THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING!
I’m sure you’ve noticed this but in case you didn’t, pharmacies here in Australia has two different sections for the fancy-smelling body products and for the, erm, rather boring-looking ones. You’ll be hard-pressed to find Cetaphil stocked next to Dove or Palmolive. Brands like Cetaphil, Alpha Keri, Dermaveen, etc are usually on a separate shelf to indicate that their products are meant for sensitive skin compared to commercial brands like Dove, Palmolive, etc. Having said that, boring-looking doesn’t automatically mean that the products are sub-standard. In fact, if you do have sensitive skin, these are great brands that you should go for because they’re specially-formulated for sensitive skin.
I recently had the opportunity to try out products from Alpha Keri and I must say, I’m a convert. In fact, I may actually switch from my favourite Cetaphil to Alpha Keri because the latter has a wider range of products and they’re great for dry and sensitive skin too. I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but Alpha Keri recently had a relaunch of their products and design. Well well, boring-looking products no more, I say, because they actually look as well as they perform now. I particularly like their Skin Hydrating Body Wash, the Anti-Cellulite Sugar Body Scrub and the Skin Moisture Boost Lotion. They’re fragrance-free and gentle on the skin. Typical me, I’m skeptical about the Anti-Cellulite bit, but as a body exfoliator, it does a great job.
Anyway, on with the good news!
Beautyholics Anonymous has teamed up with the people Alpha Keri to give one lucky BA reader a chance to try out their products!
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