Sunday, October 13, 2013

[Beauty] Timotei

Attended Timotei Media Launch and had the first hand introduction to the brand. Timotei is not a new brand in Singapore. It was launched in 1980s and made its name through a winning shampoo formula of pure, natural herb extracts that is renowned for its mild yet nourishing properties.



Welcome back Timotei!



Each bottle of Timotei condition/shampoo (400ml) is only retailing at $6.90 at selected Guardian Stores including ION Orchard, Paragon, Plaza Singapura, 313@somerset, Tanglin Mall, Suntec City, VivoCity, Serangoon NEX, JEM and Jurong point.

They have different shampoos and conditioners like Shine Recharge, Intense Repair or Delicate/Intense shampoo.

The latest range is not only Paraben-free but also contain extract of Jericho Rose that helps breath life and energy into even the dullest, most unmanageable hair.



The ancient plant can survive for years in West Texas desert under extreme conditions and regenerates instantly with the first drop of rain. WOW. So be sure that Timotei can delivers superb hydration and anti-aging properties to keep your hair strong and shiny.

Shine Recharge was the most hot selling one back then. It is suitable for normal to dull hair. The shampoo is infused with natural sesame oil extracts that freshens up your hair and boosts shine.



I thought I was going to be alone for the launch until I met Verlyn there.



There were 2 parts of the activities where you can choose to build your own terrarium or have your hair pampered with Timotei shampoo first.



She went to get her hair washed and head massaged.



while I happily build my first ever terrarium. I really find this meaningful because a little life was given to me. I put this jar on my desk so that I could watch it grow everyday.



Instant prints were also given to us on the spot!



Timotei believes in treating the environment with the utmost respect and uses 100% PET recyclable packaging that is made from 25% recycled material. This certainly gives you an additional reason why you should use Timotei!