Takashimaya Embraces The Organic Life This Autumn With Their Autumn Abundance Fair

Six Senses Aromatics

CONTENT: Michelle Ng

Green is the new black when it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle. Takashimaya is shining the spotlight on the beauty of leading an organic lifestyle and the healthy habits that come with it in their Autumn Abundance fair. From now till 13 October 2021, the event spotlights more than 100 products, including some that are new and exclusive, across a diverse range of categories, such as beauty, apparel, home and food.

As shoppers are increasingly looking to lead a healthier lifestyle, they start prioritising consuming more organic and chemical-free products, whilst focusing on self-care through beauty and wellness products.

Give yourself a toning massage at home with Clarins new V Shape Facial Lift, a serum that has contouring and lifting power to sculpt, slim, and depuff your facial features. Chantecaille is another brand that prides itself on its plant-based products that only contains pure ingredients and smart science, and their Brightening Essence helps to keep your complexion bright against all the particles in the air.

Clarins V Shaping Facial Lift Eye Concentrate

Wash off the stress of the day with Clinique’s Moisture Surge 100H Auto-Replenishing Hydrator. Sold in environmentally friendly packaging, the facial soap cleanses without stripping protective lipids. You might also want to consider changing your body soap to the Soap Petals from Artisan’s Garden, which is a pot of handmade soap that comes shaped in flower petals. Each soap petal is great for a single wash, and is made with all-natural vegetable oils, butters, clays and essential oils to keep your hands nicely moisturised.

Self-care is also very important in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and it ensures peace of mind and lesser mental stress. Light up a soy candle from Clarins or turn on the diffuser with your very own essential oil blend mix from Sixth Senses Aromatics to calm your soul. Go for scents such as peppermint, a popular remedy said to have a calming effect. In need of a muscle relief? ELEEELS has a percussive massage device that will relieve back and shoulder aches.

And who can forget about Singaporeans’ favourite pasttimes – eating! Stock up on pantry treats like organic and gluten-free chocolate blends from Venchi and vegan mixed nuts from Otto over a cup of peppermint tea from Taylors of Harrogate. While you’re there, upgrade to environmentally-friendly storage options with bamboo bread bins airtight jars from Joseph Joseph.

From now till 13 October 2021, enjoy over 100 spotlighted products that advocates an organic and healthy lifestyle at Takashimaya in stores or online. Selected items will also offer attractive promotions and gifts.

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