Postby franchy » Mon, 04 Sep 2006 1:15 pm

The Mud comes directly from the bottom of the Deadsea and its soaked with minerals. Its completely natural, and its used as a body mask and hair mask.

Normally you should warm it up a bit and apply it and wait about 20 minutes until its dry, then wash it off. It could be done once a week or too, and the effect is quiet amazing, better than any other chemical cosmetic product I ever tried.

I found this in the web site of one of the brands:

"Black Mud extracted from the mineral-rich Dead Sea, is 100% natural. It is one of the best therapeutic and beautifying sources in the world for use as a body mask. A unique product, absorbs dirt and oils and cleanses the skin while stimulating it and nourishing it with minerals at the same time. It rejuvenates the skin and leaves it revitalized, soft and supple. Relieves pain in muscles and joints and releases the body from stress and tension. Leaves your body feeling invigorated and refreshed.
Recommended also as a hair mask to strengthen roots (for oily hair) and cleanse the scalp of oils and dandruff"

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Postby Julia van Gend » Wed, 06 Sep 2006 10:01 am

I have been using Fancl House facial skincare products for about 2 years now and am so happy with it that I will continue using it. My skin has improved a lot in terms of clarity, tone, softness and it is less prone to having spots. Their products are also preservative free which is why they come in small bottles. I believe the price list is available on their website.

Hope this helps.


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