Monday, 18 May 2015

MUJI Skincare


Well this is certainly going to please a lot of my lovely readers. Especially those with sensitivity to fragrance and those of you on tight budgets. *calling all students*


MUJI, home of all beauty bloggers favourite storage, have relaunched their skincare and it shows great promise. It is fragrance, alcohol, paraben, dye and mineral oil free. Although that alone makes it attractive, the price point and sheer value of the products mean it is worth checking out for everyone, not just those mentioned.


Coming from the Far East, it advocates double cleansing, has a selection of essences and even sheet masks (YAY!).

There are three collections, Cleansing, Sensitive and High Moisture and prices start at £3.95 and go up to a whopping (she says sarcastically) £14.95 for the High Moisture Essence Lotion. Don't worry about the descriptions either, the soaps aren't 'soaps' of old, they're not loaded with SLS.
The Moisturising Essence for Eye Contour - second tube from the left in the picture above is worth checking out at £10.95 for 30ml.

I've added various items from the High Moisture range to my shelves and will report back but in the meantime, at these prices and sizes, it's worth checking out for yourself right now.

Your only immediate challenge is that it is exclusive to Selfridges for 3 months.

25 comments:

  1. I can't find it online on selfridges. When is it out?

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  2. This is fantastic news!!! Only con is that the shipping prices in my country are ridiculous so I have to wait for a trip to the mainland ;)

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  3. Consider me pleased!
    Avail in store only perhaps?

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  4. My nearest selfridges is an hour away, and its not an easy arrangement with two young kids. Can't wait for your feedback. Xx

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  5. Do you have a post about nighttime treatments? I am looking for some new ones to try.
    Love your blog!

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  6. Finally something I can walk into my nearest Muji and BUY !!! (HK)

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  7. This is great news. I saw / tried some of this in Japan last year - they had a lovely toning mist there which smelled amazing. Not sure if that's in selfridges but will go look. They also have a good all natural cleansing oil as well.

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  8. Selfridges London only or also Manchester? Definitely need to check them out ASAP :)

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  9. *Grumble, grumble* parabens and mineral oil are safe in the amounts used and very good at what they do, BUT if these MUJI products are gentle and effective and cheap then yay, that's fantastic. I'm a big fan of effective, gentle and cheap cleansing oils, creams and lotions because I go through so much of the stuff.

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  10. Wow I didn't realise that Muji would be bringing out skincare here too. x

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  11. I wonder how well the cleansing cream works. I'll be in London next month and Selfridges will be a bus ride away, so this might be good to bring back if it has good reviews.

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  12. Actually, would anyone know the ph of the cleanser?

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  13. I'll be interested in what you think of the high moisture stuff, my skin is really dry at the moment, as in dryer than usual!

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  14. So those of us in the States are out of luck?

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    1. These products are available on the muji.us site.

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  15. I might be totally wrong, but was this also around 4 years ago?

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    1. Yes. It was but for some reason disappeared from UK shelves. MUJI in Japan actually has lots of products that never feature outside of Japan including cute houseplants and lots of food items including amazing white chocolate strawberries! When I went to a Japanese MUJI store I was blown away. I bought some lovely rose flavoured lip balm there (which again isn't available over here). The skin products looked very tempting but I'd just splurged on Astalift!

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  16. Why my comment was not added? :/

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  17. Highly highly recommend its cleansing oil!!!

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  18. Excellent news! Many thanks for the update lady!

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  19. I bought a few of these in Selfridges in London today to try out.
    The sizes are really generous for the price, the moisturisers in the sensitive range are 200ml.

    The other great news is that a lot of the range is available in travel sizes, which are still generous with 50ml moisturisers for £1.95

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  20. Thanks to this post I gave the Muji Cleansing Oil a go and really like it, a great cheap alternative! There's a review over on my blog for anyone interested.
    https://travelsofabeautyaddict.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/muji-cleanser/

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  21. I tried the face soap for sensitive skin and it was terrible - stung my eyelids, lips and the area around my nose. Also left my combination skin feeling extremely dry and stripped! What a disappointment.

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