K-beauty fans will be pleased to know that Mamonde, the South Korean beauty brand best known for its use of flowers in its approach to beauty, has finally launched its products in Singapore!

Previously, you can only find Mamonde stores in Malaysia and Thailand within Southeast Asia.

Watch ambassador Park Shin Hye say hi to Singapore fans:

Available online now on Lazada, Mamonde has also revealed that their physical store will be available some time in June, but are keeping its location a secret for now. Follow Daily Vanity – we will share with you about it as soon as we get news on it!

Mamonde products are all formulated from flowers cultivated in the Mamonde Garden in Osan, South Korea, where a team of top flower botanists study the various benefits of flora in order to develop Mamonde’s range of products. Some of the flowers that the brand uses in its products include hibiscus, camellia, magnolia, honeysuckle and lotus.

What to buy from Mamonde?

You’ll be able to find a wide range of skincare and makeup products in Mamonde Singapore, so we’re sure you’ll be spoilt for choice. If you’re new to the brand, here are our recommendations:

1. Mamonde First Energy Essence

This is the star product of Mamonde, and it’s impossible to talk about the brand without talking about this product. A boosting essence designed to use right after cleansing, as the first step of your skincare routine, this product is made by fermenting all parts of the honeysuckle flower. You’ll find that it boosts the efficacy of other skincare products, and improve your skin’s resilience, moisture, and luminosity. It retails at SGD42. Get it here.

Best for: Combination or oily skin. If you have dry skin, consider the First Energy Serum.

2. Mamonde Moisture Ceramide Light Cream

This moisturiser contains hibiscus extract and ceramide technology, and together helps restore damaged skin’s barrier, revitalise and fills gaps between dead skin cells. It retails at SGD42. Get it here.

Best for: Normal skin and dehydrated skin. But if you’re looking for something that feels thicker and more nourishing because you have very dry skin, try the Moisture Ceramide Intense Cream.

3. Mamonde Rose Water Toner

Another signature product by Mamonde, this is formulated with 90.89% of Bulgarian damask rose water, and helps skin stay hydrated. It retails at SGD38. Get it here.

Best for: Sensitive or dry skin

DV Tip: This is a multi-functional product that can be used in more ways than one. Transfer it into a spritzing bottle to use as a facial mist (or even a hair and body mist!) or soak your cotton pads with it and rest them on your face as a hydrating mask.

4. Mamonde Cover Powder Cushion

If you’re looking for a cushion compact that has a soft and matte finish, then you’re going to like this one from Mamonde. Formulated with peach flower extract, the Cover Powder Cushion gives a long-lasting coverage of 12 hours. Available in three shades, this cushion retails at SGD44. Get it here.

5. Mamonde Highlight Lip Tint

For a lip product with a soft matte finish that feels lightweight on the lips, try the Mamonde Highlight Lip Tint. Available in ten gorgeous shades, they help to brighten up complexion, and are pigmented enough to look great in one swipe. This retails at SGD18. Get it here.

DV Tip: Shades #2 Tonic Coral and #6 Pin Spot are Mamonde ambassador Park Shin Hye’s favourites. She has also worn #1 Pink Balloon, #6 Pin Spot, and #7 Main Title in her hit drama, Doctors.

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