Body Shop's new Love Etc ... scent (above, HK$299/50ml) caused a stir in Britain when blind testing revealed hundreds favoured this fragrance. The perfume - a fresh, youthful blend of vanilla, jasmine and sandalwood - and its body wash and lotion have been a boon for the eco-friendly brand. It comes in a recyclable glass bottle, inside a box created from Forest Stewardship Council material. Available from Friday at all Body Shop stores. Philip B's Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo (HK$1,350/355ml) is said to transform dull, dry hair with a single use. It contains concentrated L-amino acids to repair hair at a cellular level, and botanical extracts and vitamins. Its key ingredient is amber oil, which was 'treasured' during the Romanov dynasty, the brand says. It's pricey, but does add volume to hair. From Lane Crawford Times Square and Causeway Bay, and Joyce Beauty. Chanel's Correcteur Perfection concealer (right, HK$245) comes in three shades and has a creamy texture that's great for winter's drier air. It covers redness and dark circles and a little goes a long way. From all Chanel counters. Dolce & Gabbana's Rose the One fragrance (HK$460/30ml, HK$670/50ml for the EDP spray) is a blend of pink grapefruit, mandarin and cassis with peony, lily, lychee and Bulgarian rose. Perfect for women who shy away from sweet, sugary perfumes. From Harvey Nichols, The Landmark, Central. Toni & Guy's Refreshing Dry Shampoo (above, HK$88/200ml) offers people on the go the look of freshly washed hair. You can use it to restyle in the office before going out; it gives volume without being sticky. Dubbed the 'hangover cure for your hair' it is certain to be a favourite among busy Hongkongers. From all Mannings stores. Euoko's Y-42 Fractional Neck Lift Concentrate (below, HK$4,285/50ml) is said to combat signs of ageing in the neck and decollete areas, including sagging, surface irregularities and horizontal wrinkles. They say it contains iron rose crystals 'discovered on Mars'. The price is certainly far out. From Joyce Beauty.