Freeze framed Dior Addicts United are clamouring for the Freeze Attitude makeup released for an ice-queen look this winter. Said to be eagerly awaited, the limited edition 'Dior Sparkling' star palette ($315) comes complete with military identity tag packaging and in two shades - copper pearl and mauve pearl. Also part of the ice-queen collection is eye shadow ($155) in a mini, midnight blue compact. The shades of pink and 'magnetic quartz' are designed to stay on all night. The Addict Ultra-Gloss ($145) is a limited-edition gloss that creates a 'wet look', as modelled by Lizzie Jagger. Dior's Christmas collection (below) is available at Dior counters. Bee's knees There's something about the Burt's Bees packaging that reminds of grandmother's dressing-table goodies. They also smell deliciously botanical, with hints of rosemary, beeswax and aloe leaf juice. The Buttermilk Bath Soak (right, $220/ 255ml) is said to be a fast way to silky softness for people with sensitive skin. Follow-up with Buttermilk Body Lotion ($160/236ml), designed to provide rich hydration without greasiness. A face serum called Repair Serum ($330/295ml) designed to stave off fine lines and wrinkles is also available. A Burt Bees special-edition scarf is at half-price if you buy any of the products. Available at the Burt's Bees counter in Mannings, Causeway Bay. Lucky spa Spa Philosophy in Macau has introduced a traditional good-luck pomelo cleansing ritual followed by a Chinese acupressure massage to remove all blockages and promote the flow of energy. The $688, 99-minute package is available until February 28, or day trippers can buy the treatment and ferry tickets for $1,038. Spa Philosophy: 853 728 330. Hydro therapy Not content with just giving us something to quench our thirsts, the people at Evian are now selling beauty products that contain their water. The Evian Affinity range includes products for oily-combination and dry-sensitive skins such as the Micro-exfoliating Oxygenating Gel ($149.90/200ml) and Remineralising Cleansing Cream ($119.90/200ml). Available at CitySuper in Tsim Sha Tsui and SaSa in Causeway Bay. Look of La-la Land Go Hollywood this holiday season with the Smashbox Cosmetics Bright Lights of LA novelty line, introduced for Christmas. Taking centre stage are are the metallic Hollywood and Vine colour collection (from $135-$170), Beachwood blush ($205) and Las Palmas gloss ($120). Smashbox is the brainchild of Dean and Davis Factor, who also founded the Smashbox Photo Studios, and are great-grandsons of cosmetics tycoon Max Factor. Their cosmetics pedigree has made their products a favourite with the celebrity set. Available at Lane Crawford's Canton Road and Times Square stores.