SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 2 October 2018 - Homegrown skincare specialist Ashleigh Ivory has started rolling out its limited-edition Black Diamond Beauty Roller, a special lightweight facial device that helps fight ageing.
The custom-designed new roller, master crafted by Japanese artisans, features the unique high-quality terahertz ore which emits terahertz waves that improve the skin and allow skincare serums to penetrate deeply into the skin.
Complementing the roller is a 100% natural and chemical-free Fuji Shiitake Age-Defying Serum, specially-formulated by Ashleigh Ivory's team of skincare experts. The serum contains Fuji Shiitake mushroom -- a natural antioxidant 'miracle' ingredient which contains eight essential amino acids, vitamin C, and Kojic Acid. The serum is beneficial in brightening and firming up the skin, reducing acne scars, and lightens skin pigmentations.
Describing the effectiveness of the products, Ms Cassiopea Yap, Ashleigh Ivory's Founder and Managing Director, said: "The Black Diamond Beauty Roller goes beyond what defines conventional facial skincare today."
"We have invested research, attention and effort to source for exceptional materials and synergise them with our unique natural serum to create this age-defying solution."
The Black Diamond Beauty Roller and the Fuji Shiitake serum are game changers in the beauty market as the roller is a versatile and effective applicator. When soaked in warm water and rolled over the face, the beauty roller opens pores and promotes blood circulation, while rolling the beauty roller immersed in cold water will close pores and tighten the skin.
The roller can also be used to treat fatigue, reduce puffiness around the eyes, clear facial lymph nodes blockages, and smooth out any fine lines on the skin. These applications are possible through Ashleigh Ivory's use of terahertz ore.
In conjunction with the unveiling of the Black Diamond Beauty Roller in Singapore, the company is holding its 'Beauty In-and-Out' showcase events at the Far East Plaza Concourse at Scotts Road on 28 October and 25 November 2018.
For more information, visit www.ashleighivory.com
Authors: Media Outreach