To mark the country's Golden Jubilee, these beauty brands are offering giveaways, discounts and limited-edition products.
If Singapore were a perfume, what would it smell like?
Sephora has launched a Singapore-inspired eau de parfum, Little Red Love Singapore.
The citrusy and powdery floral perfume is blended with accords of the Singapore orchid Vanda Miss Joaquim, tea, mint, white rice, osmanthus, citrus, plum blossom, musk, resin, sandalwood and cashmere wood.
Concocted by French perfumer Alexandre Freile, who spent eight years living here while working for the local arm of Swiss fragrance and flavours manufacturer Firmenich, the perfume is sold exclusively at Sephora Ion for $88.
Free Make-up Remover
French beauty brand Yves Rocher will be giving away 3,000 pieces of the Pur Bleuet Express Eye Make-up Remover, worth $10 each, to Life readers.
Made with cornflower, which is known for its soothing and astringent properties, the make-up remover gets rid of stubborn eyeliner and mascara. The product is a bestseller - 2.5 million bottles are reportedly sold every year.
To redeem a free 125ml bottle of Pur Bleuet, SMS 9765-9372 with your full name and e-mail address by Monday.
Instructions on how to collect the product will be sent via SMS.
Those born in 1965 or earlier will also enjoy a 50 per cent discount storewide at Yves Rocher stores at Westgate, Takashimaya Shopping Centre and BHG Bugis. The promotion ends on Aug 12. Do note that your contact details will be used by Yves Rocher for future marketing purposes.
Home Spa Set
Home-grown home spa label Javaglow is giving away 50 home spa sets worth $30 each.
The set contains a sachet of coffee scrub (30g), a bottle of shower oil (15ml) and a bottle of body lotion (10ml). The scrub - blended with ground organic coffee, Himalayan pink salt, coconut oil, jojoba oil, sunflower oil, grapeseed oil and olive oil - can be used on the scalp, face and body.
Go to Javaglow.com and fill in your contact details under the "Contact" tab. Then redeem the scrub at Color Bar, 02-13 Claymore Connect, while stocks last.
This article was first published on August 6, 2015. Get a copy of The Straits Times or go to straitstimes.com for more stories.