Cure Natural Aqua Gel
Posted on: 4th of May 2010 | Under: Fashion & Beauty

We all want smooth, flawless skin, and sometimes getting one will cost numerous trips to the spa or a dermatologist, not to mention burn a whole deep in our pockets. That’s why I’m always on a lookout for more affordable means to clear, glowing skin.

While roaming around Watsons at the mall near our flat in Singapore, my sister and I chanced upon a product that I just had to have:

The Cure Natural Aqua Gel

Cure has been the number one best seller skincare product in Japan, with one bottle being sold every twenty seconds, for the past seven years! With that in mind, I didn’t have to think twice about bringing this baby home.

Coming in the form of a clear gel, this product “gently and effectively removes dead skin cells to regularize skin renewal and prevent skin problems.”

Made of 90% revitalized hydrogen water and natural plant extracts of aloe vera, gingko and rosemary (no alcohol, coloring, or fragrance in this product!), it’s exfoliating gel is gentle enough, even for those with sensitive skin.

Soft and smooth skin has never been this easy! With just a small amount gently massaged on dry skin in a circular motion, you can instantly see the dirt and dead cells being lifted from the surface. It’s so gentle, it doesn’t even feel that you’re exfoliating at all. I use it all over my body, from my face down to my elbows, knees and feet, and after rinsing off, the results can instantly be felt and seen!

I love the instant transformation from dull, dry skin to smooth and glowing! And with the smoothness, moisturizers and lotions are absorbed right away too.

I’ve only been using this product for over two months, but I can really see the result on my face. My pores are not as big and my skin looks more refined. For around $40+ SGD, it sure is a good buy, considering that this bottle will last me months. :)







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10 Comments to “Cure Natural Aqua Gel”

  1. shobe says:

    been meaning to try this one but i find it quite expensive hehe

    anna Reply:

    Yeah, it is quite pricey nga. But I reckon it’s really worth it. :)

  2. Maui says:

    ohhh so this is what you and carla were talking about yesterday. Looks interesting, any idea where I can get cure here?

    anna Reply:

    Hehehe, yeah! :) There are some resellers on ebay ata. Or try beautyandminerals.com …but they’re more expensive here, of course. I can buy for you in Singapore if you want. :)

  3. ate janz says:

    this sure does beat numerous trips to the spa. (then again, i’d like to try going to spa. believe it or not, i’ve never been. hahaha…) just simple and easy steps of cleansing. i like how it looks lightweight and easy to rinse. some cleansers seem quite gunky with leftover residue. this looks like it washes off well. :)

    oh yeah, if you liked my necklace, i like your bracelet. hehe… i noticed it on the first pic of your hand. hehe… very cute and sparkly. :) and yes, getting dolled up from time to time is fun. even without much of a nightlife, it’s still fun to get prettied up during the day. :D we are girlie-girls after all. hehe… :D

    anna Reply:

    Yeah, this targets the dead skin cells, and makes sure to lift them from the surface of the skin. :) Oh, and I wasn’t wearing a bracelet in the photo. That’s my watch. :) Hehe!

  4. SassyGirl says:

    I’m definitely bookmarking this and buying it when I get to Singapore! Where can I buy it?

    anna Reply:

    It’s available in most Watsons in Singpaore. :)

  5. Maria Celina says:

    Around SGD 40.00 is not that bad for a product that carries out that purpose, considering that a lot of other products that do the same thing can approach the three digits.

    There’s a Watsons here in Jakarta. I might as well take a look and see if it’s available here. The product sounds good for sensitive skin, which I have.

    anna Reply:

    Yeah, it was definitely money worth spent. :) They don’t sell them in Watsons here in Manila. I hope it’s available there in Jakarta. :)