Beauty News

Your Favourite K-Beauty Brand, Aprilskin, Is Now in Singapore


You no longer have to feed your addiction from online shopping sites now that Aprilskin has finally made its way onto Singapore's shores. Exclusively available at Guardian, Singapore is the brand’s first foray outside of Korea to offer the products offline.

In the past, Singaporeans can only depend on online shopping sites or their trips to Korea to get their hands on Aprilskin products. As much as online shopping is convenient, beauty fanatics will know how important it is to test the shades and try out the beauty products in person. Now that we have them on the shelves, deciding on which shade and texture to get would be so much easier.

Seoul-based natural cosmetics brand, Aprilskin, launches in Singapore exclusively at Guardian, making Singapore the first international market for the products to be sold offline. “We noticed the love for our products from Singaporean beauty communities and are very excited to strengthen the customer experience and provide easier access of our products to our Singaporean beauty fans”, said Ms Sena Kang, Executive Director of Aprilskin’s Global Business Department.

Aprilskin will introduce the best-selling Perfect Magic Snow Cream and Magic Snow Sun Stick, along with over 20 other skincare, makeup and hair products with this debut.

One of Aprilskin's bestsellers, the ‘Perfect Magic Snow Cream’, will head the launch in Singapore. It is is a moisturizing instant tone-up cream infused with Himalayan glacier milk with a light-as-snow texture that is great for the hot and humid weather of Singapore. Another popular Aprilskin product that is perfect for our tropical climate is the Magic Snow Sun Stick. It is a lightweight invisible sunscreen stick with SPF 50+ / PA +++ that leaves no trace of white cast on the face and can be conveniently reapplied over makeup whenever it is needed.

Aprilskin is available only at Guardian Jurong Point starting October 31, and will be available in more than 20 Guardian stores in Singapore by the end of 2017.