Skins Cosmetics launches in SA

Skins Cosmetics is a Dutch beauty boutique that opened its first doors in Amsterdam in 2000. Since then, 11 more stores have been opened. In August 2017, the 13th store has opened in South Africa, Sandton City, Johannesburg on the upper level of the mall. To say its unique, is an understatement & it will blow your mind when you visit as the store is really exquisite. Take a luxury beauty journey & experience the amazing niche brands that they have on offer.

Skins Cosmetics houses popular international cult brands such as; Atelier Cologne, By Kilian, Le Labo, Comme des Garcons, Laura Mercier, rms Beauty, Christophe Robin, diptyque and a refined selection of many more market leading artisan Beauty and Cosmetic brands. Skins Cosmetics brings 65 exceptional brands to its newest store in Sandton City, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Skins’s aim is to surprise and inspire the customer, and having passionate staff with the best product knowledge and exceptional people skills, giving personal advice and superior service is of high priority.

How do I even begin at trying to describe the store to you other than it will be an amazing experience which awaits you, I suggest that you see it for yourself. I love the high ceiling & decor, the store has great space to wonder around & explore the brands with the skilled staff who are great. Scroll all the way down to see many images of the store & brands.

I am particularly excited that they carry Eve Lom a cult skincare brand with a theme is less is more. The cleanser is a true classic & Vogue famously called it “probably the best cleanser in the world”

It’s also great to have Laura Mercier make-up available at last in South Africa. She is one of the world’s leading make-up artists who believes in a flawless face. Their concealers, foundations & powers are ideal for smoothing away any flaws that you might have.

Its great news to have Molton Brown the British bath & body specialists back in South Africa.

Penhaligon’s was established in 1973 by a barber William Penhaligon an English concept of a traditional podrimonial perfumer dedicated to the creation of perfumed stories.

 

 

3 replies
  1. Kamo
    Kamo says:

    popped into the store recently. I loved how friendly and engaged the staff is. They take you down the fragrance’s history as well. A must get was the MFK satin oud as well as Amouge’s Journey… such a nice store*

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