What’s in Your Beauty Bag with The Spa at Mandarin Oriental's Melissa Chung

Melissa Chung, director of spa and wellness at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Taipei (Taiwan), shares some of her personal faves.

Révérence de Bastien Unguent For Nails and Cuticles (www.reverencedebastien.fr)
“As I meet guests daily and am constantly shaking their hands, I ensure that my nails are maintained with the help of my favorite cuticle softener.”

Aromatherapy Associates Support Breathe Essence and De-Stress Frankincense Pure Essential Oil (www.aromatherapyassociates.com)
“Due to the humidity in Taipei, I use each on my skin and to inhale when I feel the air is too dry.”

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Biologique Recherche L’Eauxygenante Face Mist and BioKiss Lip Balm (www.biologique-recherche.com)
“Made with composed edelweiss extract, the mist has potent anti-oxidant properties combined with the Biologique Oxygenating Complex.”


Ikoo Brush (www.ikoo-brush.co.uk)
“Last but definitely not least, I carry around my Ikoo hair brush to keep my hair in place.”

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