Stars share skincare tips at pop-up event

Li Fei
Tennis player Li Na and pop singer Liu Yu share the spotlight at a SkinCeuticals exhibition and launch event at Shanghai New World Daimaru Department Store.
Li Fei
Stars share skincare tips at pop-up event
Ti Gong

Screens display ingredients to protect sensitive skin in summer.

A pop-up exhibition by SkinCeuticals, a skincare brand backed by science, opened at Shanghai New World Daimaru Department Store with the company launching its new Phyto Corrective Essence Mist. The exhibition runs through June 6.

Chinese tennis player Li Na, and Liu Yu, a member of Chinese boy group INTO1, shared their skincare tips at the event.

"The new mist can soothe and calm skin in 15 minutes, for the ones who get red, irritated skin after long time working or stay up late like me, it's quite useful," said Liu Yu.

The exhibition has three interactive areas where visitors can explore the science and techniques behind the new product.

The first is a forest of interactive screens, each displaying an ingredient that protects sensitive skin. They include Bordeaux leaves, olive leaves, rosemary and other botanical ingredients.

An analysis machine in the next area teaches visitors about the different ingredients. There's an interactive game in the third area which simulates the process of botanical extracts relieving allergic reactions on skin.

Visitors receive a sample of the new essence mist after experiencing the interactive activities.


Stars share skincare tips at pop-up event
Ti Gong

Liu Yu, a member of the Chinese boy group INTO1, shared his skincare tips at the event.

Date: Through June 6, 10am-10pm

Venue: Shanghai New World Daimaru Department Store

Address: 228 Nanjing Rd E.

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