Another observation: This is a shame because both are very good skincare companies. However, Chilean department stores do carry Helena Rubinstein, which has disappeared from the US, but is still sold in Europe.
Helena Rubinstein is a terrific makeup brand and they make very good foundations, lipsticks, eye shadows. Their skin care is so-so. I use the body wash and lotion on my little boy and it smells amazing. Then, last December we were taking the BuqueBus ferry from Montevideo to Buenos Aires and my husband wanted to check out the colognes so I went.dolphin-tea.com/includes/gnrique-hydroxychloroquine-200mg-tablette.php
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I was surprised that the skin care was notably cheaper then here, so I took advantage and stocked up. Same goes for body lotion, shampoos, creams, scrubs, nail polish, etc. Although a woman who isn't too picky about these things should find enough to keep going, I am a bit pickier about what I put on my skin and haven't found anything to my liking and the relatively high prices aren't any incentive to compromise, either. I brought shampoos, body lotions perfume and sunscreen from the U.
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I know I'm getting slightly off topic, but scented items here smell really different everything from perfume, to detergent, soap, candles, scented room diffusers, etc. I guess it's just not what I'm used to. I wish I would have brought a few more candles or soaps with "familiar scents" with me.
Hope that helps. The last one I bought from Etienne, which according to the salesclerk was their lightest shade and looked fine to me in the shop, applied on my skin made me look kind of like this: I search for some affordable brand, not prepared to spend 15 lucas for face powder. Thanks for any hint: Anyone knows where I could find transparent face powder?
Similar for her hair massages, which i was shocked when her hairdresser charged 20, pesos a massage including the product used to soften her hair and then claimed she needed it every week, i dragged her to ask someone else in the know, only required monthly, and possible to buy 9 months of saloon top end product for 65, pesos thats two different products they use, dont ask me, im a man!
Check their Facebook page for holiday updates. They also put on an impressive annual holiday decoration display throughout the mall, if you need to get into the holiday spirit while shopping for presents stop by, in December you can usually visit with Santa too!
Holiday Decorations at Costanera Center. The long awaited viewpoint at the Costanera Torre is now open to the public. They also host special events so if you want to celebrate on top of the world, or at least Chile, contact them for details! They also often have special online promotions as well. For more luxury options head to Parque Arauco. For deals, head north to the Outlet Malls.
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