La Mer symbolises peak skincare luxury, which makes the opening of its first flagship boutique in Singapore at an address like Marina Bay Sands particularly appropriate.

Owned by the Estée Lauder Group since 1995, La Mer has been a favourite skincare label, especially for those in need of an anti-ageing arsenal, because its products employ fermented ingredients, sourced from the sea, to rejuvenate and enrich the skin.

All of La Mer’s signature products find homes in the pioneering flagship — a 375 square feet space that is dressed in the gold, cream and forest green hues signature to the brand. To reflect the sea that forms the bedrock of the brand’s formulations, the boutique also has marble floors, hinting to the waves that break the water.

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The store. (Photo credit: La Mer)

Apart from skincare, La Mer also has a dedicated selection of makeup, all designed to enhance one’s complexion. The Skincolor de La Mer selection includes a foundation, concealer, powder and brushes, all showcased via a consultation area in the Marina Bay Sands flagship. There, guests can come and seek the help of an expert to find their perfect colour match.

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The Skincolor consultation area. (Photo credit: La Mer)

A private facial cabin completes the offerings of the La Mer boutique, with five treatments available, including a 75-minute Miracle Broth facial, which harnesses the core ingredient of every La Mer product to pamper and fortify your face for the entirety of the treatment duration.

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The facial cabin. (Photo credit: La Mer)

More than just a retail destination, La Mer’s brick-and-mortar presence in Singapore is a site of utter indulgence.

La Mer Marina Bay Sands
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#01-21 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 238801
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