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Beauty News Of The Week: Libre-Scented Hand Cream By YSL, Order Your Chanel Products Online & More

The 411 in the beauty world right now.
YSL Beaute drops a new hand cream with a familiar scent
That scent in question is the iconic Libre fragrance which is known for its sensual notes of orange blossom flowers. That fragrance is now infused into a hand cream ($60) and is available on,, and through YSL Beaute phone delivery service. If you’re looking for an extra hydrating cream for your dried up hands, this product will be a saviour thanks to its generous mix of shea butter, glycerin and a cocktail of nourishing oils like almond and oleic oils, but without leaving that icky greasy feeling. Chanel introduces an e-concierge and home delivery service
Good news for fans of the French beauty brand: you can now restock and shop for your favourite beauty products from Chanel like the No. 5 perfume and Chanel Hydra range despite the mandated closure of its beauty stores and counters. The maison has unveiled an e-concierge service that allows products to be sent directly to your doorstep. Customers simply need to fill up a request form, after which, a beauty advisor will get in touch with you for a follow-up via a text or a phone call. This one-to-one service is available every Monday to Friday from noon to 8pm, and deliveries will take between three and five working days. Armani Beauty has a new range of lippies that promises an ultimate shine finish
Known as Ecstacy Mirror, the lip lacquer collection comes in 10 new shades ($57 each) and is somewhat of a hybrid: each stick features an intense, vibrant colour payoff comparable to that any pigmented lippie but boasts a finish of a high-shine, reflective gloss. To achieve such an effect, ethylcellulose is infused in the formulation to give puckers a light-reflecting film for a glassy finish. Additionally, the soft, pointed applicator allows for precision and ease of use. The new series is now available on, and through the brand’s phone delivery service (tel: 8940-1372). Laneige wants you to live life to the fullest
The Korean beauty brand has always been known to launch an annual campaign spotlighting its hero range – the Water Bank Series. This year’s campaign focuses on encouraging young women to pursue life to its fullest with joy, passion and curiosity by challenging themselves to celebrate the little moments and breaking out from their everyday routines. Known as #ThirstForLife, the campaign sees the launch of a limited-edition collection featuring ts Water Bank Hydro Essence ($60), Water Bank Hydro Cream ($52), Water Bank Sherbet Cream ($52) and Water Bank Eye Gel ($49), which come dressed in a pastel packaging. Kiehl’s goes digital
The beauty industry continues to adapt to the disruption brought about by the coronavirus, what with many brands launching telecommunication services as well as online services. The latest brand to follow suit is Kiehl’s. Customers can now shop for its products by simply dropping a WhatsApp text (tel: 8940-1359) with their orders. A customer service representative will reply with an e-mail and payment link and once that’s settled, the order will be processed for delivery. The service only accepts Visa and Mastercard and delivery takes about six days. Delivery charges will be waived off for spending above $150, otherwise, a $5 fee will be imposed.